Updated 2020 Pool Guidelines& Rules


 POOL OPENS JUNE 13, 2020

The pool will be opened with the following understandings:
  • Per Executive order of Governor Greg Abbott, currently the pool may operate at up to 50%capacity. This would be 60 people for our pool.This limit may be changed upon the Governor’s order. This is self-policing. If you see more than 60people,come back later.  If the HOA is notified by any City agency of this guideline being violated, the pool may be closed.
  • Everyone must use available resources to adhere to the Governor’s minimum standard health protocols currently published at www.dshs.texas.gov/coronavirus.
    • Avoid being in groups larger than 10
    • Minimize in-person contact with others not in that individual's group
    • Maintain 6 ft.separation from members not in that individual's group
    • Consider wearing a face covering or mask when not in water
    • Wash or disinfect hands after any interaction with others outside your group or after contact with common items
    • Clean and sanitize recreation water equipment before and after use
    • Self-screen before arriving at pool(if you are sick,do not come to the pool)
  • Also,from the Texas Department of State Health Services Protocol for Parks/Beaches/Bodies of Water (including Pools):  The virus that causes COVID-19 can spread to others by infected persons who have few or no symptoms.  Even if an infected person is only mildly ill, the people they spread it to may become seriously ill or even die, especially if that person is 65 or older with pre-existing health conditions that place them at higher risk.Because of the hidden nature of this threat, everyone should rigorously follow the practices specified in these protocols, all of which facilitate a safe and measured reopening of Texas. The virus that causes COVID-19 is still circulating in our communities. We should continue to observe practices that protect everyone, including those who are most vulnerable. 
  • Additional information regarding the pool:
    • Pool chairs will be locked and unavailable for general use. For now, members will need to bring a chair if they wish to use one
    • The water cooler will not be available
    • Bring your own hand sanitizer and/or wipes
    • Refer to the “Braddock Place Estates HOA Pool Rules 2020” for additional information
  • By entering the pool gate, the homeowner/family member/guest:
    • Acknowledges reading and accepting the above rules and guidelines
    • Acknowledges an understanding of COVID related risks
    • Accepts these COVID related risks as they apply to our HOA's pool and its use 

Pool Guidelines

 
Upon purchasing your new home, you became a member of the Homeowners' Association (HOA). All HOA members - in good standing - have access to the Community Amenities. The pool and cabana are behind a key card-access gate for security reasons. YOU MUST HAVE AN ACCESS KEY CARD TO ENTER THE POOL AREA. One card is allowed per household and cards are good year after year. If you do not have a card or are in need of a replacement card, contact NMI by e-mail at poolkey@nmitx.com. Remember, it is not recommended that anyone swim alone and there is No Lifeguard on Duty so supervision of children is MANDATORY.    

Pool Rules

  • IN CASE OF AN EMERGENCY, CALL 9-1-1! THE EMERGENCY PHONE IS LOCATED OUTSIDE THE MAIN GATE.
  • NO LIFEGUARD ON DUTY - SWIM AT YOUR OWN RISK!
  • No Diving. No Running, Rough or Dangerous Play, or Pushing Permitted in or Around the Pool Area.
  • Children Under 16 Must Be Accompanied by an Adult (18 or older).
  • DO NOT Swim Alone.
  • Do Not Alter or Remove Safety Equipment.
  • No Pets Allowed in the Pool Area Unless it is a Service Animal (Per Texas State Health Code 265.203-F).
  • Glass is Not Permitted Inside Pool Gates. No Food or Beverage is Allowed In or Near the Water.
  • Person(s) With Contagious Disease, Diarrhea, Skin Abrasions, or Open Sores Will Not Be Allowed in the Pool.
  • Swim Diapers Are Required. Diaper Changes MUST Be Made in the Restroom Facility.
  • No Smoking, E-Cigarettes, or Alcohol Permitted.
  • No Skateboards, Bikes, Scooters, Roller Skates or Rollerblades Inside the Pool Gates.
  • Rafts and Other Large Flotation Devices Are Prohibited. Volleyball Nets Are Not Allowed in the Pool.
  • Any Child Who Cannot Swim Must be Accompanied in the Water by an Adult and Must Wear a Properly Fitted U.S. Coast Guard Approved Life Vest.
  • Use of Pool Furniture is on a First Come First Serve Basis. No Saving Seats. No Furniture is allowed in the Pool.
  • Maximum of Four Guests per Household. Guests Must be Accompanied by an Adult (18 or Older) Member.
  • Please Pick Up All Belongings and Dispose of Trash in the Designated Trash Receptacles.
  • HOA Assumes No Responsibility For Loss, Theft, or Damage to Personal Property or Effects.
  • HOA Assumes No Responsibility or Liability for Personal Injury to Anyone Resulting From Use of the Pool.It is the responsibility of each resident to see that these rules are enforced in order to maintain a safe pool area for the use of all concerned. The Board of Directors has the obligation and right to suspend the membership and pool privileges of any member who is delinquent in their HOA assessments or who abuses their privileges by creating a safety hazard for others.