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Pool Rules

09/05/2022 4:57pm

The Red Fox Hills Pool is Open from Memorial Day Weekend through Labor Day Weekend from 6am to 10pmGeneral Pool Rules

  • POOL HOURS: The pool is open 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily beginning Memorial Day Weekend thru Labor Day Weekend (weather permitting).
  • ADMITTANCE: Pool hours are strictly enforced. The police will be called if anyone, including a resident, is trespassing after hours. If the “POOL CLOSED” sign is posted on the gate, there will be absolutely NO SWIMMING or admittance.
  • LIFEGUARD: There is no lifeguard on duty. Swim at your own risk and closely supervise your children.
  • CHILDREN: Children 12 and under MUST be supervised by an adult or teenager over 14 years old at all times. Children 3 years or younger, or those not fully potty trained, must wear swim diapers in the pool at all times.
  • SMOKING/VAPING: No smoking or vaping is allowed on pool grounds including the restrooms.
  • GLASS CONTAINERS: No glass containers of any kind are allowed in the pool area.
  • GATES: Keep the pool gates closed and locked at all times. If you are the last one to leave be sure to lock the gates and put the umbrella down.
  • CLEANUP: Any items remaining at the pool at the end of the day will be discarded.
  • HOSE: The pool hose is used for watering plants, filling the pools, cleaning, and other maintenance. Please do not let children use the hose as a toy.
  • DOGS: Dogs are NOT allowed at the pool. Do not attach leashes to the fence posts around the pool (it bends the rails and they are costly to replace).
  • KEY REPLACEMENT: Call the pool manager if you need a pool key. The cost is $5.00 for a replacement key.
  • BIOHAZARD: If your child has a bowel movement in the pool you MUST do the following: Instruct all swimmers to evacuate the pool immediately. Call the pool manager immediately. Using the pool skimmer located above the bench on the pool building, remove the poop as quickly as possible. Dispose of the poop in the garbage pail or flush it down the toilet. Rinse and clean the skimmer with soap and water. Notify all residents swimming at the pool that the pool is now closed. The pool service will treat the pool with chemicals before the pool can be re-opened. It is important to follow the above rules because it is a health issue that requires the pool to be treated with chemicals.


  • RFH residents are welcome to make use of the pool area for parties. 
  • Contact the pool managers to reserve your date and time!
  • It is not an exclusive reservation. Other residents and guests are welcome to use the pool during a reserved slot.

The reservation is simply to let residents know that a gathering will take place and to ensure that multiple pool functions aren't scheduled for the same day.

COVID-19 Pool Rules

Currently there are no COVID restrictions at the pool.  We ask that everyone abides by the pool rules listed above.  If we do not get compliance, we will need to reinstate the signup requirements for the pool or close the pool until we can safely reopen.  Please be respectful of others and the facilities.

Our guidelines are based on CDC and Boulder Country guidelines/recommendations and thus subject to change based on changing COVID-19 conditions.

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