Town of Waterford, NY

65 Broad St.
Waterford, NY 12188

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Waterford Town Park Program:
Where: Clement Park
Hours: Monday – Friday 10am to 2pm
Camp Counselors will be hosting activities for youth at Clement Park Monday-Friday from 10am-2pm beginning on Monday June 27, 2022. Activities will include group sports and team play, crafts, and educational skill building. Clement Park is a “come-and-go” program with no formal attendance structure. If you have any questions, please call Torri VanNostrand at 518-925-8307.

 

Waterford Town Pool
36 Ballston Street
Waterford, NY 12188
518-235-4414
Hours: 12pm -6pm everyday beginning June 25th
Cost: There is no charge for using the pool this year.

Residents Only
Residents will be required to show proof of residency upon entering the pool. This will require a photo ID, such as a valid driver's license and either a Town of Waterford tax bill or a current utility bill. Waterford residents will be given an ID card to be used for the duration of the season.

RULES: To be expressed to patrons upon entering:

  • No one under the age of 7 years old can enter the pool area without an adult present.
  • No flotation devices (including bathing suits with built in flotation devices) are allowed in the pool area, EXCEPT Coast Guard approved life vests.
  • Swim diapers are required for children who are still in diapers. If these children do not have swim diapers, they are not allowed to go in the pool.
  • There must be one adult (person 17 years or older) present for each child in the pool under the age of 7. (i.e., if there are two children in the water under the age of 7, there must be two adults that are responsible for the children in the water as well.)
  • The same one child per adult rule applies for children over the age of 7 who have not passed their swim test.
  • Children over the age of 7 (and under the age of 17) are required to pass a shallow end swim test and a deep end swim test:
    • Shallow End Test: Participants are required to swim with their head above water for the width of the pool.
    • Deep End Test: Participants are required to swim front crawl with their head above water for the length of the pool (alongside the wall)
    • Judgment, as to whether a participant has passed or failed the swim test, is determined by the lifeguard that is monitoring the test.