Steps Taken by LPSC for YOUR Safety

·        A specific staff member during all club operational hours that will answer patron questions, periodically disinfect bathrooms and high touch surfaces (ladders, railings, swings) through out the day.  Look for the staff member in the yellow shirt!

·        Plexiglass barriers installed at the front desk and snack bar counter.

·        Hand Sanitizer stations in the snack bar and at the front desk.

·        Safe disinfectant available at the snack bar should a patron want to disinfect a picnic table prior to eating.  Staff members will also periodically clean tables.

·        Removal of card and board game rentals.  We still have ping pong, shuffle board and basketballs!  Equipment will be disinfected after each use.

·        Markers have been placed 6 feet apart for patrons to wait in line for the diving board and slide.


·        All patrons 3 years and older must wear a mask at entry and all patrons will have their temperature taken.  Anyone with a temperature above 100.4 ° will not be permitted to enter.

·        Patrons 12 years and older are eligible to stay at LPSC by themselves, but whoever brings them to the pool needs to wait until the child’s temperature is taken before they depart.

·        We have an extra staff member to assist the desk attendant, but should their be a line at the entrance, please maintain a 6 foot distance between your family and the family in front of you.

·        Guests in Green Phase: Limited to 4 during the week and 2 for  weekends and special events.

While at the Club

·        Masks should be worn when inside the locker room, when in line and ordering at the snack bar, or when speaking to a staff member with whom you cannot socially distance.

·        Masks are optional while on the deck, playground or lower level.

·        Masks are NOT permitted while in the main or baby pool.

·        Our typical pool rules are still in effect— CLICK HERE for LPSC Rules.

·        Life guards are in place for patron safety in the pool, on the deck and on the surrounding grounds.  Parents are responsible for their child(ren)’s behavior while at the club—it is a parent responsibility to ensure that their child maintains social distance from other patrons as the parent sees fit.

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