The Best Job You’ll Ever Have, Working at Northwest Swim Club.
Lifeguard, Management, Safety & Health Monitors, and Office Staff
go to nwswimclub.org/employment

2020 POOL HOURS

Noon-9pm, Weekdays
10am-9pm, Weekends & Holidays
Exceptions: See “Events” tab above

Becoming a New Owner/Member

Being a Member means you are an Owner of NWSC,
this requires the purchase of an Owner’s Certificate (limited to 900}.
The Certificate is a fee added to your first year’s Annual Dues.
The Owner’s Certificate’s price for 2020 is $150 (normally $250)
Outgoing members often sell their Certificate for $150 or less.
A limited number of these discounted Certificates may be obtained through public media or by emailing our Member Administrator.

The 2020 Season With Covid-19

Keep up to date with frequent posts on Facebook and with our group e-mail (enroll by emailing Dick)

The Board, Management & Staff are dedicated to providing our members with a safe & healthy facility following Governor DeWine’s and our Health Department guidelines.  Be ensured we will establish and monitor 6′ separation (in and out of the water, keep everything sanitized, perform daily symptom assessments, add staff to meet these expectations and train all staff in new procedures,  When given the opportunity to open, we will be ready to offer a “full” summer of relaxation, comfort, peace of mind, quality interaction with others, and the opportunity for your children to burn off some energy.

Go To “Membership” Page To Pay Annual Dues for 2020

Please be patient with us through the chaos of this spring with Covid-19.
Posted Lessons, Teams, Activities, and Calendar are all subject to change dependent on when we will be allowed to open by the Governor and ODH.
From the President of NWSC,
It is hard to believe that the 2019 Survey rated Northwest even “Friendlier” than in 2018. Members cited the staff, atmosphere, pool policies, communication and sense of community all as factors to our Friendliness. This is probably responsible for the largest number of new members than we have had for about a decade. Word-of-mouth has excited friends of current members to want to be a part of our tradition of family fun, as well as the many improvements we made in the facility in 2019. We encourage our Owner-Members to continue recruiting your friends to join in on our summers of fun, cleanliness and safety. For membership information contact our Member Administrator.
We have committed to an early start in the off-season to tend to 2 leftover member concerns on the facility, repairing the pool liner and hot tub. We are also revising staff manuals to better train all staff to more consistently and thoroughly make your every visit hassle free. We are anxious for another fantastic summer in 2020.
The Northwest Swim Club is fully owned and operated by all its Owner’s Certificate holders who elect a Board to oversee its operation. Those not familiar with this type organization understand Ownership requires the one-time purchase of a Certificate the first year and requires payment of dues annually.  As Owners we look to you for ways to contribute to our success. We hope you can find ways to participate with Swim Boosters, Spring Cleanup Day, being on the Board and committees, etc. Our goal is to provide the best possible facility for your family and friends to choose NWSC for many summers to come.
Swim-cerely,
Dick Rabold
Northwest Swim Club – Member Administrator
dickrabold@aol.com

HOW YOU CAN HELP NORTHWEST HAVE A SMOOTH SUMMER

Know your Certificate #. New members, ask for # at front desk
–No Cash in office or concession. Checks and credit cards only.
–Those who chose "Pay Later" when registering, come with payment
–Babysitter Pass will be available for sale on one of your early visits.
–Lesson/Team info will be available by mid-June. No details yet.
–Take responsibility for social distancing.
–On Hot Days, try to pick less crowded times to some to the pool if you can. The water is the trickiest, but we do have room on land.
–On Hot Days we may ask for people. having been at the pool 2 or more hours, to volunteer to leave so others may come in.

Keep us tuned in to how you are feeling and give us time to adjust as we learn better how to negotiate Covid-19 swimming. This is new for all of us and we want to make the 2020 season a positive experience every day.
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Northwest Swim Club Opens for 2020
What To Expect On Your First Visit

**Gates open Fri, June 5, at noon. Pool Hours: 12-9 wkdays, 10-9 wkends
**We will be taking your temperature (non-contact) as you enter the facility.
**Expect to see some sort of grid layout in the water and on land to assist in social spacing.
**8 lap lanes available and limited to 2 swimmers/lane except when lessons and team are using 2 lanes. There will be a walking lane in the 3.5ft area.
**Watch arrows and footprints on pool deck, and pay attention to the signs.
**Line on Jaws requires only 1 person on each platform of the stairs while waiting.
**All tables are purposely spaced and should not be moved. 2 people or 1 household/table.
**The Hot Tub will probably not be ready for use the first week, until the reconstruction of the platform is complete.

We will have people there to help you figure things out, but if you still need to join, do so online before coming to the pool.
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Before Your 1st Visit to Northwest in 2020
ALL member registrations must be done on-line, not the front desk. When any old and new member registers at nwswimclub.org 24 hours before their first visit to the pool, they will be on our entry system when they arrive (assuming too many don’t do it on June 3, 4 or 5). Remember that only people living in your household full-time for the summer can be included on your registration form. During Covid-19 we know that households have been combined so you might receive a polite inquiry from our Member Administrator when adding any usual persons/relationships.
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