Chanticleer Swim Club Covid-19 Guidelines
Chanticleer Pool To Open with these changes due to COVID-19
As a private membership pool we ask everyone to be respectful of our grounds, our staff and each other as we navigate this unprecedented situation.
- MEMBERS ONLY-No guests permitted-will be evaluated at a later date
- GATE will be manned by experienced lifeguards to open the season. A Plexiglas shield will be installed & staff will wear mask while at Gate.
- SNACK BAR will be closed-will be evaluated at a later date. Feel free to bring your own snacks/drinks-NO GLASS is permitted on pool grounds.
- GRILLS—will not be available for use initially. Board will evaluate after 2 weeks
- SOCIAL DISTANCING-Grounds have been mapped & marked to allow families 10x10 space with additional 6 feet of social distancing between each area. Please follow current CDC recommendations, no groups larger than 25 people in 1 area.
- PARTIES –No party reservations are being accepted until further notice.
- SOCIAL EVENTS-there will be NO social events scheduled at this point. Will evaluate at later date.
- SWIM TEAM-No swim team this year. BVSC will meet July 1st to discuss possibility of a fun meet.
- SANITATION- new cleaning & sanitizing procedures for bathrooms. A spray bottle with disinfectant cleaner will be near sink for members to use if they choose in addition to the increased cleanings by staff
- STAFFING-Only experienced lifeguards will staff Chanticleer Pool to start season. Gate, Snack Shack and any new Lifeguard hires are on hold until further notice.
- BABY POOL-to allow for social distancing only 6 children permitted at a time with parents responsible for monitoring. Will be evaluated as necessary.
- OCCUPANCY—Staff will monitor occupancy to accommodate social distancing. Keep in mind there may be times when we may have to limit access.
- MASKS-CDC guidelines recommend that you wear a mask when social distancing isn’t possible.
- TABLES-we recommend that you bring a table covering to use on picnic tables. CDC states that the virus is not easily transmitted by touching hard surfaces.
Please choose to stay home if you are feeling ill, are in high risk category, have a cough or a fever.
CDC states: There is no evidence that COVID-19 can be spread to humans through the water.
Proper operation, maintenance, and disinfection (with chlorine or bromine) of pools should kill COVID-19.
CDC recommends that people get outside for recreation but stay close to home. We are offering this
choice to our members and putting into place CDC recommendations.