- NO LIFEGUARD ON DUTY. Use these facilities at your own risk
- Pool hours are: 6:00 AM until 9:30 PM
- NO VALID POOL CARD NO ACCESS. Trespassing will NOT be tolerated and trespassers may be prosecuted
- CHILDREN UNDER THE AGE OF 15 MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY AN ADULT 18 YEARS OF AGE OR OLDER.
- Residents 15 or older may come to the pool alone/unattended.
- Only residents 18 or older are allowed to bring guests. Residents in the same household may share a key card. Residents over the age of 18 may have a maximum of 4 guests per household. A resident MUST accompany guests.
- The Board reserves the right to ask for proof of identification and residency.
- The following items are not allowed in pool area: Alcohol, Tobacco, Glass or Breakable Items, Water Balloons, Pets, Bikes, Scooters, Roller Blades/Shoes, Skateboards, Air Mattresses/Large Pool Floats, Footballs/Hard Balls or any other objects/toy deemed a safety hazard.
- NO SMOKING OR VAPING of any kind is allowed in the pool area.
- Proper swimwear required. No jeans, cut-offs, street clothes or loose clothing allowed for safety reasons.
- No diving, running, sliding down hand rails, roughhousing or general horseplay that will endanger the safety of others.
- Children not potty-trained must wear swim diapers while in the pool. Accidents in the pool may require that the pool be closed for 24 hours, per the Texas State Health Department.
- Persons with skin diseases, open sores or wounds, inflamed eyes, nasal or ear infections or any communicable diseases are not allowed to use the pool.
- Emergency equipment is to be used for emergencies only. IN CASE OF EMERGENCY CALL 911 .
- Access to the equipment area is restricted to authorized personnel.
- Violations of the pool rules including letting in people without key cards or failure to pay assessments may result in the suspension of pool privileges.
Source: Thirteenth supplemental certificate and memorandum of recording of dedicatory instruments for Panther Creek Association of Homeowners, Inc.
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