Do I need to supervise a child who is 8 but behaves like a 13-year-old?
Yes, children under the age of 10 must be supervised in the aquatic area by an individual 16 years of age or older. If the child is 6 years or younger they must be directly supervised (within arm's reach) in the water by an individual age 16 or older. The Troy Community Center staff is trained to prevent accidents and provide care in the event of an emergency.
Can I bring floatation or safety devices into the Troy Community Center pool?
For safety reasons, they are not allowed other than Coast Guard approved lifejackets.
Are the pools heated?
The indoor leisure pool is regulated at 82–84º and includes slides, kiddie water features, and lap lanes (20 yards long, 44 laps = 1 mile) at a depth of 4 feet. Separate therapy pool is regulated at 88–91º and is at a depth of 3 1/2 feet.
Can we bring food and drink into the pool area?
For safety reasons, only water bottles are allowed into the pool area.
Does my child have to be potty trained to swim?
Children that are not potty trained are welcome to swim. Approved swim diapers and rubber pants are required.
What are the restrictions for the slides?
Slide users must be 42" tall and able to swim to the stairs unassisted. A swim test may be required. For children age 10 and under a slide is available in the kiddy area.