The following rules are designed for your
protection and safety. The Pool Committee has attempted to keep them
short, simple and clear. Ultimately, however, we rely on your good
judgment and consideration for the rights of other residents. Keep
the pool safe, clean and enjoyable for everyone -- observe these
rules and see that
members of your household and your guests do,
You are fully responsible for the activities of your children at
the pool. Be sure that they obey the rules
and the instructions of all pool management staff members.
The careful observance of these rules by the residents will keep
our pool in compliance with Fairfax County regulations and the
provisions of our insurance coverage. Violations of Fairfax County
regulations can lead to immediate closing of the facility.
Unannounced inspections by County officials will take place on a
All residents use the pool at their own risk and are liable for
any property damage incurred by themselves or their guests. The pool
management staff and the LVCA are not responsible for loss of
POOL MANAGEMENT AND CONTROLAtlantic
Pool Service, Inc. is the pool management company for the 2017 pool
season. The pool manager functions as the agent of the LVCA Board of
Directors and is responsible for operating the pool in a safe,
hygienic and orderly manner, supervising all personnel, and
enforcing all rules and regulations. The pool manager is authorized
to make on-the-spot decisions regarding all rules and regulations,
as well as their enforcement. This authority includes the expulsion
or exclusion of any resident or guest as necessary. Any expulsion or
exclusion will be reported in writing to the LVCA Board of Directors
within 24 hours of the action.
SEASON: SATURDAY, MAY 27, 2017 through
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 2017
HOURS: Weekdays--May 29
through June 9: 4:00 PM - 8:30 PM
12 through September 1:
11:30 AM - 8:30 PM
Weekends and Holidays
11:00 AM - 8:00 PM
POOL PASS CONTROL - ADMISSION
TO THE POOL
Five passes have been issued to each household at
the property address provided to the management company. These are
to be used by residents and/or their guests. Passes must be given to
the lifeguard to enter the pool area. The guard will return the
passes upon exit from the pool. One pass per person,
children, is required to enter the pool.
The Board at its discretion can issue pool passes to the owners and
residents of 4020 Lafayette Village Drive.
responsible person age 18 or older must supervise children under age
12 at all times. Should pool management deem it necessary for the
safety of a child, a basic swim test will be given by the pool
manager or his/her designee.
• For the safety of the child, strollers must be kept well away
from edge of pool. Children in strollers must have personal and
direct adult supervision.
• Any person who is incontinent, or children not potty trained
must wear appropriate waterproof clothing. Cloth diapers with snugly
fitting rubber pants or swim diapers must be worn in either pool.
Any type of disposable diapers are not allowed because they can clog
the filter system. In the event of an unsanitary mishap, pool staff
must be notified immediately.
• There will be a 15 minute restricted swim period from 45
minutes to the top of each hour for "lap swimming or water walking
only". This period will be signaled by a long blast of the lifeguard
whistle at its beginning and end.
Only children 4 years and under may use the wading pool.
· An adult within the wading pool enclosure must supervise
children in the wading pool at all times.
RESTRICTED ADMISSION/POOL CLOSING
If the pool becomes overcrowded, the pool management staff may
· The pool management staff is authorized to close the
pool for any reason it deems fit, including: electrical
storms, equipment breakdowns and pool chemical problems.
CONDUCT, HEALTH & SAFETY
No glass containers are allowed within the pool
is allowed within the pool enclosure, except in the designated
No alcoholic beverages or intoxicants of any kind are allowed
in the pool area.
Chewing gum is not allowed anywhere within the pool enclosure,
including the pool house.
Smoking is not allowed anywhere within the pool enclosure,
including the pool house.
Boisterous or unsafe behavior, including running, pushing,
splashing, dunking, rough play or profanity, is not allowed in the
pools or on the pool grounds.
The use of basketballs, footballs, soccer balls and other
sports equipment not designed for use in a swimming pool is
Rafts or toys will be allowed at the discretion of pool
Musical devices may be played at a low volume, so as not to
Sunbathers must shower before entering the pool.
No person may swim with large bandages, open wounds or skin
No cut-off shorts and/or T-shirts may be used as swim suits.
Litter must be disposed of properly.
No pets are allowed within the pool enclosure.
Anyone unable to pass a swimming test is not permitted in
Diving in the shallow end or off the sides of the diving
board is not permitted.
A lap lane will be designated for the exclusive use of lap
swimming on a first come, first served basis.
Anyone entering the pool enclosure before or after operating
hours, without permission, may be barred from using the pool and is
subject to prosecution for trespassing.
Residents in violation of the above
rules and regulations may have their pool privileges suspended for
up to sixty (60) days
after notice and opportunity for a hearing. See Bylaws Article VII, Section 1 (b).
The Board of Directors reserves the right to amend these
rules/regulations at any time.
POOL PICNIC AREA RULES:
This will be the only area of the pool deck where eating is allowed. The
Picnic Area is available to reserve for small gatherings during regular
pool hours on a first come first served basis.
CONDUCT, HEALTH & SAFETY:
passes are required to enter the picnic area.
is available on a first come, first served basis.
Usage will be limited to a one hour period so that all residents have an
opportunity to utilize the picnic area.
may not place their belongings on tables to “save” them.
glass containers are allowed within the pool picnic area.
alcoholic beverages or intoxicants of any kind are allowed in the pool
is not allowed in the pool picnic area.
and recycling must be disposed of properly.
Anyone not cleaning up after themselves may be barred from using the
pool and picnic area.
is not allowed.
entering the pool enclosure before or after operating hours, without
permission, may be barred from
using the pool and is subject to prosecution for
in violation of the above rules and regulations may have their pool
for up to sixty (60) days
after notice and opportunity for a hearing.
See Bylaws Article VII, Section 1 (b).
Board of Directors reserves the right to amend these
rules/regulations at any time.
Only Association members in good standing may reserve the pool picnic pad.
To reserve, contact the Pool Committee Chair by email at least 2 weeks in advance.
To reserve, the member must have a valid pool pass.
To reserve, the member must also complete the LVCA Pool Picnic Pad Agreement, which the Pool Committee Chair will provide to the member.
The Picnic Area may be reserved for a period up to 3 hours.
Dated wristbands will be provided for up to 10 guests. All event attendees must have a wristband or valid pool pass.
During reserved periods, one table must be made available for other pool guests to use.
Each household may reserve the Picnic Area a maximum of 3 times during the pool season.
The Picnic Area will not be available to reserve on holidays or during pool special events.