The tot lots and exercise equipment remain closed per state guidelines.
The pool and tennis courts are now open with new rules.
TEMPORARY FACILITY USE RULES
The following Temporary Facility Use Rules are intended to make Association facilities accessible to the membership while promoting good hygiene and proper social distancing. Please understand that the risk of infection associated with COVID-19 is an unknown and, while the Association is taking precautions to minimize the risk, there is no way for the risk to be completely eliminated. Thus, please understand that USE OF THE ASSOCIATION FACILITIES IS AT YOUR OWN RISK! Also, please understand that the Association’s ability to keep its facilities open and to mitigate the risk related to COVID-19 is dependent upon everyone working together with social distancing and doing their part to keep everyone as safe as possible.
- Anyone using an Association facility is required to adhere to all of the rules contained herein, as well as existing rules that do not conflict.
- No person may access an Association facility that is sick, that has a fever or a confirmed case of COVID-19. Any person visiting a facility should wash their hands regularly and/or use sanitizer.
- Access to any Association facility is restricted to residents and their household only (unless authorized by the association, in writing and in advance).
- Any facility may be closed at any time, without notice. Residents are required to respect the instructions of any Association agents relating to when the facility is open or closed, as well as any instructions pertaining to proper hygiene or social distancing.
- Any portion of the facility that is closed (e.g., BBQ, play-structure, furnishings) may not be accessed or used at any time.
- All residents accessing the facility are required to bring either disposable sanitary wipes or similar cleaning materials to use on any surfaces in the facility that the resident intends to come into contact with (e.g. to disinfect a door handle before entry or to wipe down a chair). Residents are encouraged to wipe down equipment and/or furnishings both before and after each use as a courtesy to neighbors.
- Residents are required to maintain the minimum safe distance as currently required by the CDC between themselves and any other resident or group. Residents should be respectful of the sentiments of neighbors relating to social distancing.
- The furnishings available within any facility have been placed in a manner to promote proper social distancing. Residents may not move or rearrange any furnishings in a manner that interferes with social distancing or that encourages larger groups. Only one family may occupy any seating station regardless of whether there is additional space available.
- Access to the bathroom at any facility is restricted to one household at a time.
- The spa is closed.
- Additional rules for the tennis courts:
- Singles play permitted with social distancing; doubles play permitted only among members of the same household unit.
- While waiting for courts, please stand 65 feet from entrance and exit gates.
- No congregating or lingering.
- No Pickle ball or other non-tennis activities.
- No coaching.
Any person entering an Association facility assumes any and all risks of illness or injury associated with his or her access to a facility. Neither the Association nor any agent or staff member is responsible for any illness or injury suffered by any person as a result of accessing an Association facility.
Emergency rules adopted by the Board of Directors on 06/15/2020 to be in effect for 120 days.
The annual meeting and election of the Board of Directors has been adjourned to November 5, 2019 due to lack of quorum. The community is only 10 votes away from reaching quorum.
Please return your ballot to Action Property Management as soon as possible. If you need a new ballot, contact Action to have a new one mailed to you.
When a community does not reach quorum, the attorney for the association is required to review the situation and draft a resolution to close the meeting. This will be at a cost to the association, which will potentially cause an increase in assessments.
Please help your community by returning your ballot.