Pool Info and Policies

Hawkseye Pool Policies

2017

Opening Date: Friday, May 26th at 8am

Closing Date: Sunday, September 17 at 8:00pm

Hours of Operation:   6:00 am – 8:00 am (Lap Swim Only)
                                        
8:00 am – 9:00 pm (Open Swim)


Pool Management Company:

Coastline Pool Services (CPS) will manage the pool this year. Coastline will be responsible for maintaining the pool area, maintaining the chemicals for the pool, and cleaning the pool.  Each morning, an attendant will conduct a daily inspection of the building, supplies, equipment and furniture to ensure that nothing is damaged or missing.

Outdoor Kitchen:

The kitchen is there for everyone’s convenience.  Please be courteous and clean up after each use.  Notify a pool committee member if the current tank of grill gas is empty.

Cleaning Service

CPS will also coordinate the cleaning, and will be responsible for the pool deck, furniture, outdoor kitchen, and bathroom cleaning. 

Lifeguard:

There will be no Lifeguards on duty this season except for pool parties which may require them. When the guard is on duty they are in charge at all times and have the authority to enforce all pool rules.

Unguarded Pool Policy:

The pool will be available for property owners and their guests to use during open hours. During these times, use of the pool and pool area will be at the owners’ and their guests’ own risk. To use the pool, all property owners and guests must be at least 14 years old or be supervised by someone 18 or older.

Penalties for Underage Swimming or other Violation of Pool Rules/Policies:

The following penalties will be imposed for property owners and their families who do not follow the pool rules/policies:

          For the first offense, the property owners will receive a verbal warning.

          For the second offense, pool privileges for all family members and guests (which includes all your pool passes should you have more than one) will be deactivated for a period of one week.

          For the third offense, pool privileges will be disallowed for the balance of the season for all family members and their guests.

The pool management company or any property owner can report offenses of age limit or other rules/policies to a Pool Committee or Board Member. The property owner(s) will then be contacted and appropriate action will be taken.

                                Ryan Short                          302-542-8424

                                Mark Fitzgerald                 302-260-2038

Pool Access:

The pool gate will be locked at all times by the electronic locking system.  The gate should not be propped open nor should a pool pass be left for others to use.  Entering and exiting the pool area requires a pool pass. This means that you will need the pool pass to enter the pool area. This pass will be registered to individual property owners and will electronically log when you enter and exit the pool area. It is mandatory that all property owners, family members and their guests use their own passes to enter and exit the pool.

Pool Pass:

Pool passes can be obtained by paying the required fee. The first pass costs $15.00; all subsequent passes, $20.00. Property owners can purchase up to four passes if needed. Upon receipt of the required fee, the appropriate number of passes will be activated and given to the property owner. Once you have a pass, it can be used indefinitely. If you lose a pass, report it immediately to Pam Glick (847-772-2988) so the pass can be deactivated. A replacement pass will be issued for $20.00. If you are moving, please contact Pam; the new homeowner can obtain passes as discussed above.

Your pass will only work during times the pool is open. When the pool is not available for use, the pass will not allow entry. The pool and pool area are not to be used after the posted closing time.

Except for immediate family members, overnight house guests and child care providers (18 or over rule applies), your pool pass may not be used by anyone without the property owner being present. Failure to comply will result in the penalties stated above.

Pool Area Maintenance:

As noted above, Coastline Pool Services will be cleaning the bathrooms, pool deck area, kitchen, and furniture. However, it will be the responsibility of those property owners using the pool to clean up the pool area and ensure that all pool furniture is properly arranged and the umbrellas closed (to prevent damage from winds).  Each person is also responsible for maintaining the neatness and cleanliness of the pool area by disposing of their trash in the bins provided. The bathrooms will remain unlocked so they will be available for use at all times. We have installed light sensors in the bathrooms so lights will automatically come on when you enter. If you notice any damage or equipment missing when you enter or leave the pool area, please report it immediately to a Pool Committee Member. The cleaning schedule is the following:

·         On Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday CPS will arrange furniture, pick up trash and pool toys, empty trash cans, wipe down tables and kitchen.

·         On Monday, Wednesday and Friday CPS will clean the restrooms, refill supplies and empty the trash.

Safety:

          Emergency telephone - There is an outside phone for emergency (911) use only.  Remember, for all emergencies, dial 911 and give the location of the pool which is 35459 Red Tail Court, Lewes, DE 19958.

          First Aid Kit- One is provided in the outdoor kitchen

          AED Defibrillator- One is provided and will be hung on the pool house wall

          Fire Extinguishers are located in the outdoor kitchen & at the side of the pool pump room

          Bathroom lights are activated by both motion and light sensors and will activate only when someone enters and it is fairly dark.

Internet Wi-Fi is available: Network:  Hawkseye;  Password: hawkseye pool

Pool Parties:

Pool parties are available; however you must fill out a pool party reservation form in advance for approval by the Pool Committee.  Depending on the number and age of guests a lifeguard may be required during a pool party at the host owner’s expense. The host family is responsible for set-up, cleaning afterwards, and all expenses stemming from the party.

Parking:

First come, first served basis. You must have a Hawkseye tag on your vehicle or you may be subject to towing. Guest parking permits are available in the main hallway for your guests. Guest vehicles must display a properly completed guest parking pass or be subject to towing.

Hawkseye Pool Contacts:

·         Mark Fitzgerald 302-260-2038

·         Ryan Short 302-542-8424

Coastline Pool Services :

·         302-945-1833 Office 

2017 Hawkseye Pool Rules and Policies

1.            It’s summertime, so all guests must have fun.  No crying, whining, complaining, teasing, or fighting.  Applies to everyone, not just children.

2.            No lifeguard on duty.  Swim at your own risk, and never swim alone.

3.            Children under the age of 14 must be accompanied by an adult (someone over the age of 18)

4.            Do not allow other residents/guests to access pool with your keycard because keycards may be deactivated for violations or financial reasons.

5.            Do not prop the pool gate open; a locked gate is required by law.

6.            For safety reasons, do not use the slide head first. Obey all posted slide rules.

7.            Swim diapers must be worn at all times for toddlers and infants.  Fecal accidents must be reported to Coastline Pool Service Immediately 302-945-1833 or 302-420-3000.

8.            No glass containers are permitted in the pool area.

9.            No Boogie Boards or Skim Boards allowed in the pool.

10.        Please be considerate of others at the pool and our neighbors. Keep the noise level down and refrain from using foul language, profanity, and smoking.  Radios, CD players, Ipods, etc. must be kept at a low volume.

11.        Proper swim attire must be worn.  Loose threads clog the pump and trigger costly repairs.

12.        Please clean up after yourself.  Trash and refuse must be placed in the proper container.  Close umbrellas after each use so the high winds don’t destroy them.

13.        Running, shoving, fighting, and other forms of horseplay are prohibited in or around the pool. Bikes, skateboards, roller blades, etc. are not to be ridden or stored in the pool area.

14.        No pets are allowed inside the pool fence.

15.        Vacate the pool area immediately if lightning is seen or thunder is heard.

16.        Violation of these rules may result in loss of privileges depending on the severity of the issue (at the discretion of the Pool Committee):

      First violation is generally a warning.

      Second violation will generally be a 1-week suspension (deactivate card access)

      Final violation will generally result in eviction for the balance of the season (deactivate card access)

Report serious violations to the Pool Committee:

Ryan Short 302-542-8424

Mark Fitzgerald 302-260-2038


Hawkseye Property Owners Association 2017 Pool Party Reservation Form 


Property Owner ____________________________________________________________________



Address_____________________________________ Phone________________________________

                                                                                       

Date                                           Rain Date                                         Time                                                         

                                                                                                                        From                           To

          PLEASE SUBMIT FORM AT LEAST 3 WEEKS PRIOR TO REQUESTED DATE

          Number of People:

 

Property Owners 

Guests

Adults

 

 

Children 6 and under

 

 

Children 7-12

 

 

Children 13-17

 

 

Property Owners may reserve time at the pool for parties; however the pool will NOT be closed to the rest of the community during this time.   Lifeguards may be required for private parties.  It will be the responsibility of the party host to pay for all lifeguards needed (15 kids per lifeguard is typical).  On receipt of this form the Pool Committee will coordinate with Coastline to determine the lifeguard requirements.  Hawkseye POA reserves the right to cancel this reservation agreement with no liability to the Association or any Owner of property in Hawkseye, if at any time it determines that the condition of the facilities or the weather are unsafe or are otherwise unsuitable for the event being planned.  

Costs

RESERVATION FEE: $50.00 payable to Hawkseye POA with a maximum of 50 guests. Property Owners reserving the pool facility are responsible for cleaning up after their event.  Any additional cleaning/maintenance fees that the HPOA incurs due to the extra cleaning or damage of property will be the sole responsibility of the hosting Property Owner to reimburse the HPOA.

LIFEGUARDS: Coastline can furnish Certified Lifeguards for parties at a rate of $20 per hour, 4 hour minimum.  At least 2 weeks’ notice is required to arrange for the lifeguards to be scheduled.

Drop off pool reservation form & check to either Ryan Short at 37504 Golden Eagle Blvd or Mark Fitzgerald at 37501 Golden Eagle along with lifeguard check made out to Coastline Pool Services.  A cash gratuity of $10-$20 paid to the lifeguard is suggested.

 

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                                                Signature 

 

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