Pools and Spas

December 12, 2005  Policies, Recreation
Dec 122005
 

ALWAYS OBTAIN ENTRY IN TO THE POOL AREA BY USING YOUR KEY!

IF SOMEONE IS OBSERVED CLIMBING OVER THE GATE OR WALL IT IS ASSUMED THAT A TRESPASS IS OCCURRING AND THERE IS A STRONG POSSIBILITY THAT THE SHERIFF WILL BE CALLED TO MAKE AN ARREST FOR TRESPASSING.

  1. Use of the pool and spa is limited to SMVE residents, the immediate family, and no more than 6 guests at a time. The resident shall be responsible when guests use the pool or spa.
  2. Use of the pool and spa is restricted to between the hours of 6 a.m. and 11 p.m.
  3. No lifeguard is on duty — swim at your own risk!
  4. Children under 16 years of age must be accompanied by an adult.
  5. Gates to the pool area must be kept closed at all times and must not be blocked open.
  6. All persons using the pool or spa must wear swim suits. Infants who normally wear diapers or similar coverings may not use the pool or spa. {See Hygiene section.}
  7. Shower before using the pool or spa and prior to re-entry to the water after applying lotion or oil.
  8. No diving or jumping into the pool or spa.
  9. No running or boisterous conduct is permitted.
  10. The use of roller blades, scooters, etc., is prohibited in the pool area.
  11. Swimming aids are permitted. However, no toys, floating rafts/chairs, bikes, skates, frisbee or ball playing is permitted in the pool or spa area.
  12. No glass containers or bottles are permitted in the pool area. Failure to follow this policy may result in a fine equal to the cost of draining pool or spa and cleaning it.
  13. Food and alcoholic beverages are not permitted in the pool area except in the ramadas. Persons who bring in food or beverages are responsible for cleaning the area they used and removing their trash.
  14. No pets are allowed in the pool or in the pool or spa area.
  15. Violation of these rules may result in a fine and/or suspension of pool/spa privileges

Spa Rules

  1. Children under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult.
  2. Long exposure may result in nausea, dizziness, or fainting.
  3. Hot water immersion while under the influence of alcohol, narcotics, drugs, or medicines may lead to serious consequences and is not recommended for elderly persons, pregnant women, and those with health conditions Individuals requiring medical care should consult with their physician before entering spa.
  4. Do not use the Spa alone.
  5. Let the Spa timer return to OFF automatically.  DO NOT TURN TIMER BACKWARDS!

Updated and approved by SMVE HOA Board of Directors 4/17/2017