COVID SAFETY FAQ's
What are your hours?
We are open 11-7pm starting Saturday of Memorial Day weekend. We will be open the entire holiday weekend and then will be closed until the following weekend. Then we will resume normal business hours of 11-7pm
What is the number allowed at the pool at one time?
After much research and meetings with the health board, we have concluded that the 20 percent capacity of our swim club is 89 people. We will be sending out a daily signup genius via email where members can register to attend the pool. We don’t foresee an issue where guest will not be able to get into their desired time slot.
Can we bring guests and can I have a birthday party at the pool?
Guests and birthday parties are not permitted at this time. We will re-evaluate at the summer goes on and we look forward to bringing these great options back.
What are you doing about cleanliness at the pool?
Our guard staff will be diligently cleaning the pool bathrooms and surfaces in between guest sessions at the pool. We will also have hand sanitizer and anti-bacterial wipes readily available for all members.
How will covid-19 effect our pool’s social calendar?
We will still be able to offer float nights, food truck nights and some events in May and June. We have postponed many of our annual events to later in July and August in hopes that we will have even less restrictions by then.
Is the playground open and can we use pool noodles/kick boards?
Our playground and communal items will not be available at this time. Members are encouraged to bring their own pool toys, flotation devises, rafts etc. for the time being.
Will I be able to use chairs/loungers at the pool?
We are encouraging members to bring their own beach chairs for now. We will also have Shellcrest pool chairs available for any member but they will be responsible for cleaning the chairs after usage.
How will you enforce social distancing at the pool?
Our hopes are that members will want to protect themselves and the health of others by spreading out while on the pool deck. As for the actual pool, there are many reputable sources that indicate that chlorine (maintained properly in a pool) is an effective killer of covid-19).