The Regency Community includes two pool locations for the residents and authorized/ supervised guests to enjoy.  Current access fobs are required to enter the pool facility.


Click here to download pool documents, like rules, schedules, fob request forms, and more!

Access Cards/ Fobs
Each family may obtain a maximum of three (3) access fobs. Regency residents who are current with their quarterly assessments may obtain access cards. Failure to pay your Homeowner Association assessments in a timely manner will result in your access cards being deactivated until your account is current.

Do not throw your fobs away at the end of the season. They will be reactivated each season.  Download the pool document ( above) to request additional or replacement fobs.

Each homeowner's fob will be activated for guarded hours only. If you wish to access the pools during unguarded hours, you must complete the unguarded hours access waiver and forward it to PPM. Your fob will be reprogrammed accordingly within 48 business hours.

Pool Management

Our pool is managed by Aquatic Management Group.  Please note that they do offer swim lessons and they accept lifeguard applications from neighborhood residents.  Visit their website if you'd like to find out more.


Rules
All of our pool rules are important.  Two commonly overlooked rules are that absolutely no glass is allowed anywhere inside the pool fence.  Broken glass near the pool requires the pool to be drained, scrubbed, inspected, and re-filled.  This is a process which costs more than $1000 and requires the pool be closed for several days.  Another overlooked rule is that no child 3 years of age or younger will be permitted to enter the pool facilities without wearing a swim diaper and rubber pants (see below under "Swim Pants"). The lifeguards will ask you to leave if you are breaking any of our pool rules, so it is important that you familiarize yourself and your household with them.  Please carefully review them.  You may download a copy from our
documents section.

Swim Lessons

No swim instruction or lessons may occur at the HOA pools unless pre-approved in writing by the Board.  Gaining approval requires registering, providing schedules, and providing proof of insurance. To obtain approval, contact robert@ppmral.com to begin the process.  If you are taking lessons from a neighbor, contact PPM to verify that the instructor is approved and has the proper insurance.


These AMG staff members provide lessons (and are properly insured):

Melissa Jones         704.881.4877
Chance Beacham   919.623.9326
Abbie Davies-Cutting    919.593.6073


POOL PARTIES: You may not have a party of more than 10 people without first obtaining special permission for a pool party.  Parties may only be scheduled during normal pool operating hours and may not be scheduled during swim meets or community-wide socials.  Visit the pool documents page to view the pools schedules before scheduling your party with AMG.  For pool parties, you may download the form at the Aquatic Management Group website.

NOTES: The pool is vacuumed on Wednesday and Sunday mornings.  All residents must exit when necessary to allow pool maintenance.

SWIM PANTS: Parents!  Here is a quick way to order rubber swim pants.  Please note that these are REQUIRED before your child can enter the pool!  Buy Swim Pants Online or Gerber Swim Pants 


Drowning doesn't look like you think it does

"Drowning is the No. 2 cause of accidental death in children, ages 15 and under (just behind vehicle accidents)—of the approximately 750 children who will drown next year, about 375 of them will do so within 25 yards of a parent or other adult. In some of those drownings, the adult will actually watch the child do it, having no idea it is happening.* Drowning does not look like drowning".

If you use the pool or go anywhere near water, please read these important and informational articles. They help you to recognize signs of drowning, and here's a hint: it looks nothing like the dramatic TV shows make you think it would.

http://www.myfoxtwincities.com/story/25583480/investigators-drowning-is-silent (This video shows what silent drowning looks like)

http://mariovittone.com/2010/05/154/ (This article explains silent drowning)

http://www.houstoniamag.com/news-and-profiles/articles/the-complicated-truth-about-children-and-drowning-april-2015 (Uncomfortable but useful information about supervision and drowning.)

While we have not had any incidents at our pools, a drowning can happen any time and this message is intended to educate people against the misconception that people drowning call for help, splash, or look distressed when most do not/ cannot.


 
 

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