Updated 2020 Pool Rules

The Cielo Ranch HOA will be opening it’s pool facilities.  In connection with Governor Abbott’s emergency orders and CDC guidelines, the Association has adopted the following procedures:
  • DO NOT USE THE POOL IF YOU HAVE A COUGH, FEVER, CHILLS, REPEATED SHAKING WITH CHILLS, MUSCLE ACHES, HEADACHE, SORE THROAT, LOSS OF TASTE OR SMELL, SHORTNESS OF BREATH, OR OTHER SYMPTOMS ASSOCIATED WITH COVID-19.
  • Pool hours will be from 10 am to 10 pm
  • Residents are prohibited from using the pool until the resident has returned a signed waiver to the Association. Signed waivers may be submitted via email to the Association’s management company at ljones@nmitx.com.  CLICK HERE FOR WAIVER
  • A signed waiver is required for anyone that enters the pool area.
  • Owners are encouraged to bring wipes and sanitizers when using the pool area. The danger of exposure to the corona virus that causes COVID-19 exists. The association cannot ensure that any surface is germ-free.
  • By entering the pool area, you agree that you are swimming at your own risk.
  • The maximum permitted group size is 10 persons except where the group consists of individuals who all reside in the same household. All members of the group must sit together.
  • Guests are limited to family members only until further notice.
  • All residents must practice social distancing of 6 feet between groups.
  • Wearing a face mask when you are not is the swimming pool is recommended.
  • Residents who elect to utilize the pool:
    • acknowledge the risk of exposure to the coronavirus that causes COVID-19.
    • assume full responsibility for any illness, injury, or death to you, your family and your guests that may result from the use of the pool facilities.
    • assume full responsibility for cleaning and disinfecting your hands and any pool facility surfaces that you may touch.
  • Per governmental order, until further notice 50% capacity of the standard capacity is 30people
  • Adherence to these rules will need to be self-managed by the residents. If residents fail to follow these rules are not followed, the Association may have no choice but to close the pool facilities.
 
 These rules are subject to change at any time.
   

Pool Guidelines

 
Upon purchasing your new home, you became a member of the Homeowners' Association (HOA).  All HOA members - in good standing - have access to the Community Amenities.  The Community Pool and Amenity Center Clubhouse are behind a code-access gate for security reasons.  YOU MUST HAVE A CODE TO ENTER THE POOL AREA.  If you are in need of the code, contact NMI by e-mail at poolkey@nmitx.com.  No more than six (6) guests per household allowed at the pool; with the exception of special events (see Amenities/Reservations menu tab).  Remember, it is not recommended that anyone swim alone and there is No Lifeguard on Duty so supervision of children is MANDATORY.
 

Pool Rules


Hours:  Sunday through Thursday 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. ;  Friday and Saturday 10 a.m. to 12 a.m.

(Noise disturbances after theses hours should be reported to the police.)

  • WARNING - NO LIFEGUARD ON DUTY—ALL PEOPLE SWIM AND USE POOL AT THEIR OWN RISK.
  • NO DIVING ALLOWED.  Caution Water In Pool Is Shallow.
  • Entry To Pool Through Gates Only.  Climbing Over Fence or Gate is Prohibited.  Gates Must Be Closed and Locked At All Times. 
  • No More Than Six (6) Guests Per Household Allowed At The Pool (Exception, Special Events)
  • Children Under 14 Must Be Accompanied and Supervised By An Adult (18 or Older) In Pool Area.
  • Any Resident Has The Right To Remove From The Pool Children Who Are Not Accompanied By An Adult.
  • Persons With Contagious Disease, Diarrhea, Skin Abrasions, Or Open Infected Sores Will Not Be Allowed In The Pool.
  • No Glass.  Only Unbreakable Containers Are Permitted In Pool Area.
  • Pets, Bicycles, Roller Skates and Skateboarding Are Not Permitted In Pool Area.
  • Running, Tag Games, "Cannon-Balling" or Boisterous Play Of Any Kind Are Not Permitted In Pool Area.
  • Music Equipment Is To Be Kept at a Level That Does Not Disturb Others In Pool Area.
  • Do Not Throw Items Such As Rocks, Nails, Marbles, Coins, Etc. Into Pool.
  • Use of Floating Tubes, Rafts And Toys Must Not Interfere With The Use Of The Pool By Others.
  • Usual and Customary Swimming Attire Is Required.  Cut-Offs or Blue Jeans Do Not Meet This Requirement.
  • Do Not Alter Or Remove Safety Equipment.  Use Only In An Emergency - These Are Not Play Items And Need To Be Maintained for Everyone's Safety.
  • No Eating Or Drinking In Water. All Trash And Food In Pool Area Must Be Picked Up.
  • Pool Furniture Is Not to Be Used For Anything Other Than Sitting.  No Furniture Is Allowed In Pool.
  • No Water Balloons Allowed.
  • IN CASE OF EMERGENCY CALL 911

It is the responsibility of each resident to see that these rules are enforced in order to maintain a safe pool area for the use and recreation of all concerned.  The Board of Directors has the obligation and right to suspend the membership and pool privileges of any member who abuses their privilege or creates a safety hazard for others.