Meadowood Homeowners' Association
Meadowood Pool will open on
Friday, July 3, 2020
There will be a number of modifications and new procedures this season due to COVID-19 guidelines as directed by the CDC and the Ohio Dept. of Health.
Residents should be aware of COVID-19 symptoms and must not enter the pool facility if:
You have symptoms of COVID-19 (fever, chills, cough, shortness of breath, difficulty breathing, muscle or body aches, headache, lost of taste or smell, sore throat, congestion or runny nose, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea).
You have tested positive for COVID-19.
You have been in contact with someone with COVID-19 in the past 14 days.
More from the CDC on the Coronavirus: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/faq.html#Basics
Pool open Monday - Sunday with four reservation sessions per day
Reservation sessions will be in 1 hr 45 min increments
Family groups must leave facility at the end of a reservation session:
11am - 12:45pm
1pm - 2:45pm
4pm - 5:45pm
6pm - 7:45pm (pool closes)
Pool is closed 3pm - 4pm each day for cleaning/sanitizing and there is no pool access during this time.
Information about making reservations will be sent out in a separate email. No "walk-ins" will be allowed for reservations. Residents must call reservation number during pool hours at 440-572-0077 or make online reservations via the Meadowoodhomes.com website. Reservations open one day in advance. For example, reservations for Friday, July 3rd will open on Thursday, July 2nd. To be fair to all residents, future or consecutive reservations cannot be made in advance. Phone and website reservations will be made on a first-come, first-served basis BUT the Meadowood front desk staff will monitor reservations so that all residents have reasonable and fair access to the pool.
The main pool has been divided into nine equal sections, one per household (six shallow end sections and three deep end sections). There are two lap lanes for continuous lap swim or exercising/aerobics. The lap lanes can be reserved in 45-minute increments. One household can reserve a lap lane for lap swimming. Or, a household can reserve one-half of a lap lane for walking/pool aerobic exercise. If this happens, the other end of that lap lane can be reserved by a second household for walking and aerobic exercise only.
The wading "baby" pool has two sections, one per household.
Please be aware:
Residents only at the pool. No guests. Residents must reside full-time in the household and this will be verified upon the first visit to the pool. The photo ID check in system will be in effect for each visit.
Residents MUST WEAR MASKS when entering and exiting the facility, in the restrooms, and walking anywhere on the deck EXCEPT when walking to enter or exit the water.
Residents will be asked basic COVID-19-related questions upon each and every check-in. We ask for your cooperation and courtesy in answering these questions clearly and truthfully.
All swimmers, including adults, must exit the pool at the 45-minute mark of each hour. This is to give the three on-duty lifeguards a required break.
Residents under age 12 must be accompanied by someone in their household age 16 or older.
Residents in a household must stay physically distanced from other households on the deck (six feet or more). Deck spaces will be marked to assist with the distancing requirements.
Residents of one household must stay in their reserved section of the pool. Pool diagrams and instructions will be provided and there is absolutely no sharing of pool sections by more than one household.
There is no diving board for use this season. The diving well and deep end is sectioned off for family/household reservations. Feel free to bring "noodles" for use in deep water. Families with small children that cannot swim or tread water cannot reserve the deep end sections.
No seated or chaise lounge chairs will be provided. Residents must bring own chairs.
Drinking fountain will not be accessible and ice cream will not be sold. Bring own coolers, water, soft drinks and food. No alcohol is allowed and glass bottles are absolutely prohibited.
For the safety of all residents, items such as clothing, towels, toys, water bottles, etc., left at the pool will be discarded at the end of each day. Please be responsible for your belongings.
A COVID-19 positive test result or contact with someone who has COVID-19 by any Meadowood resident who has attended the pool should be immediately reported to any of the Meadowood Trustees. It will be communicated to the Cuyahoga County Board of Health and pool operations will be modified and/or closed as per their guidelines.
These pool operations are subject to change at any time. If it becomes too hazardous for pool operations to continue during the coronavirus pandemic, the pool will close, even on short notice.
Once again, information on making reservations will be coming very soon under a separate email. If you have any questions, please contact Pool Trustee, Shelly Snell at email@example.com.
CLOSED - Meadowood Playground
Will remain closed for 2020 season.
Due to rigorous CDC guidelines for cleaning and sanitizing all playground equipment, it will be impossible
for the Meadowood Association to open the playground while the COVID-19 restrictions are in effect.
CLOSED - Meadowood Clubhouse Party Room Rentals and Meetings
Closed until further notice. Groups of more than10 cannot gather as per the state's restrictions.
OPEN - Meadowood Tennis Courts
Open as of June 18, 2020
COVID-19 GUIDELINES ARE POSTED AT GATE
Please see Tennis Courts link on this site for more information!
The Meadowood Homeowners' Association
Wednesday, September 23, 2020 @ 7pm
Notice will be sent via USPS Mail
The Meadowmoor Swim Team (part of the Strongsville Swim League or SSL), has
cancelled its 2020 summer swim season due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The swim team's board of directors is very sorry to share this news,
but the safety of the swimmers was the primary concern in this decision.
All Ohio COVID-19 Updates: