Eagle Crossing Pools open on the Saturday before Memorial Day and close the evening of Labor Day.
We try to make the pools easily accessible to any homeowner that wishes to use them and so both pools are open daily throughout the season from 9am to 9pm only closing if there are lightening or tornado warnings. health or mechanical issues.
Our pools are well maintained and the maintenance is paid for through the HOA dues. If you are current on your HOA dues payments, you and your family will have access to the pool via a key card. If you are new to our neighborhood and need a key card, please contact our management company at 317 207 4281. There is a small fee to replace a key card.
Please note that there are NO LIFEGUARDS on duty. We do have pool monitors who maintain the pools, the pool houses and keep general supervision of the area.
YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR YOURSELF AND YOUR CHILDREN WHILE IN THE POOL AREA.
Eagle Crossing residents may not give or loan their keycard to anyone.
All pool users shall take a cleaning shower before entering ANY pool. A pool user leaving the pool to use the restroom shall take another cleaning shower before returning to ANY pool.
Persons who have or had diarrhea in the last two weeks (2) weeks are not allowed in the pool.
Persons having infectious diseases, open sores, recent piercings, or ear infections are not allowed in the pool.
Persons who have an area of exposed subepidermal tissue, open blisters, cuts, etc., is advised to not use the pool.
During heavy usage, pool toys are not allowed in the pool.
Proper swim attire is required for all those entering the water. Street clothes, street shoes, cut-offs, thong bathing suits, etc. are not acceptable.
Persons under 3 years of age must wear proper swim attire and swim diapers if they are to enter ANY pool.
WHO MAY USE THE POOL
Eagle Crossing residents who are current with their Homeowner’s Association dues and fees.
Children, 15 and under, must be accompanied by a parent or guardian at all times.
Daily hours: 9:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m.
Security has the authority to remove Eagle Crossing resident or their guests for violation of any pool rule. Security also has the authority to take the violator’s keycard and prosecute accordingly, if necessary.
Pool privileges may be revoked and keycards deactivated if validated complaints of violence, vandalism and/or gross disregard of these Pool Rules are reported.
Eagle Crossing residents and their guests:
use the pool and pool area at their own risk and shall be solely responsible for any accident or injury in connection with such use.
are expected to keep the pool, bathhouse and inside the fenced pool area, clean and safe.
Eagle Crossing residents are liable for any physical damage to the pool property and its surrounding area caused by them and/or their guests.
Eagle Crossing residents who are not current with their HOA dues and fees may not enter as a guest of another resident.
Eagle Crossing residents may have up to four (4) guests per household at a time and must accompany the guest(s) during their entire visit. A guest is any person who does not live in Eagle Crossing.