Northcliff on the river Pool:
The gate code at the pool is 1532
WE WILL NOT ALLOW POOL PARTIES AT THE NORTHCLIFF POOL THIS YEAR
Northcliff on the River pool lifeguard hours 2020:
June 1-August 9
Mon & Wed: 11am-6pm
Tues & Thurs: 10am-8pm
August 10-September 6
Sat & Sun: 11am-6pm
Mon-Fri: School days - Swim at own risk - no guards
September 7: Labor Day 10am-6pm
September 8-20: Swim at own risk - no guards
September 21: POOL CLOSED for the season
The pool committee has developed a plan to open our pool while following the pool guidelines established by the Georgia Department of Public Health and the CDC during the Covid-19 pandemic.
For those wanting to enjoy some time at the pool this season, it is imperative we abide by the following guidelines to decrease as much risk as we can of contracting or spreading Covid-19.
We are a volunteer HOA, and will not be policing the pool for violators of the following guidelines. It is up to each individual / family to make their own decisions about whether to enter the pool premises. While we hope that these guidelines protect people from exposure from COVID-19 it is not guaranteed.
Per CDC recommendations: “if you or anyone in your household is experiencing symptoms of COVID-19, you should stay home until the CDC’s published isolation criteria are met” and not enter the pool area.
1. Use of the pool venue is AT YOUR OWN RISK, including the risk of exposure to COVID-19.
2. Disinfect your area when you arrive and before leaving
Protect yourself and your neighbors by cleaning the area that you used outside of the pool and in the restroom when you arrive and before leaving. All surfaces such as chairs and table tops must be cleaned. Residents need to supply their own cleaning supplies.
3. Wipe Down Common Areas
At the end of each shift we are asking residents to be sure to wipe down and clean common, high- touch areas. Specifically, the hand rails and ladders into pool, as well as the pool gate. Last person out should wipe down or spray the pool gate.
4. Do NOT share toys, floats, goggles, snorkels, etc.
Do not share items with others that do not live with you.
5. Practice social distancing.
Based on current guidelines, gatherings of more than twenty-five (25) people are not allowed.
6. Per CDC guidance, it is recommended everyone wash hands frequently, stay at least 6 feet apart, and wear a cloth face cover in public (DO NOT wear face cover when in the pool).
Our guidelines are put together based on guidelines published by the CDC. Please refer to the CDC published guidelines for more details.