Swimming Pool

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Our great swim facility,  which includes a children's splash park, is home to the Glen Abbey Gators, our neighborhood swim team.

POOL HOURS 2016

Pool Rules and Regulations

  • Improper behavior, including but not limited to profanity or disregard for any pool rules, is strictly prohibited. Lifeguards, an HOA Board member, and/or Property Manager have complete authorization to take any necessary action to ensure that the offending party/parties leave the pool area. The offending party/parties may be denied further access to the pool area.
  • Residents need cards issued by HOA office to access the pool.
  • Swimming at your own risk or unsupervised is prohibited by everyone except in wading pool and during lifeguard "breaks". During Lifeguard breaks, ONLY residents and guests over 16 years of age are allowed in the pool. Each person may have a child age three and under accompany them during the breaks.
  • The pool is open ONLY to Glen Abbey residents, who are current with the Association dues, and their guests. Each resident under the age of 18 may bring one guest. No more than six guests per household.
  • All children under the age of 12 must be accompanied and supervised, at all times, by a resident over the age of 16.
  • Reusable swim pants are required to be worn, by all children age 4 and under. Disposable diapers, including but not limited to "Swimmies" are prohibited in the swimming pool, wading pool, or splash area. Lifeguards are instructed to check for compliance and the child will be given a wrist band to verify that this policy has been adhered to.
  • There are no lifeguard on duty at the wading pool. Parents are responsible for supervising their children at all times.
  • The wading pool is for children under the age of six and for non-swimmers.
  • Admission to the pool may be denied to any person having a skin infection; rash, eye, or ear discharge; communicable disease; excessive sunburn; and open sores. All cuts must be covered by waterproof bandaging.
  • In order that damage to the filter system be minimized, proper swim attire must be worn. No cut offs are allowed.
  • Pets are prohibited from the pool area.
  • No glass containers, bottles, etc. are permitted in the pool area.
  • No littering. Waste receptacles are provided.
  • No alcoholic beverage must be consumed in or around the pool area by persons under the age of twenty one.
  • Parents will be held responsible for the actions of their children.
  • No bikes, skates, or rollerblades are permitted inside the pool area.
  • No gum is permitted in the pool area.
  • No furniture or equipment may be removed from the pool area or used in any inappropriate manner.
  • No diving is permitted in the pool area.
  • No smoking is permitted in the pool area.
  • No standing on, sitting on, or jumping from the lane ropes, buoys, or starting blocks is permitted.
  • No balls other than the soft foam balls are permitted in the pool area.
  • A kickboard will be used only for its intended purpose. It may not be used as a baseball bar, tennis racket, or for hitting another swimmer.
  • No running is allowed in the pool area.
  • Small flotation devices are allowed at the discretion of the lifeguards who may limit the use of number of these devices.
  • Lifeguard stands are off limits to anyone other than the lifeguards.
  • All music devices shall be maintained at a volume so as not to disturb others.
  • The pool gate must remain closed at all times.
  • Entrance to the pool is through the gate ONLY. Climbing the fence is prohibited. Using the pool, when it is closed, is trespassing and against the law.
  • All parties, neighborhood and/or private, shall adhere to the Glen Abbey Pool Party Rules and Regulations.
  • Please follow lifeguards instructions during lightning and thunder. For your safety and well being, all pool users will be asked to stay out of the pool for 30 minutes after thunder is heard and all will be asked to leave the pool area for 30 minutes after lightning strike. The lifeguards are trained to follow the guidelines based off the National Weather Service/American Red Cross Training.