The swimming pool rules are as follows:
Pool Open Hours:
Memorial Day thru Labor Day
HOURS: 10AM TO 10PM
- SWIM AT YOUR OWN RISK. NO PERSON MAY ENTER THE FACILITY ALONE OR SWIM ALONE.
- Admittance to the pool area will be to homeowners and guests only. A pool key is required to enter the pool area. A current photo ID with a Wynds at Oakbrook address will be required.
- Two (2) guests per day per household is the limit on weekends and holidays. Four (4) guests per day per household are permitted on week days.
- Homeowners must accompany guests to the pool, remain there while guests are at the pool, and are responsible for the actions of their guests.
- Children under seventeen years of age (17) must be accompanied by an adult resident.
- Proper swimming attire is required by all in the pool.
- All non-toilet trained children must wear plastic pants, with or without diapers.
- Admission to one of the pool facilities will be refused to any person having a contagious disease or infectious condition.
- A person under the influence of alcohol, or exhibiting erratic behavior, shall not be permitted in the pool area.
- Spitting, spouting of water, blowing the nose or other action that will introduce contaminants into the pool will not be permitted.
- Showering is required before entering the pool area following tennis, volleyball, or any other sport related activity.
- No pets are allowed in the pool area, or in the pool. No pets are permitted to be tied or confined in any manner in the pool area.
- All beverages and suntan lotions (oil is prohibited in the pool area) should be in cans, paper, or plastic containers.
- NO GLASS IS PERMITTED IN THE POOL AREA.
- Floatation devices or swim aids are permitted at the discretion of the pool attendant.
- No running, and no boisterous or rough play is permitted in the pool or the pool area.
- No diving is permitted.
- The pool may not be reserved for private parties.
- The Association is not responsible for personal property.
- No reserving of pool furniture is allowed.
- Personal conduct within the pool area must be such that the safety of oneself and others is not jeopardized.