Check out the reservation links for the week of Sept. 13-19. And we’ve added lap swimming from 7-8pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
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If there are open time slots that haven’t been reserved in advance, members can use the open slot(s) on a drop-in/walk-up basis — first come, first serve. This policy applies for all reservation types.
Based on feedback from members, we’ve adjusted the reservation process to make it more equitable to have opportunities to attend the pool. We will have a two-stage process for reserving times.
Please keep informed about our Phase 3 Operating Procedures, which include important guidelines and rules for pool users.
We’re making changes to our reservations system for ease of use and to allow increased use of the pool. Changes include a new booking system, more family swim times, and more drop-in options.
Thank you again for your patience as we continue to work to expand the services of the pool as far as state guidelines will allow. We are happy to announce some positive changes based on the recently enacted Phase 2 from the state.
Learn how you can pay your bill online or by mail. Late fees apply for payments not received by March 15. If paying online, you can also purchase guest credits for the season at the same time!
Coming up on Feb. 5, 2020, 7 p.m. at the community house — mark your calendar! Read the president’s letter with all the details. You can also check out the detailed agenda.
Learn ways to pay your $350 assessment by Dec. 13 (or how to sell your membership instead by Dec. 2). The funds will be used to finance the pool deck and pump room repairs. Read more
The membership voted to finance the pool deck and pump room repair project through a $350 non-refundable assessment per membership and a $200,000 draw from the capital fund. Stay tuned for payment details. Read more