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Swim Attire Policy

All persons on the pool deck, and/or swimming in the pool, are required to wear proper swim attire. All swimwear bottoms must have a liner. All swimwear must be clean. All infants/toddlers that require diapers must wear swimmers diapers and proper swimwear. 

This policy is in place to allow for a safe and chemically balanced pool. 

Pool personnel will ask patrons to adhere to the swim attire policy or leave the pool. 

Swim attire policy poster showing allowed/not allowed swimwear with graphics and guidelines.


Clean cotton t-shirts and sarongs. Patrons on the deck MUST have on proper swim attire under these items.

Not Allowed:

Brazil/French-cut, thong style and/or revealing swim wear is prohibited. “Street clothes”, cut-off jeans, jeans, skirts, shorts, sport bras, leotards, leggings, dri-fit wear, compression shorts and compression shirts. Underwear and undergarments are not allowed to be worn under swimsuits.

Why do I have to wear proper swimwear?

1. Street clothes (especially cotton) can transport airborne and ultimately water borne contaminants into the pool.

2. Lycra and Nylon are the best non-absorbent material for swimming and are the best fabrics for proper swim attire. a. Other absorbent materials (such as cotton) can break down in the water and cause fibers to clog filters. b. Any “colored” material (unless specifically made for swimming) can bleed into the pool, effecting water chemistry and balance. This is also a reason for turbidity in pools.

3. Cotton and similar materials can absorb the chemicals in the water, causing the water to become less effective at maintaining the proper chemical balance or may cloud the water.