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Corona Laurelwood Common Pool Area & Regulations
8AM -10PM

  • The common pool area is for exclusive use of residents of Laurelwood. Landlord owners are not permitted to use the common pool area in lieu of their tenants. Residents without a pass key are not permitted to use the facilities.
  • Guests are allowed ONLY when accompanied by a resident. Four guests are permitted per unit at one time without prior permission from Management or Board of Directors.
  • The homeowner is responsible for the conduct of their residents and guests.
  • Damage to the common pool area will be repaired by the Homeowner’s Association at the expense of the responsible homeowner.
  • There is no lifeguard on duty at the common pool area, all swim at their own risk.
  • All persons under 14 years of age must be accompanied by a responsible adult who is mentally and physically capable of swimming and caring for the minor.
  • No alcoholic beverages allowed in the common pool area. Persons intoxicated or under the influence are not permitted in the common pool area.
  • Gates to the common pool area are to be kept closed and latched at all times. Residents and guests are prohibited from jumping the pool fence and may only enter using the pass key.
  • Persons using the pool or spa must shower before entering the water to remove excess lotion and oils.
  • No glass or other breakable items, such as ceramic are allowed in the common pool area at any time.
  • No eating of food in the common pool area. Non-alcoholic drinks are permitted, but sticky, sugary substances should be avoided.
  • Smoking is not permitted in the common pool area.
  • In order to reduce potential health risks and significant costs to the Homeowner’s Association, it is important that fecal matter not enter the pool or spa. The Health Department requires a shut down up to 3 days when this occurs. Infants and toddlers who are not toilet trained must wear a leak-proof swim diaper, i.e., Huggies, Pampers, etc., preferably with a re-useable fabric swim diaper worn over the disposable, to reduce leakage. Incontinent children and adults must also wear appropriate diapers or other gear designed to minimize fecal matter contaminating the pool water. Persons having current active diarrhea or who have had active diarrhea within the previous 14 days shall not be allowed to enter the pool water. The responsible owner/resident of any person responsible for soiling the pool or spa will be billed for clean-up charges which can be significant.
  • Proper swimming attire must be worn at all times: no cutoffs, jeans or street attire are permitted. Since hair and clothing threads can clog drains, long hair should be secured. Nudity is prohibited.
  • Floating loungers are not allowed. Life preservers, life vests, “water wings,” and other small devices to assist weak swimmer or those learning to swim are permitted in the pool only.
  • No pets allowed in the common pool area, except trained service animals when necessary to accommodate a person with a disability.
  • No loud disturbing noises. Audio equipment must be used with earphones.
  • No diving or jumping into pool. No running or horseplay on the deck.
  • Stealing pool equipment such as the life-saving ring or hook, tampering with machinery or pool gate locks, or damaging chairs and tables are prohibited. Adding soap or bubbles to the spa is prohibited. If evidence is found from surveillance, the responsible owner will be called to a hearing for possible fine and or reimbursement of cost to repair or replace.
  • The common pool area is under 24-hour camera surveillance. Trespassers will be prosecuted.