2020 Pool Opening Update
After a lot of back and forth information coming from those in charge in Frankfort, the Landis Lakes Recreation Board has decided to open the pool, starting Monday, June 8 with daily operating hours from 11:00am - 8:00pm. The adult only swim times from 10:00am - 11:00am on the weekends have been discontinued for this season. While the pool is still restricted for lane swimming only, we can now open more of our lanes from the previously restricted number. Since our lifeguards will be staffed for this month, should the restrictions be lifted to allow for more traditional swimming in July (or hopefully later this month), we will be ready.
Originally, we had looked at an online reservation system for the lanes, but thought it may be better to just allow a more "first come / first serve" process and to just monitor how this goes. Reserving for an hour or two online seemed somewhat wasteful and more work intensive to monitor, as it seemed unlikely that someone would actually "lane swim" that entire time. The LLRA Board thought it better to allow those that show up, to let them swim for awhile and then as soon as they are out, someone else can take a turn. We may resort to using a signup clipboard at the check-in table if needed to better manage the process.
The pool has to operate at 33% capacity, which is uncommon we ever exceeded that during non-holidays in past pool seasons. The lawn chairs are situated with the right number and proper spacing, that if every chair is occupied, we will be at 33%. You can expect to have your temperature taken before entering the pool and if in the normal range, your attendance will be taken with the Memberment app, which is required to enter the pool. You will be asked to observe the distancing and sanitary guidelines posted at the pool and the guards can explain more of the procedures when you arrive. There will be 30-minute sanitation periods from 1:00 - 1:30, 3:30 - 4:00, and 6:00 - 6:30. During these periods, people must vacate the pool deck, and if there is a line for entry into the pool for the next swim session, we ask that those that have already used the pool that day get to the back of the line to allow others to have their turn. If there is still space (seating) available, then those that have used the pool earlier can regain entrance. So if you are coming to swim or layout, it would be best not to come right before the disinfection periods begin.
One more thing to note, is that guest passes are not allowed this season (as for now). This is to try and limit the population that uses the pool to those that live directly in this community. If that changes later in the summer, we will send out a communication.
Hopefully these restrictions will be lifted towards the end of this month and we can return to traditional pool operations. Thanks for your patience as we work through these uncharted waters. Feel free to email the board with any questions - LLRAboard@landislakes.com.
Your LLRA Board of Directors,
Mike Grane - Academy Ridge Representative
Carrie Ritsert - Woods of Landis Lakes Representative
Mark Snyder - Landis Lakes Representative
June 8, 2020
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