About the Redondo Union High School Aquatic Center
The RUHS Aquatic Center is an outdoor 15-lane, 25-yard pool with covered bleacher seating for 200 spectators. Built for the RUHS Seahawk Swim and Water Polo Teams and opened in the Fall of 2010, this pool is also open to the public on the weekends year-round, and during the weekdays in the Summer.
The shallow end has both stair and ramp access with one lane from 3’6” to 4'6" deep, one lane from 4’6” to 7' deep, and the remaining 13 lanes are all 7’ deep. The pool's nearly half a million gallons of water are heated to 80 F year-round.
If you have any questions about our facility, or if you would like to be added to our mailing list, please email Aquatic Facility Coordinator - Tyler Storie firstname.lastname@example.org
Community Swim is now available on Saturdays and Sundays and offered in two types of reservation.
- Lap Swim - Continuous Swimming for adults (and children under the age of 14 who pass a swim test). 14 lane reservations will be available (all 7 feet deep). Please see the diagram below.
- Family Swim - Recreational Swimming for ages. 3 "Swim Area" reservations will be available (Shallow Lane - 3.5 to 4.5 feet deep). Please see the diagram below.
Online reservations will be required in advance. Registration will open on Mondays at 1:00pm each week for the upcoming weekend. When making a reservation (Family Swim or Lap Swim) one reservation reserves the area. Once you have the reservation, you have the ability to bring up to 3 members of your household with you. Upon arrival at the pool you can pay for your additions. Cancellation requests must be sent to email@example.com by midnight on Thursday to receive a refund. Walk-ins will be allowed when lanes are available. No more than four swimmers of the same household per lane at any given time.
Cost: $4.00 (Regardless of residency. Children under the age of 2 are free)
Times: Gates will open approximately 10 minutes prior to the start, and close 10 minutes after the start of each reservation time.
- 11:00 am - 11:45 am
- 12:00 pm - 12:45 pm
- 1:00 pm - 1:45 pm
Youth Summer Swim Lesson Registration is closed for the summer of 2021. Please check back in the Spring of 2022 for more information about Summer of 2022 swim lessons.
Adult Swim Classes, offered by South Bay Adult School have been postponed until further notice.
Getting to the Pool
- Covid-19 screening - All people entering campus are subject to Covid19 screening. Please stay home if you are experiencing any Covid19 symptoms.
- Face Masks - Face masks are no longer required on campus, when outdoors. (7/6/21)
- Physical Distancing - Please maintain a distance of 6 feet from all patrons outside of your household.
- Changing - There is no changing in the bathrooms or anywhere on campus. Please plan on arriving and leaving with your swim suit on.
- Showers - Showers are not available.
- Bathrooms - Bathrooms are available and are limited to one person at a time, unless from the same household.
- Equipment - Shared public equipment, such as kickboards and pull buoys will not be available. You are welcome to bring your own.
- Waiver - All patrons must sign a Covid19 waiver prior to use of the pool.
Swim Diapers – All infants and children that are not toilet trained must wear waterproof swim diapers.
Goggles, Face masks, Airway Devices – Goggles that do not cover the nose are allowed. Face masks or any masks that cover the nose or prevent airflow through any airways are not permitted. SCUBA devices are prohibited.
Children – Children under the age of 14 must be accompanied by an adult at all times. Children under the age of 7 and/or under 42 inches tall are required to have a parent, legal guardian, or adult supervisor in the water with them at all times. The ratio for adults with infants in the water is 2:1. This can be overridden by the on-duty lifeguard. Infants and toddlers must not be left unattended at any time in the facility.
Floatation Devices – Floatation devices must be inspected by a lifeguard prior to use in the pool. Any floatation device that is responsible for keeping the user afloat must be Coast Guard approved.
Food – Food is not allowed on the pool deck at any time.
Return Policy – Members may not exit and re-enter the pool during Open Swim hours. Certain exceptions made be made at the discretion of the lifeguard. Any member that is perceived to be abusing this policy may be asked to leave by the lifeguard.
No running on the pool deck
No Bikes, Scooters, Roller Blades, or Skateboards on the pool deck
Admission – Patrons must pay for Community Swim privileges. Infants under 2 years of age may enter for free while accompanied by their parent or guardian. Fees are subject to increase or decrease at any time. These changes will be communicated to members.
Pets – Pets are prohibited from entering the pool. ADA compliant animals are exempted (Seeing-eye dogs, etc.)
Unsafe conduct – Play fighting, chicken fighting or general roughhousing is prohibited. It is up to the lifeguard to determine unsafe conduct.
Pool equipment – Guard chairs, lane lines, ladders, rails, pool cover reels are unsafe. Members are not allowed to play on, in, or near this equipment.
Glass – Glass is not allowed on the pool deck for any reason.
Swim Lessons - No Private or Group Lessons are allowed.
Swim Test – Children under the age of 14 are required to take a swim test to swim in the deep end. The test is as follows:
- Jump into the deep end of the pool, recover and float on back for 10 seconds
- Tread water for 1 minute
- Swim 25 meters using a forward facing stroke (Breast, Free, etc.)
Diving and Jumping – Diving is only permitted in the deep end of the pool and in empty lap lanes. Backflips, somersaults, spins are prohibited. Members are not allowed to jump into crowded areas of the pool.
Lifeguards may need to enforce certain rules that may not be listed here. This is at the sole discretion of the lifeguard for the safety of swimmers and members.