Mohican Code of Conduct

At Mohican, we pride ourselves in being a community-based pool where we can all come and relax, exercise and have fun together. In order to ensure a safe and enjoyable experience for everyone at Mohican, all members must abide by the following code of conduct. Failure to follow these rules may result in a warning, temporary suspension or permanent loss of membership, as determined by a majority vote of the board of directors. The severity of the infraction will be the primary determinant of the action taken. In all cases, a third warning will result in at least a temporary suspension. Pool management reserves the right to have an individual removed from the pool premises at any time for a conduct or safety issue, no board approval is required for this action.

Select Rules (please see Pool Rules for a comprehensive list)

  • The pool, including the parking lot and stairs, are a smoke free area. No smoking, including e-cigarettes, is permitted at any time. 
  • Use of mobile phones in the locker rooms and bathrooms is prohibited. 
  • Litter must be placed in bins.
  • No glass, porcelain or otherwise breakable containers of any kind are permitted.

Code of Conduct

  1. It is the responsibility of the individual swimmer to notify the lifeguard of any health concerns.
  2. The instructions of the lifeguard must be adhered to in the interest of safety. 
  3. No arguing with lifeguards or pool staff.  
  4. No swearing or abusive language or behavior toward staff, members or guests.
  5. No threats or intimidating behavior towards staff, members or guests.
  6. Conduct which may result in injury to self or the injury of others will not be permitted.
  7. No pushing or throwing people into the pool.
  8. No running on the pool deck.
  9. Diving is only allowed in the diving well.
  10. No inflatables in the pool other than specifically identified times such as “raft nights.” 
  11. No flippers, snorkels or face masks allowed other than while lap swimming.
  12. Swimming after the consumption of alcohol or illegal drugs is prohibited.
  13. Parents are responsible for the behavior of their minor children.