Apartment Pool Opens This Weekend
Swimming Pool Opens This Weekend!
Willow Creek Crossing Apartment residents, get ready to suit up. The Lakeridge Drive pool is schedule to be open this Memorial Day weekend! Unfortunately, we are awaiting parts for the Mill Run pool, so it will remain closed. We will keep you posted when it will open.
What You Need to Use the Pool
In order to use the pool, residents will need to have their Willow Creek Crossing Apartments ID, the gate lock code, and will need to read and sign a copy of the pool rules.
Stop by the leasing office by Friday before 6:00pm to sign the pool rules and get the access code for the lock so you’re able to enjoy the pool this weekend.
If you do not have a Willow Creek Crossing ID, you will want to have one made. Residents must have their resident ID with them at the pool and be ready to show our pool attendants when asked.
Who May Use the Pool?
The swimming pools are for the exclusive use and enjoyment of our apartment residents; therefore, guest privileges are limited. ONE guest per adult resident is permitted. Residents must accompany guests at all times. Please note that during periods of heavy attendance, guest privileges may be revoked, as pool capacity is limited by the Health Department. Pool capacity signs are posted at the pools.
Per the Board of Health: You must be at least 14 years old to swim without an adult. Residents aged 14 to 17 may be issued an ID when accompanied to the office by the resident guardian who can verify their age. Note: Residents under the age of 18 may not be responsible for others under the age of 14, unless they show documentation they are certified in water safety instruction, CPR, and first aid.
Regarding babysitters: If you want your babysitter to take household members to the pool, residents will need to accompany the babysitter to the office to get an ID and have a criminal background check ($10 fee).
General Pool Conduct
We ask your understanding in that the rules of conduct for using the pool are set forth by the Fort Wayne / Allen County board of Health and by Sentry Management for your safety while enjoying our pools.
Please read the signs posted at the pool These are the rules set forth by the Board of Health including:
- You must wear proper swim attire
- street clothes are not permitted in the pool
- diaper-aged children must wear swim diapers
- diapers may not be changed on the deck
Use of footballs, basketballs, flotation mattresses, or other items that monopolize the pool, disturb other swimmers, or compromise the filtration system are not permitted.
You will receive a full set of pool rules when you come to the office for the new entry code. There is also a set of pool rules included in your resident handbook. Please do NOT give out the combination to other residents and do not let anyone in the pool who does not have a resident ID. If we find the code has been compromised, the combination will be changed and residents will need to return to the office to get the new code.
Officer Tom and Officer Jay will be returning again this year to watch over our pools. The Allen Protection Patrol Service team will be working as well. Please heed instructions from them and leave the pool when it is being closed at the end of the day or if bad weather or maintenance issues occur.
Remember to stop by Willow Creek Crossing Apartments leasing office by Friday, May 22 if you want to use the pool this weekend.