Category Archives: Rules and Regulations


2016 Pool Information

  The pool opens for the 2016 season May 14! You can view pool hours on the events page by CLICKING HERE. – OR – Click the following links to download and print! Parents of teenagers 13-17 MUST fill out this form and turn it into a guard in order for their teenager to be allowed into the pool. It is for safety reasons and the guards will be instructed to strictly enforce it. If it is not on file at the pool, the teenager will be turned away. Click […]

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New Tennis Court Rules

Residents are asked to observe the following when using the tennis court. Courts are for the EXCLUSIVE USE of Carpenter Village residents and their guests. Guests must be accompanied by a resident at all times. Court time is limited to one (1) hour for singles and one and a half (1-1/2) hours for doubles while players are waiting. Back-to-back use of courts by one or more of the same players is not allowed when others are waiting. Courts may not be reserved. Appropriate tennis shoes and apparel are required. No activity other than tennis is allowed. NO pets, […]

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Safe Swim for Children

It is imperative for the safety of your family and others to follow these safety guidelines while utilizing the Carpenter Village swimming pool. If your child is a weak swimmer, defined as being unable to complete a 25 meter swim (length of pool) without assistance, he or she must be closely monitored by a parent or guardian at all times. It is HIGHLY advisable that if you have a weak swimmer, you or a guardian should be in the water and within arm’s reach of your child. If you have […]

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Alleyway Etiquette

Carpenter Village alleyways are the property of our Homeowners Association; please follow these common courtesy guidelines regarding their use. No Parking Vehicle parking on Carpenter Village alleyway surfaces is prohibited. This restriction includes home service providers such as home improvement contractors, landscapers, carpet cleaners, etc. Exception is made when short-term loading and unloading is necessary. Vehicles parked in the alleyways limit access to residents, trash and recycling trucks and emergency vehicles. Resident landscape property can be damaged as vehicles negotiate driving around vehicles parked in the alley. Drive slow Observe […]

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