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General Member Policies

The Quincy Community Center, Quincy Washington
 POLICY NUMBER 001
 Date First Adopted: 04/01/09

 

GENERAL MEMBER POLICIES  

I.                     OBJECTIVE 

To define the rules and regulations of the Community Center to better ensure safety to all patrons.  

II.                   POLICIES 

  1. All members or guests must check-in at the front desk prior to using the facility 
  2. All guests must fill-out the appropriate guest register and sign a waiver form, before utilizing the facility
  3. No alcohol or tobacco products are allowed in the Center 
  4. Food, gum or drinks are not allowed in the gymnasium, multi-purpose, fitness room, racquetball courts, aerobics room and locker rooms.  Water is permitted
  5. Customers may use the front desk phone for emergency purposes only.   A Courtesy phone is located to the right of the front desk
  6. Fighting or use of profanity will not be tolerated.  Violation may result in expulsion from the Center and/or loss of membership privileges
  7. Stealing, vandalism or any criminal act will not be tolerated.
  8. Physical or verbal abuse to patrons, staff, or property may result in expulsion from the Center; loss of membership privileges, and/or criminal charges may be pursued
  9. Children under 6 years old must be supervised at all times by a guardian 16 years or older, while in the building or be checked-in the child center during designated hours
  10. No one under the age of twelve will be admitted to The Community Center before noon without a legal guardian unless involved in a supervised program.  (Guardian must be at least 16 yrs of age)
  11. Children 13 years and under using the racquetball courts must be accompanied by an adult (18 years or older)
  12. Racquetball court reservations may be made one-day in advance.  Goggles are required when playing racquetball.  Racquets are available for a $2.00 usage fee
  13. The Community Center is not responsible for lost or stolen items.  The Community Center is not responsible for any items that are left at the Community Center or that’s placed in the Lost –N- Found.  The Community Center has a designated Lost-N-Found area.  Items in the Lost-N-Found area are kept for two weeks and then given to charity
  14. No skateboards or scooters allowed in the facility or on the facility’s sidewalks.  Roller-blades are allowed in the multi-purpose gym only.  Children 13 years of age or younger must have an adult (18 years of age) supervise them 
  15. No running in the hallways or other “designated” walkways inside The Community Center
  16. Parking is only allowed in the east and southwest parking lots.  Parking directly in front of the building is not allowed.  Violators will be subject to ticketing and towing at owners expense 
  17. No person may use a camcorder, motion picture camera, or photographic camera of any type, to videotape, film, photograph, or record by electronic means, any other person or area of The Community Center without the consent or knowledge of that other person, in any locker room, bathroom, or facility of the City of Madison in which the other person has a reasonable expectation of privacy 

III.                  DISCIPLINARY ACTION 

It shall be a violation for any member or guest not complying with any written or oral rules, regulations, or requirements imposed by The Community Center personal. Personal conduct in the Community Center must be such that the safety of self and others is not jeopardized. Any such violation may result in immediate removal from the Community Center and/or subject to revocation of membership that is outlined in Community Center policy #203. 

Disciplinary action may be taken as a result of behavior or act, which violates any Community Center policy. Community Center personnel have the latitude to enforce reasonable disciplinary action found to be warranted by specific situations.  Violation of Community Center policy may result in expulsion from the Center, loss of membership privileges, or revocation of membership that is outlined in Community Center policy #203   

This policy was adopted by the Community Center Governing Board on .