Rules

Please read and review the attached rules with each family member, and make sure your children understand the rules and consequences for breaking them. Any questions or concerns regarding the pool policies can be directed to Cathy Lemly at PPM or any of the HOA board members.

POOL RULES 2017

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5 thoughts on “Rules

  1. Holly April 19, 2014 at 6:24 pm Reply

    Are there any rules for the deep end? It seems like kids run and jump and dive in from all three walls, and I worry that there may be a collision, causing a head or neck injury. It was extremely chaotic last summer.

    • Administrator April 25, 2014 at 7:07 am Reply

      Thank you for your question Holly. There are no specific rules regarding the deep end. Lifeguards should be monitoring activity and correcting unruly behavior; however, they are not babysitters and ultimately it is the parent’s responsibility to ensure their child(ren) are acting in a safe manner. During unguarded times, it is expected that pool guests continue to honor the rules – if you witness a minor, or guest, who is behaving irresponsibly, please notify Cathy Lemly at PPM.

  2. genevievelauzon August 22, 2014 at 12:03 pm Reply

    Hi ! I just want to understand why the pool need to close so early. The month of september and even the beginning of october still really nice. My kids are at school and it nice to be able to use the pool for laps or just for the enjoyment. In some other neighbors the pool is open year round.

    Best regards !

  3. genevievelauzon August 22, 2014 at 12:10 pm Reply

    Hi !
    I just want to understand why the pool need to be close so early. The month of september and even the beginning of october still very nice. My kids are at school and I would like to go do some laps or just enjoy the pool. In some neighbors the pool is open year round even if the water is colder some people enjoy that. Best regards !

    • Administrator August 22, 2014 at 3:21 pm Reply

      Thanks for your note… and yes, while the weather in NC is often warm and swimmable into October, the cost to maintain and keep the pool open is rather significant compared to the amount of people who would be using it. The HOA board has explored keeping it open past Labor Day and the cost to do so is prohibitive – even to keep it open without lifeguards – because someone has to come out twice daily to perform chemical checks.

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