1. There are no lifeguards on duty. All swimmers swim at their own risk and are fully responsible for their own safety.
2. All swimmers must shower and remove all bobby pins, hairpins, and other such material before entering the pool or hot tub. After sunbathing, another shower is required to remove all lotions, oils, and non-waterproof sunscreen as introduction of these products may clog the filters. All persons using lotions shall use a towel to protect the furniture and deck area.
3. Persons with open wounds, sores, or skin infections are not permitted in the pool or hot tub.
4.The following are prohibited in the pool and deck area: glass containers, running, horseplay, gum chewing, water guns, noodles, large flotation devices such as rafts, rubber boats, and boogie boards. No animals, including those required by the federal and State Fair Housing Acts, are permitted in the swimming pool or hot tub.
5. Small personal flotation devices for children are permitted when the child wearing the device is accompanied in the pool by someone who can ensure the child’s safety. Small aquatic toys are permitted when approved by the Duty Manager, so as not to interfere with other swimmers. No metal toys or glass containers are allowed anywhere on the pool deck.
6. Long hair must be tied back with a clip or rubber band.
7. Bathing suits are required. Board shorts are permitted. Infants and toddlers to prevent contamination of the swimming pool and spa shall wear swim diapers.
8. Diving or jumping into the pool is prohibited.
9. Children under the age of 12 should/must be supervised by their parent, legal guardian, or other responsible adult or person who can ensure the child’s safety while using the swimming pool, unless the child is a competent swimmer. A child's parent or guardian shall be responsible for determining if the child is a competent swimmer.
10. Guests at the pool shall number no more than 8 for any one resident family at any time. The pool cannot be reserved. All residents shall have access to the pool, hot tub, and exercise room at any time the Recreation Center is open.
11. Swimmers must dry off completely before entering the Clubhouse, upstairs lanai, or exercise room.
12. Earphones or headphones are required for all personal stereos.
13. All deck chairs and other furniture that has been moved must be returned to its original position. For example, lounge chairs should be side-by-side with backs 3/4 upright.
14. All rubbish must be removed from the premises.
15. An Association barbecue grill is available for use by residents when reserved with the duty manager and a fee paid to offset the cost of professional cleaning (see Clubhouse Community Lanai Use Contract). A gas tank is not provided. Paper products should not be used to light the barbecue grill.
16. The Association, Board of Directors, and Staff are not responsible for any loss, damage, or theft of personal property. Any personal property left in the Recreation Center shall be kept in the office and then disposed of in accordance with law.
17. Anyone who may be adversely affected by the heat or humidity of the hot tub such as young children, pregnant women, and anyone with high blood pressure, should not use the hot tub. Since prolonged exposure to high water temperatures can cause drowsiness and/or raise the blood pressure of any such persons, they should be accompanied by a parent, guardian, or someone who can ensure their safety when using the hot tub.
18. No alcohol will be permitted in the pool and hot tub areas.
19. Please be considerate of others. Disorderly persons will be asked to leave the premises immediately. The Association, Board of Directors, and Staff are authorized to ask any person not complying with the above rules to leave the premise
Hu’elani House Rules, Version 3.2, Adopted 21 May 2014