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2021 Pool Season Schedule

POOL OPENING DAY is Saturday May 29th, 2021!

 

Pool Schedule:

7 Days a Week, 10am - 8pm

 

Due to Covid restrictions, per Thurston County Health Department,

the pool can only be at 50% occupancy = 20 swimmers total at this time.

 

The board asks that your visit to the pool be limited to an hour at a time so all residents can be accommodated throughout the season. If pool occupancy rules are not followed, or there is difficulty being able to swim due to occupancy issues, we may have to move towards appointment slots.

Pool entry will be through a keycard reader now. The pool is now monitored by a camera 24 hrs. a day with a 30 day retention period. This is new territory for our HOA, please give board members grace while we work to the best of our abilities to keep the pool open and running this summer. We have hired a pool company and they will tend to the pool weekly during open season. Water samples will be taken twice a day per Thurston County Department of Health. Any questions, comments, concerns - please call or email the board at the below info.

 

We still need additional pool volunteers! Call (360) 956-9568 or email us at info@evergreenshores.org so we can chat!

 

 

Lot owners are responsible, and liable, for all person(s) who gained access to the pool with their keycards. This includes person(s) who may not be in your party but came in while the gate was open under your keycard.

 

Failure to follow the rules of the pool can result in a fine and suspension from the pool.

 

*If you witness a violation of the rules, you can submit information by clicking here. Please provide a description of the violation, time/date, any identifying information (clothes color, hair color, vehicle, etc.) as well as your contact information.

Pool Rules

Note, the below rules were made pre Covid and are being worked on to adhere to Thurston County Health Dept. Covid protocol.

The Board will notify homeowners once we have an updated set of rules. Nothing should change too much with the exception of 50% capacity = 20 swimmers total, and no pool monitors as a keycard reader for entry and pool area camera will be used to check for rules violations. 

 

NO LIFEGUARD ON DUTY/SWIM AT OWN RISK

IN CASE OF AN EMERGENCY- CALL 911

These rules apply to the pool deck and surrounding pool area.

 

When there are 20 or more swimmers in the pool, homeowners can bring up to 2 additional guests. When there are under 20 swimmers, homeowners can bring up to 5 additional guests.

Swimmers age 14 and under must be accompanied by an adult over age 18. Swimmers 15 – 17 must swim with a buddy.

All swimmers must:

  • Take a cleansing shower (including hair) before using the pool.                                 
  • Keep shoulder length hair tied back.
  • Wear proper swim attire. No cutoffs, cotton or unhemmed clothing.
  • Refrain from entering the pool If you have a disease that can be transmitted by water or have been ill with diarrhea or vomiting in the last 2 weeks.
  • Change out of and into new swim attire if recently coming from the lake.

NOT ALLOWED:

  • Disposable diapers (must use designated swim diapers)
  • Diving, running, pushing, dunking, or other horseplay
  • Music players
  • Food of any kind
  • Liquids (water in non-breakable containers is ok)
  • Alcohol or tobacco products of any kind
  • Skateboard, scooters, rollerblades, bikes, hoverboards or other personal wheeled devices
  • Anyone under the influence of alcohol or drugs
  • Pets

Miscellaneous:

  • If you don’t follow the pool rules, you will be asked to leave.
  • Service animals are allowed in the pool area but may not roam free. All service animals must always be supervised and monitored by their owners.
  • Swimmers with seizures, heart, circulatory or known medical problems should not swim alone.
  • There is a first aid kit located in the cupboard on the outer clubhouse wall in the pool area. 
  • Pool monitors are NOT lifeguards. They monitor the pool to ensure the rules above are followed and that the pool is safe and enjoyable for all. They have the ultimate authority to interpret all rules above and to remove ANY person from the pool or pool area if the actions of the person are disruptive, questionable or in violation of these written rules.