The pool will open for Memorial Day weekend - Saturday, Sunday and Monday - 12pm to 8pm.

The hours for the rest of the week:
Tuesday, May 29 thru Thursday, May 31:  4pm - 8pm. (While elementary/JR/SR schools remain in session).
Friday, June 1:  4:00PM - 9:00PM.
Saturday, June 2:  12:00PM - 9:00PM.
Sunday, June 3:  12:00PM - 8:00PM.
Monday, June 4 thru Wednesday, June 6:  4:00PM - 8:00PM (While elementary/JR/SR schools remain in session).
Thursday, June 7:  1:00PM - 8:00PM (While elementary/JR/SR schools remain in session).
Friday, June 8:  1:00PM - 9:00PM.

Summer hours will start on Saturday, June 9: 12pm - 9pm every day.

Members may pick up their pool tags at the pool office during regular business hours.


Closing of the pool will occur with severe weather or tornado warnings.

If the pool is closed for the first of the day due to weather, it may open if weather clears for the last part of the day.

If the air temperature is below 64 degrees the pool will not open. The pool may be closed at Board members' discretion due to weather conditions or other circumstances.

Children under the age of 9 (nine) must be accompanied by an adult at all times.  Any child between the ages of 9 and 11, who wishes to swim at Cannon Pool without adult supervision, must take the independence test.  This test is administered by a Cannon Pool Life Guard.

To pass the test a child must complete the following;

         Tread water for 30 seconds

         Swim the length of the pool (shallow to deep -- not the width)

         Hold their breath with their faces in the water for more than 10 seconds.

Children who pass this test will be given a permission slip that MUST be signed by a parent or guardian and returned to Cannon Pool.  This form also confirms that the parent/guardian had read the Rules of Conduct and confirms that their child will abide by those rules.  This form will be kept on file in the Cannon Pool Office for the remainder of the pool season.  Every child must be re-certified every pool season.

All bathers MUST take a soap shower before entering the pool. THIS RULE IS A STATE LAW AND MUST BE ENFORCED.

All bathers MUST shower before returning to the pool after using suntan lotions, creams, or oils, because these items clog the water filters.

General hygiene must be followed when going swimming. It is up to the discretion of the lifeguard if he/she thinks someone should not be in the pool.

A person with a bleeding cut; bandage or a possible infectious condition, such as a virus, skin eruption, open blister or inflamed eyes must be excluded from the pool.

In the instance of fecal contamination or vomit, we must meet the requirements established by the State Health Department. Members are asked to remain out of the water and the pool will be closed. The contamination is removed and the pool is swept and vacuumed. The pool is then shocked with chlorine. All toys and lane markers are cleaned with a bleach solution. After a safe time the pool is reopened.

Users are participating at your own risk. Users are responsible for their own health, dental and vision insurance.

No glass containers are allowed on the pool grounds. Paper and styrofoam may be used for drinking non-alcoholic beverages.

Food is ONLY allowed in the food court area. Exceptions to this rule are ONLY when organized pool activities are held. Please be responsible and clean up after yourselves.

All litter is to be placed in the proper receptacles.


Each member of the pool is to treat each other with respect. We have organized this pool for the benefit of all members. It is important that everyone have an enjoyable experience.

Any member (youth or adult) that is using improper conduct or horseplay on the pool premises will result in discipline up to and including suspension of pool privileges.

Please be considerate of the South lane for lap swimmers or walkers.

Specific violations:


Horseplay / Improper Conduct: Verbal Warnings: Suspension: