GENERAL RULES & REGULATIONS
The following rules and regulations governing the use of all recreational facilities at the Carroll Recreation Center have been created to provide an enjoyable atmosphere for each participant, equal opportunity of use for our community and to protect an individual’s rights while using the facilities. As a member of the Carroll community, you have a responsibility to understand and abide by these guidelines. To ensure everyone’s safety and enjoyment, the Carroll Recreation Staff will enforce the usage guidelines and other posted regulations. Failure to abide by these rules and regulations may result in modified or revoked membership privileges.
CRC Code of Conduct is enforced at the Recreation Center at all times. Use of CRC facilities is a privilege with all members and participants expected to be good citizens and respect the rights of others. Individuals who engage in unacceptable or irresponsible behavior may have their access to the Carroll Recreation facility revoked or modified indefinitely as determined by the Recreation Director.
CRC MEMBERSHIP CARD
A valid CRC card is required to enter the Carroll Recreation Center. CRC member Cards are non-transferable and for the exclusive use of the person named on the card. The cards must be carried at all times and may not be used by anyone other than who is named on the card. CRC member cards remain the property of CRC and must be surrendered to the recreation Center upon demand. Any CRC member card that is presented by someone other than the rightful cardholder will be confiscated; if determined that the rightful cardholder allowed their CRC member card to be used by someone else will result in termination of the membership. Carroll Recreation Center staff reserves the right to request identification at any time including requesting additional picture IDs to verify proper identity.
Violations include but not limited to:
**If your card has been lost or stolen, you may obtain a new card at the control desk.
EQUIPMENT ISSUE RULES
Equipment (balls, racquets, etc) is available for borrowing from the Control Desk. Equipment must be signed out.
LOCKER ROOM POLICIES
LOST AND FOUND
FOOD, CHEWING, GUM AND DRINKS
Food, chewing gum and non-water drinks are only permitted in lobby areas and meeting rooms of the Carroll Recreation Center, with users required to dispose of all items properly. Food, chewing gum and non-water drinks are not allowed in the activity areas (gym, fitness rooms, pool, weight-room, or courts. Water is allowed in activity areas only if it is in an enclosed, unbreakable container. Glass containers are prohibited at all times.
SMOKING/USE OF TOBACCO PRODUCTS
Smoking and tobacco products are prohibited in the facility and at entrances/exits.
ALCOHOL AND DRUGS
Alcoholic beverages and illegal drugs may not be consumed prior to or while using the facility. Individuals may not use the facility while under the influence of drugs or alcohol. The Carroll Recreation Center staff reserves the right to question any individual and ask them to leave and/or deny entrance if suspecting someone under the influence.
Cell phone photography is prohibited unless prior written authorization is obtained from the management of the Carroll Recreation Center.
Carroll Recreation Center is designed to accommodate patrons of varying abilities. Recreation staff is available to provide special assistance to members with disabilities whenever needed. Pool area is equipment with two handicap accessible chairs.
Proper athletic attire must be worn in the facility at all times. Members should be aware that in addition to providing fitness and athletic activities, this is a building host’s community meetings, plays, dance recitals, ect, that requires proper attire when using the facility.
INJURIES AND EQUIPMENT FAILURES
Injuries, accidents or equipment failures should be reported immediately to Carroll Recreation Center staff at the Control Desk.
Only Carroll Recreation Center staff may move equipment in the facility
Spitting is prohibited the Carroll Recreation Center.
All areas including locker rooms should be vacated by closing time each night. Reminders will be announced over our public address system. All day lockers should be emptied fifteen minutes prior to closing.
Facilities may be closed and/or reservations canceled when warranted (i.e. special events, maintenance projects, and inclement weather).
Specific policies and room regulations are posted on site and must be observed. Verbal instructions issued by all staff must strictly be followed.
Photography and/or videotaping inside the Carroll Recreation Center is not allowed unless prior written authorization is obtained from the Director of the Recreation Center. Use of camera phones and videophones is not permitted inside the facility.
The Carroll Recreation Center staff is dedicated to maintaining open recreation space for all members to engage in various recreational activities without prior reservations. Players are encouraged to be inclusive of others during open recreation hours. Unreserved open recreation activities are available on a first come, first served basis. CRC recognized groups and/or clubs are not allowed to utilize open recreation spaces or times for their activities (these groups must reserve in advance only).
Carroll Recreation Center facilities will generally be open during regular hours; all or portions of facilities may be closed if they are directly impacted by inclement weather.
The Carroll Recreation Center may only be used for activities approved by the Recreation Director in advance.
RULES AND REGULATIONS
The use of CRC facilities is a privilege and participants are expected to be good citizens and respect the rights of others. Individuals who engage in unacceptable or irresponsible behavior may have their access to facilities revoked or modified indefinitely.
WEIGHT AND CARDIOVASCULAR AREAS
RULES AND REGULATIONS
The Commonwealth of Iowa Health Code and CRC designed these guidelines and regulations for your safety, health and comfort as mandated. Those who do not adhere to the guideline below, or who fail to cooperate with the lifeguard staff, may be asked to leave and may be denied future access into the Aquatic Center. CRC codes of conduct are enforced at all times. The use of the Aquatic center is a privilege and participants are expected to be good citizens and respect the rights of others. Individuals who engage in unacceptable or irresponsible behavior may have their access to facilities revoked or modified indefinitely.
RULES AND REGULATIONS
The use of CRC facility is a privilege and participants are expected to be good citizens and respect the rights of others. Individuals who engage in unacceptable or irresponsible behavior may have their access to facilities revoked or modified indefinitely.
All players must check in at the Control Desk prior to entering their reserved court. ID is required for verification. Courts are available on a first come, first served basis.
Indoor walking is available to all members. Walkers are designated to the outside lane. All users must be respectful and aware of the varying abilities and speed of users and to adjust accordingly. They also must be aware of balls and other patrons using the gym. Carroll Recreation Center staff reserve the right to modify a user’s behavior and/or have their use terminated in the moment for failure to use the space safely for all users. . All users are to abide by the posted signs for usage.
In the event of a medical emergency inside the facility, please notify the staff at the Control Desk immediately. You may also call 911 if the emergency is to be severe. You should inform them of your name, your location within the facility, and a description of the situation. If possible, have someone meet the officer/ambulance and guide them to the patient. The control room staff understands what to do in any medical emergency.