A: There are several BBQ’s installed just outside the Community Center over in the Park area. However, if a User wants to utilize their own, it will have to be set up somewhere in the turf area in front of the Community Center, not inside the building, on any of the deck areas attached to the building, or inside the pool fence area.
A: Yes, however, any provisions they may need for actual cooking (non-microwave items) need to be set up outside in the parking lot somewhere out of the way. We cannot allow any cooking in the building.
A: No. The pool cannot be rented for private parties as it is available for the entire community on a daily basis.
However, the pool management company, Front Range Recreation (www.frontrangerecreation.com, 303-617-0221) will work with residents interested in utilizing the pool for kid’s parties to staff accordingly to meet safety requirements during the times the pool is typically open. Appropriate arrangements can be made directly with Front Range for payment of additional lifeguard services.
A: Yes, but there is a limit of three pool guests per family, per day. Also, per the pool rules, the lifeguard reserves the right to enforce a ratio on one adult per seven children if inappropriate behavior occurs. If you plan to hold a “pool party”, you will need to contact the pool management company to arrange for additional lifeguard service, if required depending on the amount of attendees. Costs for extra lifeguard service will be paid for by the party organizer directly to the pool management company.
A: 8:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m.
A: One User function per day can be reserved.
A: It is available under the Request a Reservation tab.
A: 17 total seating consisting of 10 card table chairs, 4 upholstered chairs and a couch.
A: No, all furniture must remain inside at all times.
A: Yes, but remember that the DJ must be inside the Community Center and the music should not be heard by pool guests or nearby neighbors.