Evacuation & Inclement Weather Policy
Stay up-to-date with any weather-related or other unplanned changes and delays by monitoring our website and social media feeds.
In the event of rain showers
The meet will go on!
In the event of an emergency
Instructions will be announced by public address system and bull horns by the volunteers.
In the event of lightning or severe weather
- Pool, pool deck, and bleachers must be cleared.
- Swimmers 9 & up will be released from Clerk of Course.
- Swimmers 8 & under and Unified swimmers will need to be picked up from Clerk of Course by a coach, family member, or trusted adult.
- Participants and spectators should return to their cars and seek shelter.
- Meet will resume 30 minutes after last lightning strike or sound of thunder.
Cameras/Video Cameras Policy
Non-commercial use of cameras and video recording devices are allowed at the pool. Please remain in your seat while filming. Use of cameras in changing areas is strictly prohibited.
Operation of a drone or any other flying apparatus is strictly prohibited over the venue (pools, athlete/coach areas, spectator areas) any time athletes, coaches, officials, or spectators are present.
Firearms and other weapons are expressly forbidden on the Goodman Pool and All-City Meet grounds. Persons possessing such items will be asked to leave and may be subject to arrest.
Service Animal Policy
Service animals for guests with disabilities are welcome at the pool. All service animals must always remain on a leash or in a harness. No other animals are allowed.
The All-City Swim Meet is a smoke free event.
Tech Suit Policy
As per the rules established by the All-City Swim & Dive League, technical racing suits (tech suits) are not allowed for any 12 & under swimmer. An example list of suits can be found here. Tie-back suits are also not allowed. The All-City Swim & Dive League follows USA Swimming and FINA (Word Aquatics) rules for suits allowed in competition.
The All-City Championship Swim Meet uses a fully automatic Colorado Timing system as the primary method of timekeeping. Secondary timing is a semi-automatic system. Tertiary timing consists of manual stopwatches. For 8&U individual events where the finish is not at the start end of the pool, it is acceptable for primary timing to be a semi-automatic system with a secondary system of manual watches. HY-TEK’s Meet Manager software is used for processing results.