Haddon Hall recently updated it’s Pool Rules and Regulations. The new rules are included below and can be downloaded as a PDF here.
Haddon Hall Homeowners Association Pool and Associated Property Rules
- Pool Operating Hours are 8:00 AM – 8:30 PM
- Weekdays (Monday – Friday) May 14-June 10: swim at your own risk from 8am – 4:30pm. Guards will be on duty 4:30pm – 8:30pm (dusk). Splash pad* opens at 4:30 PM (*daily priming/maintenance/monitoring is required).
- Weekdays from June 11 – August 26th: Attendant / guards on duty 8am – 8:30pm (dusk). Splashpad open 8am – 8:30pm (dusk).
- Weekdays (Monday – Friday) August 27-September 14: swim at your own risk from 8am – 4:30pm. Guards will be on duty 4:30pm – 8:30pm (dusk). Splash pad opens at 4:30 PM.
- Weekends May 5 – September 11: Guarded swim 8am-8:30pm (dusk). Splashpad open 8am – 8:30pm (dusk).
- Owners/heads of households are fully responsible for their renters, tenants, family, and/or guests at all times.
- Early Swim is by request and starts at 6 AM. Please, contact HRW (919-787-9000) or file a request via TownSquare or via email [email protected] for access. If you were approved in prior years you are still approved.
- To access the pool facility, you must swipe your keycard at the gate and sign in with your name, address, and number of non-resident guests. Resident adults (18+) may bring up to 5 guests to the pool, residents aged 13-17 may bring 1 guest. No one under 13 admitted without parent or guardian.
- Every resident must have their access card and sign in order to gain entry to the pool. If you forget your card, you will be required to show identification with a valid Haddon Hall address to gain access to the pool. If you need to get an access card, contact HRW (919-787-9000) or via TownSquare or via email [email protected] requests may take up to 7 days for processing.
Haddon Hall Hammerheads
The Haddon Hall Swim team was started in 2004 and we ask that you give them the lanes assigned to them for their afternoon practices and root them on to a good season.
During swim meets the pool will be limited to only swim team participants beginning at 4:00 PM
- June 7 Mock Meet (Home)
- June 14 Silverton (Home)
- June 28 Abbington (Home)
- July 5 Scotts Mill (Home)
- Swim Team Awards Party – July 21st 6pm – 8pm
GENERAL FACILITY RULES
- In case of emergency dial 9-1-1 on the phone located outside the clubhouse near the showers.
- For the safety of our residents, children and guests, entry to the pool facility is limited to the main front entry gate. Entry from any side gates at any time is expressly prohibited and exit gates may not be propped open.
- No running, pushing or horseplay is permitted in the pool area.
- No skates, skateboards, skate shoes, scooters, or bicycles are permitted in the recreation area.
- No animals are permitted in the gated pool area. (Exception for specially trained service animals).
- Smoking, e-cigarettes and vaping is prohibited in all recreation areas (pool, pool deck, clubhouse, playground, and tennis courts).
- Loitering or playing in the bathrooms, showers or parking area will not be permitted.
- Do not throw things on the clubhouse roof.
- No glass bottles or objects in the pool area at any time.
- No weapons of any kind are permitted in any HOA common areas.
- All personal belongings and litter should be removed from the premises or properly discarded upon exiting the area.
- All members and their guests using the HOA facilities must conduct themselves in a courteous manner to ensure the safety of all.
- No abusive language, profanity or disruptive behavior will be tolerated.
- The HOA is not responsible for the loss, theft, or damage to personal property of members or their guests.
GENERAL POOL RULES
- LIFEGUARDS ARE PRESENT TO PROTECT THE SAFETY OF ALL OF OUR COMMUNITY MEMBERS AND NOT TO ACT AS A BABYSITTER FOR THE CHILDREN OR GUESTS.
- Please do not enter the pool area if you are experiencing fever, cough, runny nose, loss of taste or smell, or any other symptoms associated with the coronavirus.
- Pool Managers and lifeguards have the authority of the HOA to discipline any and all attendees within sole discretion and judgement consistent with the published rules and safety standards established by the HOA. Anyone creating or potentially creating an unwanted situation may be ejected from the pool area.
- No one under 13 admitted without a parent or guardian.
- Please shower before entering the pool.
- No one with any known or suspected contagious disease, skin lesion, open wound, or bandages is allowed in the pool.
- Children, who are not toilet trained, must wear plastic or nylon diaper covers. Swim diapers are not allowed without a diaper cover. Disposable diapers alone are not allowed in the pool. Fecal contamination of the pool will result in closure.
- An orange cone atop the lifeguard stand means the pool has been closed due to some type of contamination. Signs will also be posted at the entrance to the pool enclosure.
- Flotation devices or appropriate recreation pool toys (i.e.- sponge ball) may be used during noncrowded hours or at the discretion of the lifeguards. Use should be discontinued immediately if instructed by a lifeguard.
- Use of recreational pool toys by residents and guests should not disturb other swimmers (i.e., risk of thrown toys hitting/striking other swimmers).
- Pool Managers and lifeguards have the authority of the HOA to close the pool early in the eventof severe weather.
- Thunder: by law, all swimmers must exit the pool following a loud clap of thunder. Guests may return to the water after 30 consecutive minutes without thunder has passed.
- Lightning: by law, all swimmers must exit the water AND clear the pool deck following observation of lightning. Guests may return to the pool after 60 consecutive minutes without lightning has passed.
- When present, please be courteous to swimmers in the lap lane.
- For your safety and that of your neighbors, there is to be NO diving, flips, or stunts from the sides of the pool.
- Minors asked to leave the premises will not be allowed to return until a parent speaks with the lifeguard, or a member of the board of directors of the HOA.
- Adult swim/lifeguard breaks occur at :50 of the hour and last for ten minutes. During this time only adults 18+.
- Please stay off the pool deck when the pool is closed.
- While you may bring food and drink onto the pool deck in non-glass containers, absolutely no food or drink is allowed in the pool.
- If concerns arise at the pool, residents should contact the pool manager on duty immediately.
- The pool manager’s name will be listed on the whiteboard in the guard shack each day.
- Neighbor to neighbor communication is also encouraged.
- Diving Board
- A pool band/necklace is required for children under 8 to use the diving board.
- Children under the age 8 will be tested by the lifeguards for access to the diving area.
- The test will include the ability to tread water for 30 seconds and the ability to swim one length of the pool without a swim aid. Each child that passes the test will be issued an identifying band or necklace and they will have full access to the pool.
- Homeowners’ guests may be tested while they are visiting and loaned a band for the time of the visit.
- Children who forget their bands will require supervision.
- Additional bands can be purchased from the lifeguards for $1.
- Children without a band can use the diving board or be in the diving are only with adult supervision. A parent or guarding must be at the side of the diving area.
- The pool is for the exclusive use of HOA members, their caregivers, and their guests. No one will be permitted to use HOA without keycard access unless they are a hosted guest.
- Residents aged 13 to 17 may have one guest.
- Residents aged 18 and above may have up to 5 guests.
- The maximum number of guests from any single household is 5.
- Children under the age of 13 are not permitted in the pool area without proper parent/caregiver supervision.
- A nanny, babysitter, or otherwise defined caregiver, providing care or supervision at the pool, must be at least 16 years of age. It is the homeowner/parent’s responsibility to inform the caregiver of the rules and regulations and their responsibilities while at the pool with the child(ren). It is the parents’ responsibility to see that the caregiver is capable of providing care to the child(ren) while in and around the pool.
- Guests are not permitted to remain at the pool without the homeowner with whom they came.
- During peak times, lifeguards have the option to limit access of non-Haddon Hall residents.