Pool Rules and Regulations

CRYSTAL POND AT WINDHAM
POOL SAFETY RULES
2021

SAFETY IS A JOINT RESPONSIBILITY

Please read the safety rules outlined herein.  If you have any questions, we will be happy to discuss them with you.  We are required to notify you of these rules, to ensure that water rescue equipment is at the pool area and that swimming area is maintained in a sanitary manner.  If you notice any problem with the water quality or absence of water rescue equipment, please notify management at once 518-432-9705. This pool safety plan can be printed off the Crystal Pond website.

After you have read it, print it out and please sign the tear-off section provided and return to management.

YOUR SAFETY IS IMPORTANT TO US

It will be the responsibility of all unit owners to advise their present and future tenants of the rules and regulations and proof of tenants acknowledgment must be provided to management by separate sign-off as that required by homeowners.  Extra Safety Rule brochures for signature by Tenants will be provided upon request.

 POLICING IS EVERYONE’S RESPONSIBILITY AT

CRYSTAL POND AT WINDHAM

Swimming Pool Rules                                                               

  • This is not a public pool.  The Board of Directors has the right to deny the use of the swimming pool to anyone at any time and any owner, renter or board member and the Crystal Pond Manager may challenge anyone not known to them in the pool area.
  • Pool hours-10:00 AM to 7:00 PM.
  • No diving, jumping or running in the pool area.
  • No bottles or breakables in or around the pool.
  • No beach ball, Frisbees, inflatable or Styrofoam floats or other large floating objects.
  • All children under 18 must be accompanied and supervised by an adult when in the pool or pool area.
  • For sanitary reasons, children not potty trained or in diapers will not be allowed in the pool.
  • Please cover pool furniture with adequate coverage to protect it from damaging oils and lotions.
  • No pets in or around pool.
  • No loud music, please.
  • No smoking within the fenced area of the pool.

CLEANLINESS OF THE POOL IS EVERYONE’S RESPONSIBILITY

CRYSTAL POND AT WINDHAM
2021 POOL SAFETY RULES

  • NEVER SWIM ALONE. A minimum of two adults, 18 years of age or older, must be present whenever this facility is in use.
  • THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE FOR ADEQUATE SUPERVISION. A parent or guardian must accompany children under 18 years of age.
  • IN CASE OF EMERGENCY, NOTIFY THE FACILITY OPERATOR AND CONTACT HELP AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. A free telephone is provided at this facility.  Telephone numbers for the nearest medical service are posted.
  • Only use this facility during posted hours of operation.
  • Do not drink alcoholic beverages and swim.
  • Non-swimmers and weak swimmers should not go in water that is more than chest deep.  The ability to maintain stable footing (due to the body’s natural buoyancy) and to keep your face out of water is affected in deep water.
  • Inflatable floatation devices, such as rafts, “swimmies” and other toys can pose a serious safety hazard.  Such devices are not designed to act as life preservers; they often can tip over or deflate.  Non-swimmers may have a false of sense of security and go into water too deep for their swimming ability.
  • Diving or Jumping into the pool is prohibited.
  • Do not swim if there is threat of lightning, thunderstorms, heavy rains and hail storms or fog resulting in reduced visibility.

 

CRYSTAL POND AT WINDHAM
2021 POOL SAFETY RULES

I have read and understand the bathing safety rules at this facility.  I understand there will be no lifeguard at this facility.  I will abide by the rules listed in this brochure.

Please fill in your name and unit number in the lines below and sign and date were specified.  Thank you!

274 COUNTY ROUTE 65 – SUITE 1000 – HENSONVILLE, NY 12439

NAME:____________________________________

UNIT#:____________________________________

DATE:_____________________________________

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