Jasper Pool Issues “Safety Reminder

Jasper Municipal Swimming Pool

Jasper Municipal Swimming Pool

Jasper (Local Sources) – The City of Jasper Parks and Recreation Departmet has issued a safety reminder on behalf of the Jasper Municipal Swimming Pool.

City officials want to remind parents and guardians who drop their kids off at the pool or for any child who walks to the pool on their ow

Jasper (Local Sources) – The City of Jasper Parks and Recreation Departmet has issued a statement on behalf of the Jasper Municipal Swimming Pool.

City officials want to remind parents and guardians a safety announcement for those who drop their kids off at the pool or for any child who walks to the pool on their own to provide sunscreen for children if they are swimming for a few hours and that children also have essentials with them, including an emergency contact number, a towel and anything else required for water safety.

City officials say the pool is responsible for ensuring children are safe on the deck and in the water, but cannot provide sunscreen, towels, life jackets and toys.

Pool officials ask that children six and younger be accompanied by an adult whenever possible.

Parents are also asked that if they drop off their children off at the pool and they stay until closing, that they be picked up promptly at 7 p.m. (regular closing time), at 9 p.m. after pool parties, or 10pm following ‘Twilight Swims’ on Wednesdays.

Pool managers say they will do their best to make sure children are safe before they leave, but are rarely able to stay longer after closing for the evening.

Pool officials also want to remind guests they do their best to ensure children’s safety when they swim and ask for the support and cooperation of parents to help in the endeavor.

to provide sunscreen for children if they are swimming for a few hours and that children also have essentials with them, including an emergency contact number, a towel and anything else required for water safety.

City officials say the pool is responsible for ensuring children are safe on the deck and in the water, but cannot provide sunscreen, towels, life jackets and toys.

Pool officials ask that children six and younger be accompanied by an adult.

Parents are also asked that if they drop off their children off at the pool and they stay until closing, that they be picked up promptly at 7 p.m. (regular closing time), at 9 p.m. after pool parties, or 10pm following ‘Twilight Swims’ on Wednesdays.

Pool managers say they will do their best to make sure children are safe before they leave, but are rarely able to stay longer after closing for the evening.

Pool officials also want to remind guests they do their best to ensure children’s safety when they swim and ask for the support and cooperation of parents to help in the endeavor.

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