The Board of Directors thanks all of you for your patience and flexibility regarding pool usage this summer. The Board is delighted to announce that a variance obtained by Arapahoe County will allow Beacon Point to increase the number of people allowed at the pool. For the ease of our residents, Beacon Point will be able to do away with the reservation system provided every resident signs in each time you visit the pool. We will keep the entry restricted to the main front doors to keep accurate sign in and patron counts. This is Mandatory! The only way the District can cease the reservation system and allow residents to use the pool at their convenience is if Front Range has a way to track who is at the pool for potential contact tracing. We ask that you apply the hand sanitizer provided, then use the pen to sign in.
Although the CDPHE & Tri-County Health are allowing greater numbers to use the pool, they have not relaxed the social distancing requirements. Homeowners are asked to gather in groups of less than ten people and to maintain at least 6 feet from other groups. Mask use while on the pool deck is still recommended. The lifeguards are already tasked with the safety of those in the water and with the increased sanitation protocols, so please comply with the social distancing practices stated above. None of us want to see a spike in Coronavirus cases that cause us to have to restrict numbers again.
Although the pools will be open to all residents without a reservation system, residents will still need to bring their own chairs and drinks. Bringing guests to the pool is also strictly prohibited.
Beginning Saturday, July 11, the pool hours will be 10am-8pm daily with the pool closed for 60 minutes from 2:30-3:30pm to allow for a thorough sanitation of all surfaces. All patrons will have to leave the pool area while the lifeguards clean. Safety breaks will be reinstated at 11am, 12pm, 1pm, 5pm, 6pm and 7pm for 15 minutes.
The reservation system will remain in place for the workout room only
It should be understood that if circumstances change we may have to go back to the reservation system. We will be following the guidelines of the Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment (CDPHE) and Tri-County Health Department as they address changes to the COVID-19 health crisis.