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COVID-19 POOL POLICY
 
Posted on Jul 2, 2020
 
The Ormond Lakes Pool will be opening up on July 7, 2020, with the following restrictions:
 
1. A sign will be posted at the only gate that has access to the pool (other gate will be locked) with the following information:
a. As per the Center for Disease Control (CDC) recommendations, our pool will be limited to 15 people swim load
b. Residents only
c. Residents are asked to limit their time and be respectful to other residents
d. Practice Social Distancing and use hand sanitizer
e. Pool hours : 9am to 8pm
2. Sanitizers will be placed at the entrance to the pool, inside both bathrooms, tennis courts and office
3. Restrooms will be open from 9am to 8pm and the doors will be left open during those hours
4. Maintenance will sanitize bathrooms, gate to the tennis courts and gate to the pool, including railing, at 8am , Noon and 3pm Monday thru Friday
5. No HOA furniture will be placed on the pool deck, homeowners will have to bring their own. At the discretion of the President he can place markers on the ground at the pool deck to define social distancing 6ft guidelines
6. An waiver Agreement form is to be signed by residents before using the pool 
 

 
The Ormond Lakes Community Pool is for residents and their accompanied guests.
 
POOL HOURS
7AM TO 10PM   MARCH - OCTOBER
7AM TO  5 PM   NOVEMBER - FEBRUARY
 
POOL RULES
  • SHOWER BEFORE ENTERING THE POOL
  • NO GLASS CONTAINERS IN POOL OR ON POOL DECK
  • NO ANIMALS IN POOL OR ON POOL DECK
  • NO LIFEGUARD ON DUTY.  SWIM AT YOUR OWN RISK
  • ADULTS MUST ACCOMPANY CHILDREN UNDER 16
  • BATHING LOAD 30 PERSONS AT ONE TIME
  • PLEASE PUT A TOWEL ON FURNITURE BEFORE SITTING OR LYING DOWN
  • IN CASE OF EMERGENCY CALL 911
  • NO DIVING
 
THREE STEPS FOR ALL SWIMMERS
 
KEEP GERMS FROM CAUSING RECREATIONAL WATER ILLNESSES (RWIS):
 
  • DON'T SWIM WHEN YOU HAVE DIARRHEA. YOU CAN SPREAD GERMS IN THE WATER AND MAKE OTHER PEOPLE SICK.
  • DON'T SWALLOW THE POOL WATER. AVOID GETTING WATER IN YOUR MOUTH.
  • PRACTICE GOOD HYGIENE. SHOWER WITH SOAP BEFORE SWIMMING AND WASH YOUR HANDS AFTER USING THE TOILET OR CHANGING DIAPERS. GERMS ON YOUR BODY END UP IN THE WATER.
 
THREE STEPS FOR PARENTS OF YOUNG KIDS
 
KEEP GERMS OUT OF THE POOL:
 
  • TAKE YOUR KIDS ON BATHROOM BREAKS OR CHECK DIAPERS OFTEN. WAITING TO HEAR "I HAVE TO GO" MAY MEAN THAT IT'S TOO LATE.
  • CHANGE DIAPERS IN A BATHROOM OR A DIAPER-CHANGING AREA AND NOT AT POOLSIDE. GERMS CAN SPREAD IN AND AROUND THE POOL.
  • WASH YOUR CHILD THOROUGHLY (ESPECIALLY THE REAR END) WITH SOAP AND WATER BEFORE SWIMMING. INVISIBLE AMOUNTS OF FECAL MATTER CAN END UP IN THE POOL.
 
 
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have made brochures available aimed at raising awareness about recreational water illness (RWIs) and are designed for distribution to all swimmers and parents with young children. Please view and/or download this very informative Brochure on Healthy Swimming & Recreational Water Topics.
 
 
 
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