• What can I wear?

    All pool users must wear appropriate swim wear.  Inappropriate swim wear includes, but is not limited to:  cut off jean shorts, worn or see-through swim wear, thongs, underwear, athletic shorts, gym workout attire, and t-shirts.

  • How do I access the pool?

    The pool can only be accessed through the  locker rooms during open swim hours. Children over the age of four (4) are not allowed in the locker room of the opposite sex.

    We have a gender inclusive locker room, as well. 

  • What equipment do you have available to use?

    We have a limited number of kick boards, paddles, pull buoys, fins, water jogging belts and weights, and life jackets for patrons to use.  We also have water volleyballs and basketballs available to use.  All equipment is first come, first serve.  

  • Can I bring my own life jacket or personal flotation device to the pool?

    Personal flotation devices (PFD's) are allowed at any of the Aquatic Facilities on campus, however, it is required that any PFD's must be Coast Guard approved. This includes, but is not limited to: life jackets, water wings, noodles, inflatables etc.

  • What else can I do besides swimming laps?

    There are plenty of activities you can do besides swimming laps for fitness!  You can aqua jog, water walk, play water volleyball or basketball, or try an Aqua Fitness class. We also offer private and semi-private swim lessons that can be tailored to fit your needs. 

  • Can I bring my children and/or dependents to the pool?

    Yes, the SRC allows current members to bring guests to the facility.  View the Membership page for more information on SRC guest passes.

  • Can my child use the spa?

    Per the Washington Administrative Pool Codes, children under the age of six (6) are not allowed to use the spa.  Children are not allowed to sit or lay on the edges of the spa or dangle feet or hands in the spa.

  • Can I bring our own toys?

    You are welcome to bring personal toys to the pools, however, no PFD's are allowed unless they are Coast Guard approved.  Noodles, inflatable toys such as inner tubes, rafts, water wings, outside basketballs and volleyballs are not allowed.

  • Do I have to be in the water with my child?

    Children under the age of five (5) must be accompanied in the water by a parent/guardian and be within one arm's length away from the child. Youth, fourteen (14) and under must be accompanied by an adult in the pool or spa or on the pool deck. Youth, fifteen (15) and older may use the pool and spa without parent/guardian supervision.