Healthy: Spring/Summer 2024

10. Changes in recreation schedules may occur without notice. Staff post schedule changes with as much advance notice as possible. Current pool, group fitness and open gym schedules are available at the Welcome Desk and online. 11. Recreation Services is not responsible for lost or stolen articles. It is strongly recommended that possessions be secured in a locker during your visit to the DCRC. 12. Lockers are available on a first-come, first-served basis and guests must provide their own locks. Locks may not be left on lockers overnight. Locks left overnight are removed by management. 13. Service animals are permitted at all facilities. Service animals are defined as animals that are individually trained to work or perform tasks for people with disabilities. Emotional support animals, companion animals and service animals in training are not permitted in any facility. 14. All participants must observe the rules and regulations relating to the safety and operation of the facilities. Any participant who fails to comply with the rules and regulations of the DCRC is subject to the following penalties: • One week’s suspension from use of the facilities upon the first incident; • Thirty days suspension from use of the facilities upon the second incident; • One-year suspension from use of the facilities upon a third violation; • Permanent suspension from use of the facilities upon any subsequent incident. • The following activities, although not an exhaustive list, are examples of behaviors that will result in disciplinary action and police reports when applicable:


DCRC POLICIES & PROCEDURES Thank you for respecting these policies and procedures that support our goals of safe, positive and healthy experiences. 1 Proof of Residency must be presented each visit to receive the daily guest discount rate. 2. Annual memberships are not transferable and are deemed void when in the hands of those other than the proper registrant. 3. By City ordinance, the DCRC and all surrounding park grounds are smoke- and alcohol-free. 4. Unless otherwise authorized by law, under the Ohio Revised Code, no person shall knowingly possess, have under the person’s control, convey, or attempt to convey a deadly weapon or dangerous ordnance onto these premises. 5. Eating and drinking are permitted in designated areas only. 6. Skateboarding and in-line skating are prohibited in the DCRC. 7. Children ages nine and under must be accompanied by an individual at least 16 with a valid I.D. Children age ten years and over may enter the facility without a supervisor. A supervisor is defined as an individual at least 16 years or older. Pool area only - Supervisors must be in swimsuits and keep children ages four and under within arm’s reach; there must be at least one supervisor for every two children in this age group. For children ages 5-7, there must be one supervisor for every five children and they must be in the pool area (on deck or in the pool). For children ages 8-9, there must be one supervisor for every five children and they must be in the facility. 8. Youths under age 12 are not permitted in the fitness area at any time. We reserve the right to ask for proof of age. Youths ages 12 to 15 are allowed in the fitness area if directly spotted by an adult or if they have passed the Junior Fitness Card Program. Youths must be 13 years old to be on the track or in the track stretching area. Youths 8 to 12 are allowed in the track areas if directly supervised by an adult or if they have passed the Junior Track Card program and present their card to a fitness attendant. The minimum age for participation in group fitness classes is 12 years. 9. Please note that the DCRC fitness floor is not equipped as a powerlifting or CrossFit facility.

• Fighting • Stealing

• Property damage • Disorderly conduct • Criminal damage • Verbal abuse of staff or patrons • Not following posted policies and rules

The City reserves the right to forgo any of the disciplinary steps set forth herein and impose additional penalties based on the severity of the incident. I.D. POLICY Our priority is to provide a safe and friendly environment to everyone who visits our facilities or participates in our programs. All patrons (including spectators) passing the check-in desk must present a State, School, or City of Dublin/Recreation Services photo I.D. or key fob before entering. Members and guests must go to the Check-In Desk and provide an annual pass, resident card or pay the daily pass rate for admittance. The City of Dublin reserves the right to refuse entry to anyone registered as a sexual offender (Resolution 6-13).


Healthy Spring/Summer 2024

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