To get into the pool, residents and guests must present passes to the lifeguard. Pool passes are issued only to residents who are up-to-date on condo payments and not in violation of any architectural standards. Pool passes must be revalidated each year.
Every owner must complete and return a pool pass application
by April 1, 2019. Access to the pool will be denied without a valid pool pass or guest pass for 2019. If you were issued and kept a plastic card pass in 2018, please request renewal stickers for 2019. If you do not have your pool pass from last year, you must request a new card. Replacement of resident pool passes will cost $20 per pass.
If you are renting your unit, you may convey your right to use the pool to your tenant by completing the appropriate section of the pool pass application. Please provide a copy of the tenant’s lease with the pool application. Only owners OR renters can use the pool. If an owner conveys their rights to the pool to their tenants, the owner will not be eligible to receive a pool pass.
Keep your pool passes. Next year, you will receive a new sticker to put on your plastic pool pass card. There is a replacement fee if your resident pool pass card is lost, stolen, or discarded and you need a new card for the new pool season. Also, do not discard any 1-day guest passes you purchased this year as they do not expire.
All residents and guests who use the pool are responsible for obeying all instructions from our lifeguards and for following our pool rules
. Any failure to comply with these rules shall be considered sufficient cause for barring violators from the pool area. Three written violations will lead to the revocation of pool privileges for the remainder of the pool season.
To better ensure that our Swimming Pool Regulations are in alignment with the Fair Housing Act, the 15 minute “adults only” swim will now be a 15-minute “lap” swim. Swimmers of any age may be in the pool during the last 15 minutes of each hour, if they are swimming laps.