RivCo Water Safety Coalition

Our beautiful beaches, abundant lakes , and sparkling pools are part of what make Southern California one of the most desirable places in the country to live, work and play year-round.

But, water comes with the potential for great danger. Things like unattended tubs and buckets filled with water are not often thought of as drowning dangers. But they should be.

The reality is that children, and even adults, can slip under the water silently and without much commotion. Even more frightening, drownings can occur even with a house full of adults and kids.

We all think someone else is watching, right? 

Because we all need to work together to avoid senseless tragedy, a coalition of partnering agencies throughout Riverside County have committed to the educating residents and visitors about the importance of water safety.

For information and water safety resources, please contact RUHS Public Health's Injury Prevention Services by calling (951) 358-7171.

Pool safety

There are things you can do to protect your family from an accidental drowning. Properly installed and maintained barriers, protective fencing and other preventive measures can make a difference in the health and safety of all Riverside County residents, whether enjoying water at home or in a public venue.

Pool Safety

Swimming lessons
community pool

Sponsored Swimming Lessons for Children 0-5 in Riverside County.

Swimming Lessons

CPR training

Adult, Child And Baby First Aid/CPR/AED Online. Class can be taken at your convenience.

CPR Classes

Riverside County Water Safety

Riverside County Water Safety
Don't Mix Pool Chemicals

Don't Mix Pool Chemicals

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