The Oak Street Swimming Pool will open Monday, June 3. Pool hours will be 12-5 p.m. weekdays. Admission is $1.
The DeQuincy Police Association will be handing out free popsicles on opening day from 12 noon-2 p.m.
Senior citizens are invited to the pool between the hours of 9 and 10 a.m. weekdays.
The rules are as follows:
On the first day a child attends, the parents must register emergency information for safety reasons.
Any child under 10 years of age who cannot swim must be accompanied by a person over 12 years old.
Children are required to sign in and sign out of the pool each day.
No cut-off shorts or cut-off shirts are allowed.
Children must follow pool safety rules or parents will be called to take their child home.
All children including lifeguards must get out of the pool when thunder is heard or lightning is sighted. Everyone must stay out of the water 30 minutes. If more thunder or lightning is detected in that 30 minute period, the pool will close for the day. Rainchecks will be given for the first 2 1/2 hours of operation.
Pool parties may be scheduled by the Pool Supervisor. The cost is $100 cash. Extra money is required for lifeguards. Refunds will be given for rainouts only. Pool parties are for two hours.
Michael Suchanek will be the pool supervisor.