We have been reaching capacity very quickly for our weekend swims.
Once capacity is reached, no more guests will be
admitted for the remainder of the swim for safety reasons.
We recommend arriving 15-20 minutes before the swim begins to sign in.
Please be aware that payment with credit/debit
is only accepted if the charge is over$20
We apologize for any inconvenience
School district policy dictates that when the schools are closed on a weekday for weather conditions, the pool is also closed for the entire day and evening.
Good things to know about the Hartland Aquatic Center
We are an American Red Cross Preferred Provider, and our lifeguard staff
is CPR, First Aid, and
Body fluid contaminations… are an unfortunate fact of life in public pools
Depending on the extent of the contamination, it may be necessary to
close a pool for an extended period of time. If this occurs less than halfway through a public swim
event, all swimmers will be issued a
free pass for a future swim. If the incident occurs later than
halfway through the event, there
will be no refunds. Though it can be very frustrating when it
happens, we request your understanding
About our air, water, and sanitation
Our first responsibility is to maintain a clean and safe
environment. The pool deck and locker rooms are
sanitized daily. We have state-of-the-art water systems which are
managed by a Certified Pool Operator
at all times. The pool water is tested weekly by a state-licensed
lab to assure your safety.
Swimmers must shower before entering the pool.
Not only is it state
law, but thorough showering reduces the amount of chemicals necessary for safe
Spectators sometimes complain about air temperature and humidity in the
pool area. They are
maintained at levels for the comfort of swimmers, not dry people in
street clothes. Spectators are welcome
anywhere, but to help maintain cleanliness and safety we don’t allow
street shoes on the pool deck.
The average water temperature is the competition pool is 81, leisure
pool 86, hot tub 101.