The Pool will open on June 22nd.
The guidelines for pool use in covid times are listed below. These guidelines may change as the state changes or occupancy issues arise.
We will monitor the occupancy of the pool at all times and may limit the public based on the numbers. Procedures and practices may need to be adjusted when we open based on usage. Please be flexible and understand that we are all new to these restrictions and guidelines, and our only goal is to provide a safe place to swim. Failure to comply. by the facility or the patrons. may result in another complete closure for a period of time.
The pool is available for residents and current members only until the occupancy restrictions have been lifted.
Masks must be worn in line, in the lobby and in the locker room.
Public must enter from lobby doors. Wait outside if someone is still at the check-in table. The check-in person in will take your membership card the first time you come swimming and will maintain it through the summer. Current members – memberships are valid until September 30th.
We are not accepting new memberships at this time, but Orange Residents may pay per swim. Payment for non-members is made at the check-in desk. You must have cash, and an ID showing you are a resident of Orange – no credit cards.
At check-in, swimmers will receive a one hour swim pass.
All swimmers must sign the waiver, and pass health the health screening every day.
Please keep 6 feet apart in the locker rooms.
There will no more than 3 people (children with parents are counted as 1) in the locker room at a time.
You should arrive in your bathing suit, but if not, you can get changed, put all your stuff in your bag, shower and take everything to the pool deck. Showers are still required for everyone before entering the pool.
When leaving the locker rooms, all women should go to the left to get to their lane, men should go to the right. Continue to wear your mask on the deck, until you are ready to enter the water.
Please space your belonging out along the deck at 6 feet distances – follow the red tape on the benches. You may not store things in the lockers or changing stalls.
There is no equipment available to borrow at this time. You may bring your own and take it with you after your swim.
Place your one-hour swim pass at the end of your lane when you get in the pool. Guards will notify you when it is time to get out. You may stay later if there is no one waiting for your lane.
The bathroom (toilets/sinks only) will be available during your swim.
There should be no more than 3 people (adults or children) in a lane at a time (single family excepted). Do not linger at the end of the lane if you are sharing the lane. Hop out to rest.
Swim lessons, including private lessons, are not allowed for
Walking is available in lanes 7 and 8 only, but all walkers must keep moving. Standing against the wall or using the wall for exercise will not be allowed if there are any other walkers in the lane.
Lanes 2-3 will not be available for the public during camp hours,
After your swim, take your belongings and exit the facility from the lane 8 deck door.
The locker room is not available for showers and changing after swimming.
The balcony is closed at this time.
No non-swimmers allowed on the deck at this time.
The lobby is for check-in only, not a waiting area. The pool doors are for entry to the Pool Only, not HPCC. Use the building front entrance to get to the Community Center offices.
Camp will begin on 6/22. Sessions 1-3 are full.