Fairview Recreation Complex
Fairview Recreation Complex
The outdoor pool will be open July 4, 2017 from 10:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
All indoor facilities will be closed for Independence Day.
Monday-Friday there will be 1 lap lane available from
10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m for the public to swim laps.
4 tube waterslide and zero entry
Special Events in June
June 21 - Moana Mania and DJ on the Deck: 1pm - 2pm included in admission Pictures and fun with Moana; plus a dj playing your favorite tunes poolside.
June 23 - Free Pop Friday!! The first 200 people who enter the pool get free popsicles.
Come support the Fairview Sharks swim team as they gear up for their Championship Meet!!
1st ANNUAL SHARK WEEK
June 27 - First Day of Shark Week: 1pm - 3pm - Games will include: in-water obstacle course, shark and minnows game (slide area will be closed during this time), water balloon throw and art project.
June 28 - Second day of Shark Week: 11am - 1pm - Games will include: relay and individual races for ages 6-10 (winners will qualify for final on Friday June 30), scavenger hunt, art project and a visit from our Fairview Sharks swim team! If you are interested in racing, sign up with the pool staff.
June 29 - Third Day of Shark Week: 1pm - 3pm - Games will include: relay and individual races for ages 11-18 (winners will qualify for finals on Friday June 30), sharks and minnows (slide area will be closed during this time), 'Balance Over the Ocean' game. If you are interested in racing, sign up with the pool staff
June 30 - Last day of Shark Week: 1pm - 4pm - Games will include: Finals for relay and individual races, 'Flounder Dive' for children ages 3 - 8, water Limbo (the beach entry zone will be closed from 1 -2pm) and fish throw.
July 1 - Family Beach Bash! 6:30pm - 9pm - DJ, food trucks, water games and a visit from Pirates and Mermaids! Make a reservation: #9621
Ask pool staff for more details on the games if you would like to participate!
- No Running.
- No Diving (everyone must enter the pool feet first).
- No entering the water backwards. Everyone must enter the pool facing water.
- Food and drink in designated areas only.
- Only lined swimsuits allowed. Gym shorts, Cut off shorts and pants are not permitted.
- Children 12 years of age and under must be accompanied by an adult 18 years of age or older.
- No public displays of affection (PDA).
- No kick boards or water aerobics equipment allowed in the outdoor pool.
- Kick boards are for lessons and lap swimmers only.
- Swim diapers must be used on all children not potty trained.
- No horse play in or out of the pool.
- No smoking or tobacco products in or near pool area.
- No one is allowed to ride another person’s shoulders or back.
- No profanity allowed.
- Parents/guardians must be in the pool and within arms reach of any non-swimming children
including those dependent on floatation devices.
- All pools will be cleared at the top of the hour. Adults 18 years old or older may continue to swim.
- Tubes, rafts and other floatation devices are allowed only with manager approval.
- No water guns
- No chewing gum is permitted in the pool or deck areas.
- No crossing under or over lane lines or hanging on the lines.
- No goggles, face masks, vests or flotation devices on slides.
- No alcoholic beverages allowed.
- No fake drowning (You will be asked to Leave Immediately).
- No weapons.
- No glass containers.
- No radios.
- Lap swimmers are required to share available lap lanes.
- Any person with an infectious disease or open sore will not be permitted in the pool.
- Anyone acting in a manner that could cause harm to themselves or others will be dismissed from the facility.
- Children who require any type of flotation device are not allowed to go down the slides.
If thunder is heard or lightning is seen, the lifeguards will clear the outdoor pool area of all patrons. Patrons will be allowed back on the deck and in the water 30 minutes after the last sound of thunder and the last sight of lightning. All doors to the outdoor pool must be completely shut in order for the indoor pool to remain open.
If it is raining and there is no sign of thunder and lightning, the outdoor pool is to remain open. However, if the rain gets hard enough that the lifeguards can no longer see the bottom of the pool, the pool will be cleared. Patrons will be allowed back in the water once the bottom of the pool becomes visible.