All residents are required to follow the listed rules, as approved by the Greenbrook HOA:
- All residents are required to sign in with the lifeguard upon entering the pool area. If they have non-resident guests, they must register them with the lifeguard as well. If no lifeguard is present, they must sign in on the sheet provided.
- All residents who register guests at the pool must stay in the pool area with their guests at all times. Unaccompanied non-residents will be asked to leave the pool if they are not with their resident guest.
- No smoking in or around the pool area.
- No animals are allowed in the pool area.
- Bikes are to be locked at the rack. No bikes in the pool area.
- No running on the pool deck, and no malicious horseplay in the water.
- All parents with children under the age of 9 must remain poolside with their children at all times. Parents must be within visual and auditory range of their children at all times.
- Children over the age of 6 are not allowed in the wading pool.
- Children under the age of 3, or any child that is not potty trained are required to use swim diapers and plastic pants before entering the water.
- It is the parents’ responsibility to supervise their children on the Green Belt. Children are not allowed to climb trees, neighboring walls or gates, pull on the branches or pull leaves off of the trees.
- No skateboarding is allowed on or near the pool deck, on planters or any walls. They are allowed on the sidewalk only.
- All drivers must park legally in allotted parking areas. Do not block access to any homeowner’s driveway, in the middle of the street, or near fire hydrants.
- Lifeguards are not allowed to let anyone inside pool area. Homeowners must have their key.
All residents and non-resident swim team members are required to follow the listed rules during swim team practices, as approved by the Greenbrook HOA:
- All parents and children not undertaking instruction are to remain on the Green Belt during their practice times, NOT ON THE POOL DECK.
- All resident and non-resident parents need to drop off their children no more than 5 minutes before their child’s practice and pick them up within 5 minutes of the end of their individual practices. Please be on time to pick up your swimmer.
- If a child or children are disruptive during a practice, he/she/they may be asked to leave the pool, by either a coach or member of the Swim Team Board or the HOA board, and sent home with a warning for the parent to review and acknowledge.
- All swim team members are only allowed to enter the pool deck area through the north side gates facing the Santa Adele cul-de-sac, on the opposite sides of the bathrooms.
- All swimmers are to wait on the upper area of the pool deck only before their allotted swim times. The swim coaches will accompany them to the pool during their swim time, and will escort them back to the upper deck area afterwards to be dismissed or picked up by a parent.
- The Greenbrook HOA will designate a drop off and pick up area for parents to pick up and drop their children before and after practices in conjunction with the swim team.
All residents are required to follow the listed rules during swim team practices, as approved by the Greenbrook HOA:
- All residents will have access to the 4th lane during swim practices. If there are no swimmers in that lane during a practice, the swim team may occupy the lane. If a resident requests the use of that lane, they may do so by addressing the Head Coach or lifeguard.
- During swim team practices, no residents are allowed to sign in non-resident guests.
- For children under the age of 9, parents are required to be pool side, and must remain within visual and auditory range of their children.
- Swim team families are asked to respect the instructional time that is being given to fellow members of the swim team and wait until Lane 4 has been cleared by a coach or after practice is over before using that lane. The added space gives a better coaching experience for the swimmers and is for the good of the team in its entirety.
These rules and regulations have been approved by the Greenbrook HOA, and are for the safety of all swimmers. The Greenbrook HOA’s main goals are to reduce liability, reduce risk of injury, and to ensure that all residents have pool access while promoting the wellness and camaraderie of our resident children. Parents – You are ultimately responsible for the safety of your child. Please lifeguard your child at all times and ensure that all regulations are being followed so we can keep the pool and greenbelt area safe for everybody.