Rules – Fun and Fitness
Quail Creek Property Owners Association Rules September 17, 2012
Article 6 – Pools, Anza Athletic Club & Courts
B. FACILITY & GROUNDS, RECREATION
Article B1 – Pools, Anza Athletic Club & Courts
Glossary of Terms Used in Article B1:
AAC = Anza Athletic Club
Board = Quail Creek Property Owners Association Board of Directors
Courts = Tennis & Bocce Courts
Pools = Swimming Pool, Lap Pool and Whirlpool
Residents and Guests = Includes renters and Robson Preferred Guests
Gym = Main equipment/exercise room at the AAC
[divider][/divider] 1.1 General
These regulations pertain to and are for the protection and well being of all Quail Creek Residents and guests. Noncompliance may result in sanctions. Residents are responsible for any violations associated with their guests.
Only Quail Creek residents and their guests will be allowed to use any Quail Creek building, facility or enclosure. It is a violation to permit anyone who was not specifically assigned a key or entrance code to enter a building or enclosure unless accompanied by an authorized person.
Use of facilities covered in this Article B1 (Pools, AAC & Courts) outside of posted hours is permitted only with the approval of the Board.
Persons using these facilities may be asked to show their Quail Creek identification cards.
No pets other than service animals are permitted in any facilities covered in this article.
Alcoholic beverages are not permitted in or at any facility covered under this Article. Food is only permitted outside the pool, bocce and tennis court areas. Glass containers are not permitted at any of the facilities covered in this article.
Personal belongings should not be left in the lockers or bins overnight.
All notices related to the use of the facilities must have prior approval of the Director of the AAC.
A maximum of eight (8) guests per Quail Creek household is allowed at each facility at any one time unless a larger number is approved by the Director of Facilities or his/her designee.
[divider][/divider] 1.2 Pools
There are no lifeguards on duty at the pools. Use of the pools is at each person’s own risk.
The pools are open 24 hours a day and 7 days a week. Pool area hours for people under the age of eighteen (18) are 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. and 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. daily. No guest under the age of eighteen (18) is allowed in the lap pool or the whirlpool. Children who are not toilet trained are not allowed in any pools.
At least one adult must accompany any guest under the age of 18. Residents accept responsibility for the actions of their guests at the pool and will be financially responsible for any damage and maintenance incurred.
All persons should shower prior to entering the pools and after applying lotion before reentering the water.
Toys are not allowed in the pools. A single small flotation device per person is permitted but large devices (such as rafts, chairs and inner tubes) are not. Small children may wear arm flotation bands and/or flotation vests.
Proper swimming attire is required. Cutoffs, jeans and diapers may not be worn in the pools; tee shirts over appropriate swimwear are permitted. Use of appropriate covering apparel to and from the pools is required.
Running, diving or jumping into the pools, skateboarding or rowdiness is not permitted.
Classes will have precedence over recreational swimming.
The lap pool is for swimming laps only. Lap pool users should observe a 30-minute time limit if others are waiting to use the lap pool. The lane closest to the main pool is reserved for therapeutic walking but can be used for lap swimming when walkers are not present.
[divider][/divider] 1.3 Anza Athletic Club (AAC)
Anyone using the AAC must obtain an AAC ID card for identification in case of emergency. This card must be displayed clearly at all times while in the gym.
Appropriate workout attire is required in all areas of the AAC. Athletic shoes (such as tennis, jogging, aerobic, cross-training and basketball) are required in the gym. Sandals, open-toed shoes and hard-soled shoes are not permitted in the gym. Tee shirts, sweatshirts, mid-length shorts or warm-up pants are suggested attire. Blue jeans, cut-
offs, halter tops, bare midriff tops and plastic or rubber suits are not permitted in the AAC. Shorts worn in the sports/recreation and adjacent public areas must be long enough so that they are not overly revealing and must also provide complete coverage of undergarments. In the event of a dispute, the judgment of the AAC staff or patrol will be final, and subsequent violations of the dress code could result in expulsion and/or suspension from the facilities.
Anyone using the AAC gym must sign a waiver and release agreement prior to using any equipment.
Persons under the age of 18 may not use the exercise equipment or participate in any activities held within the AAC.
Cell phones should not be used in the gym.
Persons using the AAC may attend an orientation session on the proper use of the equipment. Orientation schedules and signup sheets are available at the reception desk. Questions about the use of the equipment should be directed to the staff.
AAC users are required to bring their own towels. After use, the exercise equipment should be wiped down using cleaning supplies provided for this purpose.
No personal fitness equipment (including resistance, aerobic or other stretching devices) will be allowed in the AAC, except equipment required for authorized classes or as pre-approved by the Director of the AAC.
It is recommended that, while using the gym, any personal belongings, other than towel and workout gloves be stored in the bins provided.
In order to prevent spills in the AAC, beverages must be in closed containers. Only clear liquids are allowed within the facility.
Wearing perfumes or other scents when using the AAC is discouraged.
The AAC staff may impose a thirty-minute (30) time limit on aerobic equipment during peak usage times, while others are waiting.
[divider][/divider] 1.4 Tennis Courts
Tennis court hours are from sunrise to 10:00 p.m. daily. The courts are lighted for night play and players are asked to turn off the lights when play is completed. The courts are to be used for tennis only. Skateboarding, rollerblading, basketball or other activities are not allowed.
Appropriate tennis attire must be worn at all times when playing on the courts. Rubber-soled footwear is required. No hard-healed or black-soled shoes are allowed. The following items of apparel are not acceptable:
Men: Tank tops, swimsuits, cutoffs.
Women: Tube tops, bare midriffs, halter tops, cutoffs, swimsuits and the like.
Quail Creek Tennis Club members and their guests have priority over all others during scheduled play. During the hours of nonscheduled play and when others are waiting to play, playing time is limited to one (1) hour for singles and one and a half (1 1/2) hours for doubles matches. Switching to another court is not allowed.
An adult must accompany guests under age eighteen (18).
The ball machine may be reserved no more than two (2) days in advance. The ball machines may be used by any Quail Creek Resident or Guest who has completed an orientation session.
[divider][/divider] 1.5 Bocce Courts
Bocce court hours are from sunrise to 10:00 p.m. daily. The courts are lighted for night play and players are asked to turn off lights when play is completed. Courts may be used on a first-come, first-served basis for club play unless reserved. Courts can be reserved by signing up on the bulletin board outside of the courts.
Equipment is available at the courts in the storage bins provided at the courts.
When others are waiting to play, use of the equipment and/or courts is limited to one and a half (1 1/2) hours from the time of arrival.
All children under the age of eighteen (18) must be accompanied by an adult who will remain with them for the entire duration of their use of the courts.
Users are requested to keep the Bocce Courts and equipment in top condition by not abusing either the equipment or courts.
Leather-soled shoes or golf shoes are not permitted.
Walking is allowed only on the concrete walkways on the sides of the courts.
Rolling and tossing of balls are the preferred method of playing the game. Balls should not be thrown beyond the halfway point between the foul line and the center of the court.