Creekside West Pools Are Now Closed

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December 1, 2020 / Comments (2)

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The summer season came to a close several weeks ago and normally the Beach Club pool would remain open. You may have noticed the Creekside West Board of Directors made a decision to keep both pools open a little longer than normal so long as a pool monitor was available.

However, due to the persistence of COVID-19 outbreaks across the county, all Creekside West pools were closed as of Wednesday December 2, 2020. This is also due to the ballooning cost of hiring a pool monitor to ensure Creekside West residents are abiding by the recommendations and restrictions provided by state and county public health officials.

Creekside West Board members are closely monitoring updates provided by California State and San Bernardino County public health officials and will resume access to pools when it is deemed safe to do so by public health officials.

Thank you for your cooperation as we all play a role in keeping our community safe.

2 Responses to :
Creekside West Pools Are Now Closed

  1. Mark Ayers says:

    You raise the monthly dues and take away what we’re paying for,
    and hide behind Covid. Studies have shown the pool/jacuzzi is the safest place to be,
    due to the chlorine.
    You don’t need a pool monitor in the off season, you never did before.
    Please just open the jacuzzis …people need the relief….or cancel our fees if you can not provide
    what we’re paying for!

    1. admin says:

      We are sorry you feel this way Mark Ayers. Trust, it is not a decision we take lightly. For more information regarding the latest round of restrictions and orders from public health officials, please visit https://sbcovid19.com/

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