Pool Rules

Thousand Oaks Pools Rules

The Resident Handbook can be found HERE. This includes updated information regarding changes implemented in 2018. We recommend all residents review the Resident Handbook to be familiar with the pool rules, guest policies, pool operating hours, swim lesson guidelines, pool party information, lost and found, and more.

  • NO LIFEGUARD ON DUTY – SWIM AT YOUR OWN RISK
  • No children under 12 are allowed without a guardian aged 16 or older in attendance, unless the provisions below are followed.  Parents/Guardians are expected to supervise, be responsible and liable for the actions of their children.
  • No gum, food, drinks IN the pool.
  • No smoking or tobacco of any kind inside pool gates. This includes vaping.
  • No glass containers inside pool gates
  • No diving or flips off the side of the pool
  • No running/horseplay on the pool deck. No horseplay in the pool.
  • ANY PERSON CAUGHT GOING OVER THE LOWER WATERFALL OR CLIMBING THE UPPER WATERFALL WILL BE ASKED TO LEAVE IMMEDIATELY AND WITHOUT WARNING
  • No abusive or foul language
  • No drunk and disorderly conduct
  • No pets permitted
  • Infants must wear swim diapers – disposable diapers are not permitted
  • Guest Policy: all guests must be accompanied by a resident when using the pool. The guest fee is $1 per person.

Pool Attendant may ask patrons to leave if above rules are not being followed.

Members who have 12 – 15-year-olds may come to the pool if the following criteria are met:

  1. Members must sign an Agreement, Indemnification and Release (“Agreement”)
  2. The Agreement will contain a provision that states upon a policy violation, each family is permitted 1 warning, followed by loss of pool key for a year, and fine. (1st warning will be emailed and/or mailed to the property owner’s address and notification of pool key termination will be communicated in writing.
  3. Members must ensure children who are signed up must produce a pool key.
    1. If two children from different homes come to the pool, each will need their property pool key.
  4. Any child caught giving a false name will count as the 1st warning.
  5. Loss of the pool key at any point in the year, will not entitle members any form of discounts, dues reduction, or other financial consideration of sums due to the Association.
  6. Any guest children who fall within the age range of 12 – 15 must complete an Agreement with participation from legal guardian or parent.
  7. Any guest children who fall within the age range of 12 – 15 must wear a reusable id bracelet, provided by the Association, which identifies First name / parent phone (future state)
  8. Nannies and Childcare Providers bringing children to the pool may sign an agreement and will not be counted as a guest while they are working. They will be responsible/accountable for the behavior of the children under their care, and any guests they bring.