Hi ROSRC Families,
It’s almost summer time…but it is definitely pool time! Our club pool will officially open, as planned, on Friday May 22nd. That said, there are a few stipulations that must be in place to provide all members with a safe and pleasant swimming experience. Please review all of the following guidelines and discuss with your family members prior to your first pool visit.
- Key cards will be activated for those members that have paid their March dues. Activation will occur on opening day, 5/22. If you have not yet paid, you may still put payment in the club mailbox or pay via Paypal.
- Please refrain from coming to the pool if you or a family member have been recently sick.
- Sanitizing spray will be provided by lifeguards, and they will make a cleaning sweep of the pool area every Rest Break. To accommodate this, the break will be extended to 20 minutes, rather than the usual 15 minute time block. It is advised that you spray down your seating area upon arrival and prior to leaving the pool.
- The pool hours will remain the same with Swim at Your Own Risk and lifeguard hours continuing to be the same as in years past.
- Please respect the table grouping and chair setup, and do not move these furniture pieces. Social distancing must remain in place between non-family/guest members.
- No shared pool toys/items will be allowed.
- There will be no Lost and Found, so try to keep up with your personal items.
- There will be guests allowed, but Membership Priority will be in place. If the pool reaches capacity (70 swimmers for this summer) then families with guests will be asked to honor the Membership Priority policy.
- Sign in will be for guests only this year. Member families will not need to sign in upon arrival.
- There will be no diving boards open this summer,
- The playground will remain closed until further notice.
- No parties or pavilion rentals will be allowed for the entirety of the summer.
- Please be supportive of lifeguards and respectful to others. This is new to all of us, and it’s important that you do your part to make these guidelines work effectively.
*** Special note from Positively Pools:
Member cooperation is imperative during these unusual times. It is expected that members abide by the guidelines on their own, as well as fully cooperate in a respectful and reasonable measure when asked to do so by lifeguard staff. There will be zero tolerance for combative or argumentative members while we are trying to regulate safe pool use. The controlled reduction of spreading COVID-19 and return to the lifestyle we enjoyed prior to lockdown is contingent upon us all doing our part, and cooperating and following rules both governed and logical.
ROSRC Public Relations[email protected]