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Swimming Pool Hours
Swimming Pools Open at 7am every day and close at 9:45pm.
2023 Swimming Pools will open May 25th and Close September 5th
Key Fobs will NOT function before 7:00 am or After 9:45pm
Adult Swim Monday-Friday at 11:00am at the 26th Street Pool.
- Pool and Splash Pad Hours 7:00 am to 9:45 pm
- Children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult (per city ordinance)
- Swim Diapers required for small children- please dispose of diapers after use appropriately
- Be a courteous neighbor regarding music and noise levels
- No eating while in the pool
- NO Diving
- No running, horseplay, or reckless behavior
- NO GLASS containers
- Do not leave key fobs hanging on the fence
- Clean up after yourself
- Splash pad is for splash play only
- No one is admitted into the pool with open sores, wounds or infections
- Please rinse off before entering the pool if you have been to the beach
Lake Regulations and Guidelines
• No dumping of objects of any kind may be done in the lake at any time. This includes dead Christmas Trees, dead shrubs, sand, dirt, rocks or any other items. Violation of this policy will be subject to a $100 fine or the cost of having objects removed from the lake whichever is greater.
Registration of all watercraft with the HOA is required to obtain access to the lake.
• Operate all permitted motorized and non-motorized watercraft safely and in a non-reckless manner, not endangering self and others, including riders on a towable.
• Maximum speed on the lake is 35 miles per hour when more than two motorized watercrafts are on the lake at the same time.
• To protect everyone’s property and those utilizing the no-wake zone, please do not create a wake within 50 feet of lake shore or boat docks.
• Please refrain from operating a boat with a ballast system or creating an excessive wake for surfing.
• To respect everyone’s quiet time and safety, please do not create a wake or pull a towable from sunset to sunrise.
• Non-motorized watercrafts always have the right-of-way over motorized craft.
• All motorized watercraft shall travel in a counterclockwise manner.
• For the safety of everyone, please do not overtake (pass) motorized watercraft.
• Use caution when transiting between the main north and south bodies of water.
• For the safety of everyone, please do not stage skiers, boarders, towable riders, etc. between the main north and south bodies of water,
• The channel widths qualify them as no wake zones and motorized watercraft should not operate within or exit at a high rate of speed
• For maximum use of the lake, all non-motorized watercraft need to operate within 50 feet of the lake shore when motorized watercraft are present.
• For the safety of everyone, swimmers, swim pads, and inflatables need to remain within 30 feet of the lake shore.
• For the safety of everyone, a maximum of 4 motorized watercraft on the lake at one time
o When at capacity, the lake will be shared by limiting usage to a maximum one-hour continuous use period followed by a minimum one-hour non-use period.
• When there are 2 or fewer motorized watercraft on the lake, reasonable maneuvers that may result in the rider(s) of the watercraft and/or towable falling into the water are allowed. For the safety of everyone, please discontinue these types of maneuvers once 3 or more motorized watercraft enter the lake.
• For the protection of everyone and our community, no watercraft of any type, motorized or not, shall be operated by anyone under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
• For everyone’s safety, all use of the lake must be in accordance with all State of Kansas Laws and Regulation regarding use of watercraft or these rules, whichever is more restrictive.
• If watercraft is operated in a lake other than Sandcrest allow watercraft to dry for 2 days before re-entry and inspect common areas for zebra mussels and other aquatic nuisances (bilge, motor, trailer, etc).
• To protect our lake, please remember guests are not allowed to bring their own watercraft onto the lake.
All are suggested guidelines for Residents & their Guests
Lake Violation Reporting & Penalties
Residents will take a picture or video, describe the situation as well as the person (s) involved and submit to the community email. email@example.com or complete the contact us form found below or submit this Lake Violation form.
ASSESSING A VIOLATION
The board will review the information submitted to determine if a violation has occurred and communicate penalties via mail.
FAILURE TO OBSERVE AND ADHERE TO THE LAKE REGULATIONS AND GUIDELINES WILL RESULT IN VIOLATION NOTICES WITH THE FOLLOWING SCHEDULE OF PENALTIES.
1ST VIOLATION – WARNING
2ND VIOLATION – $1OO FINE
3RD VIOALTION – $100 FINE + 30 DAY BAN
4TH VIOLATION – $100 FINE + BAN FOR REMAINDER OF THE SEASON
Golf Cart Registration
The safe operation and use of golf carts in Sandcrest is the responsibility of each homeowner. The use of golf carts on city streets in Kansas (and in Sandcrest) is not technically legal unless the particular vehicle has been determined to be STREET LEGAL. Law enforcement in our area has chosen to concentrate on other crime and more serious violations so that has afforded us the opportunity to safely operate golf carts in our community. Unsafe operation, operation by obviously unlicensed minors or complaints from residents will result in everyone losing this tenuous privilege. Your neighbors are asking everyone to use common sense when operating a golf cart. Parents need to strongly educate their children (both licensed and unlicensed) about the safety and use of operating a golf cart in our community. It is not the responsibility of the HOA to monitor or police the use of golf carts but please understand if you or your child abuses this privilege or someone complains too loudly, it could result in the loss of this benefit for the entire community and could then become a source of discourse, unhappiness and inconvenience for everyone.
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