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Please review the pool rules and provide your written acknowledgement of the rules below. Your electronic signature on this form is considered as binding as your signature on the (old) paper pool contracts. Your signature confirms that:
  • you have read and understand the pool rules,
  • you agree to abide by the pool rules and you accept responsibility for the conduct of yourself, your family, and your guests, and 
  • you will not hold the Hartland Homeowners Association (HHA), any director, committee member, employee, or contractor of the HHA liable for any injury to person or loss of property, including death, while you, your family, or your guests are at the pool, the pool facility, the clubhouse, or the club grounds. 
POOL RULES, approved 10 April 2023
The lifeguards and pool manager on duty have the authority to enforce all rules, exercising their discretion after considering relevant environmental factors (crowd size, weather, etc.). They have the authority to request unsafe or discourteous activities be stopped and they have the authority to remove members and guests who fail to comply with their requests. Refusal to comply with requests from the lifeguards or repeated violations of the rules will be referred to the HHA Property Manager and may result in a member or guest forfeiting pool access for the remainder of the season.
For the purposes of this document, all references to ‘pool’ include the pool deck, pool house, and the pool itself.
  1. Everyone entering the pool area is expected to observe posted pool hours and rules. 
  2. Everyone entering the pool area must check in at the front desk.
  3. Anyone jumping the pool fence will be barred from the pool for the remainder of the season.
  4. Children 13 years of age and under must be accompanied by an adult 17 years of age or older. ID may be requested of the supervising adult to confirm they meet the age requirements.
  5. Guest fees must be paid prior to guests entering the pool area.  Guests must always be accompanied by their sponsoring member.
  6. Babysitter passes are assigned to a family for the duration of the pool season; the person using the pass may vary during the summer. Persons using a babysitter pass to enter the pool area must always be accompanied by their babysitting charge(s). 
  7. People with contagious illnesses, open sores, or fever are not allowed at the pool. 
Food and beverages
  1. Smoking, vaping, chewing tobacco, and gum are not permitted at the pool. 
  2. Breakable items (glass, ceramic, etc.) are not permitted at the pool.  
  3. Food and beverages are never allowed in the pool but may be consumed on the pool deck.
  4. Every pool visitor is responsible for disposing of their trash in the designated containers.  
Toys and personal safety items
  1. Inflatables are not permitted at the pool, except for life vests, life jackets, inflatable arm bands, ‘pool noodles’, and similar items designed specifically for the safety of those with poor or no swimming skills. 
  2. Soft balls and small pool toys are allowed in the pool and pool deck. Lifeguards have the authority to clear the pool of any or all toys. When not in active use, balls and other toys must be removed from the pool.  
  3. Objects (toys, food, glasses, etc.) may not be thrown across or above swimmers or sunbathers, nor may ANY object be thrown at a lifeguard or pool manager.
  4. Bicycles, tricycles, battery operated personal transportation devices and similar wheeled devices must be parked at the bike rack outside the gate; they are not permitted at the pool. 
Acceptable behavior
  1. Profanity is not permitted at the pool.
  2. Rough or boisterous play, wrestling, fighting, running, spitting, spouting water, and displays of public affection rated higher than 'G' are not permitted at the pool.
  3. Children who are not potty trained and incontinent adults are required to wear swim diapers i.e., diapers designed specifically for pools, at all times.
  4. During adult swim periods, usually the last 10 minutes of each hour, use of the pool is limited to adults 18 years of age and older and their children 6 years of age or less that remain without one arm's length of their supervising adult.
  5. People under the influence or alcohol or medication that may cause drowsiness may not enter the pool or hot tub. Anyone displaying significantly altered behavior typical of excessive alcohol, drugs, or medication will be asked to leave the pool.
Lap swim lanes
  1. The dedicated lap lanes are intended for lap swimming.
  2. Play and swim lessons are not permitted in the lap lanes when in use by lap swimmers.
  3. If a lap swimmer indicates they wish to begin lap swimming, members and guests not swimming laps should vacate the designated lanes immediately.
Diving well
  1. The diving boards are to be used only for diving; anyone hanging on the boards or using them for other than their intended purpose may be asked to leave the pool. 
  2. Divers may take one bounce on the board prior to their dive.
  3. Divers are the only people allowed in the pool areas between the boards and the ladders. After completing a dive, divers should swim directly to their designated ladder to exit the diving well.
Hot tub
  1. Prior to 6:00 p.m., anyone under the age of 17 must be closely supervised by an adult.   
  2. After 6:00 p.m., hot tub users must be 18 years of age or older.
Baby pool
  1. The baby pool is reserved for children 6 years of age or younger.
  2. Swimmers in the baby pool must be closely supervised by an adult in the fenced baby pool area.
  1. Animals are not permitted on the pool deck or in the pool, except during special events where permission for animals is explicitly granted (ex: the annual Dog Swim).
Pool - Acknowledgement of Rules
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