May 21/22 Pool Opens for the weekend use
May 28/29 Sat 10AM-9PM, Sun 11AM - 8PM
Your Southampton fob is required to access pool
May 18th 6:30PM Special Meeting with Councilman Ed Driggs
Discussion about the new Elementary school
and traffic concerns
June 12 @ 2PM Fire Truck visit and Popsicle for the kids
July 4 TimeTBD Parade and Pool Party
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2022 Swim At Your Own Risk Program
Beginning May 23, residents will be able to use the pool early in the morning before our lifeguards come in to prepare the pool for daily use. In order to do so, please review the rules below and complete the authorization form. The form must be completed and submitted before your fob will be enabled for early morning access. LIFEGUARDS ARE NOT PRESENT
Monday through Saturday 6:30am to CLOSE
Sunday 6:30am to CLOSE
Click here to download the authorization form.
A) The pool will close for half an hour prior to regular pool hours to allow for vacuuming, cleaning, etc. (Participants may remain on the grounds, but must be out of the water and not be in the lifeguards’ way)
B) Anyone under the age of 18 MUST BE ACCOMPANIED and WATCHED by an adult (age 18 and above)
C) Any homeowner that violates this requirement WILL HAVE THEIR POOL ACCESS SHUT OFF FOR THE REMAINDER OF THE SWIM SEASON (pool access to swim at your own risk hours AND pool access to normal hours)
D) Anyone using the pool during the swim at your own risk hours must be able and willing to verify their age if requested.
E) This form should be emailed or faxed to Superior Management. firstname.lastname@example.org or Fax (704) 875-7177
F) Out of respect for surrounding homes, no music should be played.
G) These swim at your own risk hours are ONLY FOR COMMUNITY MEMBERS. No Guests are allowed during these hours.
H) Normal hour pool rules continue to apply, for example, no running, diving, etc. (failure to follow the rules can result in pool rights revocation for the remainder of the swim season)
I) Exceptions: Swim Team Practice & Swim Meets; please check before heading to the pool. please see: Https://Southampton.swimtopia.com for team practice times and schedule
Please read the form carefully, before signing and submitting, to understand that you are swimming at your own risk, and the implications of doing so.
If you are aware of anyone not adhering to the rules surrounding the Swim At Your Own Risk Hours, please send an email immediately to email@example.com
Thank you and enjoy the summer!
A Message From The Southampton Board
During the next few inspections the management company will be continuing to focus their efforts on ensuring the community standards, outlined in the CCR's and Community Handbook, are being maintained. Some of the items they will be focusing on as as follows:
Southampton could use your help!
Our community could use someone like you! Please consider stepping up to help out the neighborhood that you live in! Below is a sketch of what it is like to serve on the ARC, HOA Board, and Neighborhood Watch.
HOA Board - The 5 person board is currently fully occupied. Board members meet about every 4-8 weeks to handle the business of the neighborhood. Responsibilities of the board range from the management of the pool and clubhouse, working with the neighborhood management company, listening to homeowners concerns, maintaining an attractive standard of property care throughout the neighborhood to insure homeowners' property values are protected, and managing financial resources of the neighborhood.
ARC Committee - Members receive requests from neighbors that want to make changes to their properties (adding a fence, an addition to their house, roofing changes). The members review the request and makes sure that it follows the guidelines of the community. The members vote whether to approve the request from the homeowner. Most of the work is done via email, but sometimes a ride-by is also in order to view the subject property.
The neighborhood watch committee is a group of neighbors that keep a watchful eye out for suspicious activity in the neighborhood and communicate that with the other members of the group, the HOA board, and when necessary informing the entire community. The HOA board also communicates with the Neighborhood Watch members to inform them of any issues that are happening (ie. trespassers at the pool, vandalism, loitering, etc.) in the neighborhood.
Social Committee - Help plan social events that all of your neighbors can enjoy. Traditionally, these events have included: Pool Parties, Fall Festivals, Coordinate Santa's Visit, 4th of July Parade, and Adult Parties at the clubhouse.
If you are interested in helping out we could really use your help.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information