2022 POOL RULES
Once all forms have been completed and received at the pool and the resident’s assessment fees
are current, you are a member at the pool. All members should become familiar with these rules.
Members should explain these rules to their dependents. These rules are designed to provide for the
safety of all members. Please remember that this is a family facility and that the rights, privileges, and
safety of all members should be respected. Failure to follow these rules will be grounds for the
suspension of privileges.
The primary concern is the safety and health of the residents of Meadowville Landing
Association. The pool will be opened for the season with minimal restrictions. Please keep in
mind this status may change during the season.
Please note that these rules may be updated throughout the season. Please make sure to
check the HOA site for the most current information.
The following rules are put in place for the 2022 pool season:
1) NO water balloons, balls, or water guns
2) NO lost and found. Any items left at the pool will be discarded that day.
3) NO smoking
4) NO Drinking alcohol
5) NO Chewing Gum
6) All forms of horseplay including dunking, pushing and running is prohibited
7) NO hanging on the dividing ropes, lane lines, the fill pipe or the lifeguard stands
Weekdays (May 31st – June 3rd)
3:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Holidays, Weekdays (June 6 – August 21) and September 2
10:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Weekdays (August 22 – September 1)
3:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m
FACILITY GENERAL RULES
Abusive/profane language or disorderly conduct will not be tolerated anywhere on recreation facility
The management is not responsible for personal property of members or dependents, which is left,
lost, damaged or stolen in or on the property.
Any facility property willfully damaged by any member will be repaired or replaced at the member’s
Pets are not permitted inside the fenced pool area.
Baby carriages and wheelchairs are the only wheeled vehicles allowed in the fenced pool area.
Unless an emergency arises, all conversations with the lifeguards should be restricted to “off duty” time
and “break” time. Lifeguard stands/stations are located on the deck of the pool. Only authorized
personnel are allowed to be in or to use these stands/stations.
Children under the age of 11 must be under the direct supervision of someone 15 years of age
or older while on the property. The person supervising must be of sufficient swimming ability,
maturity and size to assist the child in the event of an emergency in the pool. A liability form
must be on file for children 11 years of age through 15 years of age to use the facilities without
a parent or guardian.
Anyone using the pool unsupervised, and who does not appear to be of sufficient swimming ability to
do so, may be required at the lifeguard’s sole discretion to take a swim test to continue to use the pool
Any child under the age of 18 who will be allowed to attend the pool without an adult must have a
release on file signed by the parents with contact phone numbers for the parents or legal guardians.
The lifeguards and manager are fully authorized to enforce all rules and regulations, and may
temporarily suspend violators, as they deem necessary. In the event that a member or a member’s
guest repeatedly disobeys rules and regulations, the owner/developer may revoke the member’s
membership for the remainder of the pool season. Please review the Violation Registry policy for more
THE HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR INJURIES TO MEMBERS,
DEPENDENTS, OR GUESTS. INCLUDING EXPOSURE TO COVID-19 AND OTHER VIRUS OR
BACTERIAL INFECTIONS BY ATTENDING THE POOL. AN INHERENT RISK OF EXPOSURE TO
COVID-19 AND OTHER INFECTIONS EXISTS IN ANY PUBLIC PLACE WHERE PEOPLE ARE OR
HAVE RECENTLY BEEN PRESENT. COVID-19 IS AN EXTREMELY CONTAGIOUS DISEASE THAT
CAN LEAD TO SEVERE ILLNESS AND DEATH. BY USING THE POOL FACILITY, YOU
VOLUNTARILY ASSUME ALL RISKS RELATED TO EXPOSURE TO COVID-19.
Waiver forms for use of the pool are available on the HOA website and have been mailed to
homeowners. After the first week of the pool opening a form must be on file in order to use the
Members use the pool at their own risk.
Showers are required before using the pool.
Band-Aids and bandages must be removed before entering the pool area.
Parents are requested to remind their children of the toilet facilities and to keep these areas sanitary.
Children 10 and under should be accompanied to the bathroom facilities to ensure they utilize the
facilities safety and are social distancing.
Admission to the swimming pools shall be refused to any person who has an infectious disease, cough,
fever, sore or inflamed eyes, a cold, nasal or ear discharge, a communicable disease of any kind,
excessive sunburn, open sores, or bandages of any kind. Anyone with COVID-19 or with symptoms of
COVID-19, or who has a known contact with anyone with COVID-19 or symptoms of COVID-19, shall
not utilize or be present at the pool facilities until advised that they are not longer at risk of being
contagious by a physician or applicable CDC guidelines.
Any person with heart disease, diabetes, epilepsy, fainting spells or those who wear a medical alert
bracelet or necklace must make this known to the head lifeguard on duty. This in no way implies that
the lifeguard assumes responsibility for the health or physical condition of the member or guest.
Spouting of water or any similar unhygienic actions will not be allowed.
All persons, regardless of age, must wear swimming attire while in either pool. Cut-off (un-hemmed)
shorts are not considered appropriate swimming attire. The Meadowville Landing Pool is a family pool
and attire worn is to be consistent with a family pool setting. Appropriate body coverage is required. No
thong or European cut bathing suits are permitted to be worn in the pool area. Swimmer Diapers must
be worn in the pool. Cloth or Disposable diapers are not to be worn by infants in either pool.
SWIMMING SAFETY RULES
****A lifeguard’s word is final and will be supported by the
Meadowville Landing Association Board of Directors.
Everyone must leave the pool in the event of an emergency. The signal for this is three (3) blasts of
the lifeguard’s whistle. There will be emergency drills throughout the season.
The lifeguards have authority to close the pool at any time, in consideration of the health and safety of
members. (Cold weather, rain, electrical storms, equipment malfunction, etc.)
Approved life jackets, water wings and ring vests may be worn only in the intermediate (3-feet section)
area of the pool. Flotation devices, floats, soft pool toys, diving rings, swim masks, snorkels and fins
will be allowed in the pool at the discretion of the lifeguards.
FOOD AND BEVERAGES
Glass containers of any kind (baby bottles included) are not permitted anywhere on recreation property.
Alcoholic beverages are not permitted anywhere in the pool. Food must remain away from the pool in
the occupied furniture group only. Please use trash containers which are available around the pool.
In the event that the pool closes for a special function, a notice will be posted in the swimming pool
area at least 48 hours prior to the event.
HOMEOWNER POOL FUNCTIONS
Homeowners who wish to have an event at the pool must contact the HOA management company at
least 10 days prior to the event. The homeowner will be responsible for the costs for any extra
lifeguards needed, reservation of facility space (if available) and non-resident guests. Please contact
the HOA management company for prices, availability and necessary forms.
Residents will receive a guest pass with a total of 20 guests allowed through the season.
Residents have a limit of 5 guests at a time unless having a approved event as outlined in the homeowner
PARKING LOT AND VEHICLES
Pedestrians have the right of way. Speed limit is 10 MPH. Park bicycles in bicycle rack.
Handicap parking places are for use by those who have an authorized handicap sticker or
POOL VIOLATIONS: Violation of pool rules by a resident or their guests will be recorded in the
violation registry. Enclosed is a copy of the policy.
THESE RULES AND REGULATIONS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE AT ANY TIME AS DEEMED
NECESSARY BY OWNER/DEVELOPER, POOL MANAGEMENT AND IN ACCORDANCE WITH
TATE, LOCAL AND FEDERAL GUIDELINES CONCERNING COVID-19.