With the lifting of most COVID-19 mitigation requirements across Pennsylvania at the end of the month, we are pleased to announce that most of our facilities will soon be able to open without restriction. And we are introducing some new policies for the pool that we think are an improvement based on lessons learned last year.
Reservations will not be required at the pool.
But we are asking residents to make sure all family members are pre-registered with our on-line system
. Residents who registered last year will not need to register again -- your registration is still in our system. Registration will be used as proof of residency and age in place of the old Treesdale ID badges. Residents will check-in by name at the pool desk, but will no longer need to have their ID card present. This will reduce our expenses and potentially allow us to use online reservations for other services or facilities in the future.
Pool guest passes will once again be available at the front desk (5 free per household per month; $5 for each additional). Groups of 8 or more, and pool parties, should arrange in advance with the pool manager
The pool furniture will be back in place. Residents will also be able to bring their own beach chairs, which may be setup in the grass areas. The slide pool and Snack Shack will also re-open this season. While this Saturday is our planned reopening date, please check with the Community Center in the case of cold or inclement weather like this weekend, as hours are subject to change.
Gym, Barnasium & Community Center
Masks for un-vaccinated patrons will still be required indoors at our facilities. But, effective Monday, May 31st, reservations will no longer be needed for the workout rooms. The Barnasium, with a new ventilation system installed, will reopen this Friday.
We appreciate your patience over the past 15 months as we have navigated a number of challenges and constantly updated guidance in order to respond to the pandemic. Our priority has always been, and remains, protecting the health and safety of residents, employees and the community.