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Public swimming pools are an exciting destination during the summer. They allow clients that do not have access to a private pool to come out, interact with their community, and have a fun time, all under the watchful eye of a trained lifeguard. They often work closely with children's summer camps as well. Before you visit the local establishment, check out some of the following keyterms that you may be interested in knowing.

  • Bromine - This is a chemical compound that is often used in conjunction with chlorine to balance the chemicals in swimming pools. It is especially used in private spas, though it can be used for both indoor and outdoor structures. This chemical helps keep heated water cleaner than the chlorine alternative.
  • Competition Pool - Can also be referred to as Olympic size swimming pools. Unlike standard size ones, these pools are at least 50 meters in length, and 25 meters in width. They also come equipped with timing pads for swimmers to touch, and are set up with lane lines for lap swim. Even the shallow end must be 2 meters deep to accommodate swimmers. Can be both indoor and outdoor.
  • Saltwater Pool - These are pools that are filtered with salt, rather than heavy chemicals. Though they still require some chlorine to balance the water, they are much gentler on the skin, and the environment!
  • ORP - Also known as Oxidation Reduction Level. This is an important measurement, and influences the quality of the water, and the chemicals that are used in it.
  • WSI - This acronym is short for Water Safety Instructor. This is a course required for any swim instructor to gain his or her certification to work with kids. Most public pools hold lessons taught by these instructors, who often hold lifeguarding certifications as well.
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    B & R Pool Care
    2933 E. Simpson, Fresno, CA 93703
    full service for pools and spas, repair and upgrades. we can do it all. most weekly service start.
    (559) 222-4001
    Desert Wake
    69520 Lincoln St, Mecca, CA 92254
    Located in the surrounding area, we are a peaceful ranch that surroundings ample acreage. We are the home to a full-featured water sport park. Please visit our website for more information.
    (206) 380-3305
    Swim Venture
    245 Fischer Ave Ste A7, Costa Mesa, CA 92626
    Come to our recreation center today if you need to learn how to swim. We have a variety of pools in our indoor facility that can help you learn. Get in touch to learn more about our classes.
    (714) 641-2636
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    New Image Pool Interiors Inc. 906 Hoblitt Ave. Clo, Clovis, CA 93612
    New Image Pool Interiors in Fresno specializes in repairing and resurfacing residential pools and commercial pools. Call today for a more beautiful pool!
    (559) 862-4358
    Malaga Community Center
    3592 S Winery Ave, Fresno, CA 93725
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    (559) 268-0404
    User Review: "This pool use to be open to the public 1:00 pm till 5:00 pm and reopen @ 6:00 pm- 8:00 pm they had family night swimming,..."
    Desert Sun Pool Service
    1478 N Palm Canyon, Palm Springs, CA 92262
    We understand the importance of your pool and we work to keep it in great shape throughout the year. Our complete service package ensures that you will be delighted with our service and prices.
    (760) 905-1663
    A to Z Pool Service
    2703 Goldfield Pl, Simi Valley, CA 93063
    A to Z Pool Service is locally owned and operated. A to Z Pool Service specializes in residential and commercial swimming pool service. We service commercial & residential swimming pools & spas.
    (805) 501-7261
    Seal Beach Community Swimming Pools
    Seal Beach, CA 90740
    (562) 430-9612
    Agua Caliente Springs Aquatic Center
    17350 Vailetti Dr, Sonoma, CA 95476
    (707) 939-8833
    Durham Recreation & Park District
    9451 Midway, Durham, CA 95938
    (530) 345-9510
    Alameda Swim Center
    2256 Alameda Ave, Alameda, CA 94501
    (510) 522-8107
    Hayfork Pools
    Hayfork, CA 96041
    (530) 628-5000
    Rutter Swim Center
    7350 Palmer House Dr, Sacramento, CA 95828
    (916) 421-1303
    Riviera Hills Restaurant & Lounge Golf & Recreatio
    10200 Fairway Dr, Kelseyville, CA 95451
    (707) 277-7575
    Coggan Family Aquatic Complex
    800 Nautilus St, La Jolla, CA 92037
    (858) 456-0945

    People who live in the city and don't have the space for their own pool often head to public swimming pools to cool off in the summer. These facilities, which are open to everyone, can be located within fitness center complexes, schools, and parks. Some are indoors, while others are outdoors. Per regulations, public swimming pools must have a certain number of lifeguards on duty at all times. They must also adhere to water sanitization rules to keep everyone safe and healthy. Whether for swim training purposes or just to have some fun with the family, public pools can be valuable resources. They're cheap too. Most operate for a small fee or even free. It's a great way to beat the heat, and many pools have fun accessories and equipment like slides, spas, and wading pools. Sometimes swim instruction lessons are offered in the lap pools, while kids can splash around all they want in the low end. Public swimming pool entrances often post the rules of the pool, giving information on hours, fees, safety instructions, lessons, and local regulations. Lockers are usually available for those who want to stow their belongings, such as a change of clothes, shoes, and spending money. Some public swimming pools offer towel and beach gear rentals, such as goggles and rafts. Indoor and outdoor public swimming pools are often the site of CPR training courses for adults and teens, as well as children's lessons and lifeguard training. People looking for access to public pools can check their local newspaper for listings, or check with their community's recreation department for more information on schedules and rates.
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