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IMPORTANT NOTICE!!!! Babies and children who are not yet toilet trained MUST wear swim diapers while swimming. This will prevent severe E. coli infections. Another reason for this is that disposable diapers can disintegrate and cause damage to the filter system.

  1. The hours the pool is open for use are as follows:
    Weekdays: 10:00 am—9:00 pm available for any homeowner and families. 9:00—10:00 pm adults only.
    Saturday and Sunday: same as weekdays.

    Note: The Board of Directors may designate special occasions as adults only when scheduled by the Social Committee.
    These hours were selected so maintenance could be performed on the pool. During the maintenance time, the pool is vacuumed, the filters cleaned, and the water treated with chemicals. Because these chemicals can cause irritation or harm to the body, the pool will be locked and no one will be allowed in the pool area until the pool is safe. If the chemicals cannot keep the pool balanced, the pool will have to be closed on day a week to help balance the chemicals. This can occur during very hot, long, dry periods. In this event the pool will be closed on Mondays and a sign posted stating that the pool is closed. Please be patient if this occurs; it will be for the safety of all.
     
  2. No one under the age of 14 will be allowed in the pool area unless escorted by an adult (18 years or older).
  3. To keep the annual assessments as low as possible, the board of directors elected not to hire a lifeguard for the pool. Because of this we cannot allow unescorted children in the pool area. Due to legal obligations and the safety of our children, this rule should be adhered to and enforced by every member of the Homeowners Association. In addition, teenagers ages 14 to 17 may only have two friends in the pool area when they are unescorted by an adult.

    Keep the pool area, clubhouse, and restrooms clean. The homeowners are maintaining the pool area, clubhouse, and restrooms. Help make their work easier and your facilities more enjoyable by picking up after yourself and your children. Put cigarettes in the ashtrays and trash in the trashcans. Check after your young children have used the bathrooms to make sure there is no mess.
    4. Please return chairs to the places you found them. Do not remove pool furniture from inside the fence
    5. Roll down the umbrellas after use. High winds can lift the umbrellas and cause injury to others and loss of the umbrellas.
    6. Please be courteous and do not “reserve” a lounge chair for later use by leaving your towel on it for long periods of time when you are not using the chair.
    7. No glass in the pool area. THIS INCLUDES ADULT PARTIES!! If you must use glass, take it in the clubhouse.
    8. No eating while sitting or standing in the pool.
    9. No running, shoving, or dunking allowed in the pool area.
    10. No pets allowed inside the fenced area of the pool or inside the clubhouse.
    11. No swimming during thunderstorms
    12. No abusive or threatening language will be tolerated.
    13. No small objects should be thrown in the pool (coins, keys, small toys, etc.); these objects can severely damage the pumps and filtration system. No balls or toys to be thrown around pool area---only balls intended for water play are allowed.
    14. Please keep the gate to the pool area locked at all times, even when swimming. This is to prevent use by non-members and unescorted children.
    15. No member shall lend his or her key to anyone else for access to the pool area. No member shall have access to the facilities unless his assessment dues have been paid. No non-member shall have access to the facilities unless accompanied by a member in good standing. Guests must abide by all rules.
    16. Violations of these rules will be handled as follows:
    a. First offense—Violator will be asked to leave the pool area for the remainder of the day. Parent (homeowner) will be contacted by a Social Committee Director and notified of the first violation.
    b. Second offense—Violator will be asked to leave the pool area for the remainder of the day. Parent (homeowner) will be contacted by a Social Committee Director and notified of the second violation.
    c. Third offense—Violator’s pool privileges will be suspended until the parent (homeowner) has paid a $25.00 fine. Parent (homeowner) will be notified by a Social Committee Director.
    d. Fourth offense—Violator’s pool privileges will be suspended for the duration of the pool season. Only a Board of Director’s vote may lift suspension. This must be requested in writing by the parent (homeowner) at a regularly scheduled Homeowners Association meeting. Parent (homeowner) will be notified of the Board’s decision by an Officer of the Board by mail.

    Let’s have a safe, fun summer at the pool. Please be courteous and aware of everyone’s right to enjoy the facilities.
     
 
Community Meeting

The Hampshire Village Homeowners' regular meeting is the first Tuesday of every month at 7:30pm.  Come out and be a part of the action!

Winter Weather
Winter is sure to bring some snow and ice.  Remember to go slow and watch for children playing.  Cars will slide when the roads freeze so remember to assess the conditions before driving on the roads.
Safety Tip!
Before you dig, CALL 1-800-282-7411 to have your underground utility lines marked.
 
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