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Audie Murphy Ranch Community Association Emergency Rules – Swimming Pools Revision Adopted Date: May 7, 2020
To preserve the health of our members and prevent the spread of COVID-19 the following Emergency Rules have been adopted by the Board of Directors for a length of time yet to be determined. As the situation evolves, the Audie Murphy Ranch Community Association’s Board of Directors will remain flexible and adaptive to further guidance provided by the City of Menifee, the County of Riverside, and the State of California.
At this time, the Board has determined to phase the reopening of certain common area facilities on a trial basis. In the event that it appears that the rules are not being followed or social distancing is not being maintained, the Board will consider reclosing the facilities and advanced notice of the decision may not be possible. As an initial step, the Pool facilities will be reopened for recreational enjoyment by individual households, subject to the rules below. Do not enter the pool area without a reservation.
CORONAVIRUS COMMON AREA USE ADVISORY
Risk of Use: The Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is a worldwide risk to human health. COVID- 19 is highly contagious and has a mortality rate many times greater than the flu. COVID-19 can spread easily and exponentially. While people of all ages are at risk of catching COVID-19, persons especially at risk are those with compromised immune systems and the elderly. Persons over 65 years of age may be at particular risk.
Stay at Home Order: In order to reduce the spread of COVID-19, the State of California, as well as many California cities and counties have issued “Safer at Home” orders, with exceptions for essential activities.
Acceptance of Risk: By entering into the common area, the member agrees as follows:
- Use of the common area amenities could expose you or others to COVID-19.
- The Association has made efforts to sanitize these areas periodically, but cannot guarantee that airspace or surfaces will be virus-free.
- When using the common area amenities, members should take all reasonable and necessary precautions to protect yourself and others from the spread of COVID-19. Further, it is your responsibility to exercise care to protect yourself, such as assessing your own risks, which may include age, underlying health conditions, possible exposure to COVID-19, doctor’s recommendations, or local, state and federal recommendations.
General Rules Regarding Pool Facility
- You, or anyone in your household, may not use the common area facilities if (i) you or anyone in your household have knowingly, within the last twenty (20) days, been in contact with someone afflicted with COVID-19, (ii) you, or anyone in your household, are experiencing a fever, signs of respiratory illness such as cough, runny nose, chills, abdominal pain, diarrhea, sore throat, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, or other COVID-19 symptoms, or (iii) you believe that you, or anyone in your household, are likely to transmit or contract COVID-19 or any other communicable disease.
- Wash your hands with soap and warm water or use hand sanitizer, before entering and after leaving the pool. You are encouraged to bring hand sanitizer with
- You must wear a face mask, except when in the Remember not to touch your eyes, nose or mouth.
- The entry gates (including latches) are not sanitized. You are encouraged to use tissues, napkins or similar disposable products to open and close the entrances if an attendant is not present to open the gate for You are encouraged to bring wipes to sanitize these areas as you use them. Take all trash with you when you leave.
- You must practice social distancing, particularly with Association staff and other members using the facility, by keeping at least six feet (6’) between yourself and others, who are not members of your household. Do not attempt to enter or exit the pool area while others are entering or Do not gather in groups, and do not touch surfaces or items in the common areas when it can be avoided.
- Only residents may use the facilities. Non-residents will not be
- Do not bring valuables or more than you need for your reserved time. The Association is not responsible for stolen or lost
- Restrooms, showers and drinking fountains are available for emergencies only, so plan accordingly. Do not touch other people’s property.
- Individual households will be assigned a section of the pool. Maintain social distancing from the household members assigned to the adjacent section of the
- Swimming Pool Reservations only (all other common areas will remain closed such as the tot lot, BBQ areas and game areas):
- Reservations can be made through the website. Reservations will be made in time blocks between the hours of noon to 9:30 p.m. You must receive confirmation of a reservation. ***In order to gain entrance into the facility at the time of your reservation, you MUST show your email confirmation to the lifeguard on duty. Without email confirmation proof, no entry will be granted.***
- Note, most reserved areas of the pool do not include stairs or wheel chair lifts to enter and exit the pool. If you require stairs or a lift, you should specifically reserve the section of the pool that meets your Wait times for reservations of this area are anticipated to be longer.
- Reservations are limited to residents (not owners living off-site).
- Reservations are limited to one (1) hour (45 minutes of use and 15 minutes for sanitizing). The pool is open from noon to 9:30 m. on the weekends only. Pool hours are subject to change.
- Reservation times may be staggered to reduce the number of people coming and going at the same
- Residents are limited to one (1) reservation per day.
- Residents are asked to be mindful of their neighbor’s needs and to not monopolize the reservations in a manner that will mean other households are unable to use the pool. In other words, if the reservations appear to be filling up, do not make a reservation for every day.
- Residents with reservations should not arrive more than ten (10) minutes before the reservation time. You may be asked to verify your identity when you arrive. Do not stand within six feet (6’) of others attempting to check-in.
- Residents should plan on no more than fifty (50) minutes of exercise or recreational use and depart at least ten (10) minutes prior to the reserved end-time.
- Any open time slot can be reserved on a first-come, first-served basis.
- By securing a reservation, residents agree to abide by established guidelines. Failure to do so will result in loss of privileges.
Again, by entering the facility during this transitional time, it must be understood that we cannot sanitize every surface continually, and the risk of transmission for any virus, including COVID-19, remains. All users are entering the facility at their own risk.