The purpose of these rules and regulations is to ensure the use of the swimming pool area and recreational facilities by owners, tenants and guests with a minimum of interference from inappropriate or dangerous behavior of others.
- No diving and no lifeguard on duty, swim at your own risk.
- Pool hours are from dusk to dawn daily. Residents must accompany their guests to the pool and remain with them.
- Pool access with key FOB only. You are responsible for entry of any persons you allow to enter without a FOB. The pool gate is to remain closed at all times.
- All swimmers must shower before entering pool.
- Parents are responsible for the supervision, safety and conduct of their children always. Only children 12 years of age or over will be allowed to use the pool without parental supervision. Any children under 12 must be accompanied by a parent or an adult guardian.
- No running, pushing or other horseplay is allowed on the pool deck area. This includes dunking, chasing and cannonballing.
- Owners are responsible for any damages done by themselves, their children tenants and guests.
- Lifesaving equipment is regulated by law and must not be removed except in an emergency.
- No glass is allowed within the fenced pool enclosure.
- No toys, (except designated pool items) bicycles, roller skates, roller blades or skateboards are allowed within the pool enclosure.
- Litter is to be placed in the receptacles provided.
- No animals, pets or strays are allowed within the pool enclosure. Certified working dogs for disabled personas are allowed in the pool area.
- Infants and children not toilet trained are required to wear plastic pants (not disposable diapers) in the pool.
- Maximum number of swimmers at one time is 39.
- Do not swallow the pool water, it is recirculated.
- Do not use the pool if you are ill with diarrhea.
If you see anyone loitering around the pool after it closes at 10 p.m. call the Pasco County Public Safety Communications Unit at 727-847-8102 and report it.
Do not attempt to remove anyone from the pool by yourself. Call 9-1-1.