Willow Creek Crossing Apartments would like to remind everyone of some very important safety issues.

Very Important and often misunderstood Pool Rules:

Residents under the age of 14 must be accompanied by a responsible adult. In other words, residents who are age 14 to 17 may swim without an adult, but they may not be responsible for younger kids. If you have an adult summertime babysitter, please make arrangements for your babysitter to get an ID, so your kids can swim.

All swimmers must wear bathing suits. Street clothes are not permitted, per Board of Health rules.

Use of footballs, basketballs, floatation mattresses or other items that monopolize the pool, disturb other swimmers, or compromise the filtration system are not permitted.

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 you to safely enjoy our swimming pools.

Please refer to the full set of rules that you received when you signed for the entry code.  There is also a set of pool rules included in your resident handbook.

Cigarette Butts:

Since we have been experiencing such a dry summer, we want to remind our residents to properly dispose of their cigarette butts in a suitable container; cigarette butts dropped on the grass may start a fire. Please remember that smoking in the front of buildings is prohibited.

Bicycle, Pedestrian, & Vehicle Safety:

Help keep Willow Creek Crossing Apartments safe by reminding members of your household that bike riding and playing in parking lots is prohibited.  Depot Park, next to the office, offers a large play area for our residents.  Bike riders old enough to ride in the streets need to follow the rules of the road.

The streets at Willow Creek Crossing are city streets.  Willow Creek Crossing provides sidewalks around the entire perimeter of the property for pedestrians. Pedestrians walking the streets when sidewalks are available, or persons unreasonably restricting traffic, may be ticketed by the Police Department.

Drivers, please stop and look for vehicle and pedestrian traffic before entering the streets from the parking lots.