Safety is the first priority for all Lack’s lifeguards.
Please follow these tips while visiting:
1. Swim Near A Lifeguard
2. Learn To Swim
3. Never Swim Alone
4. Don’t Fight The Current
5. Swim Sober
6. Leash Your Board
7. Don’t Float Where You Can’t Swim
8. Life Jackets = Boat Safety
9. Don’t Dive Head First, Protect Your Neck
10. At Home, Your The Lifeguard
The majority of our rescues are due to rip currents. Always ask the lifeguard about current conditions before entering the water. Visit National Weather Service for the best information on rip currents: http://www.ripcurrents.noaa.gov/
Lack's within the community
Throughout the year, Lack’s Beach Service works hard to stay involved within the community. We educate the public on beach safety, teach young children about lifeguarding, have articles in local newspapers, and do local news interview.
The purpose of these events is to teach children and parents how to keep kids safe. Children enjoyed receiving coloring books, beach safety information, and getting there photo taken in a lifeguard tower!