Hudson Park Estates Pool House
Hudson Park Estates Pool House

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Pool Attendant Application
Attendant Applications are due by April 10.

Above is the link to the application for Lifeguarding at HPE for the Summer of 2017.   Guards will be hired based on reviews from supervisors from previous years and reference listed on their application.  All applicants must commit to approximately 20 hours per week.  Time off will be granted for family vacations and extra- curricular activities in which the guard is directly involved (band camp, sports camps, drama/music camp etc.)  Otherwise, guards are expected to be available to work all assigned shifts.  All applications are to be submitted to the hudsonparkestateshoa@gmail.com email address by April 10.

 
Need information about the pool, please contact Marea Ludwig, HPE Pool Manager, at hpemanager@gmail.com
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The Pool is scheduled to open the Friday prior to Memorial Day
(Weather Permitting). 

The Pool will close the day following
Labor Day. 



Regular Hours
Monday through Friday: 12:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Saturday and Sunday: 11:00 am - 9:00 pm

When school is in session: 4:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Weekends (when school is in session):
11:00 am - 8:00 pm

Early Morning Lap Swim
TBD



 
INCLEMENT WEATHER POLICY

At the Hudson Park Estates Pool, the safety of its members and staff is our highest priority. For outdoor pools, swimming during a thunderstorm is extremely dangerous. Lightning regularly strikes water, and since water conducts electricity, a nearby lightning strike is probable. Other weather conditions can also lead to a delay in opening, or closure for the day, and are made by the manager on duty.

Lightning and Thunder: When thunder or lightning is first noticed, outdoor pool activities will be suspended and all outdoor pools and pool decks will be evacuated until 20 minutes after the last sign of thunder, and 30 minutes for lightning. The distance from a facility to an approaching thunderstorm can be five to eight miles away, but lightning can strike from a much farther distance.

Rain/Wind: Heavy rain can make it difficult to see the bottom of a pool or beneath the surface. If heavy rain causes bottom obstruction, pools will be cleared and swimming halted until the rain lets up. Wind can also cause safety hazards. If wind is observably strong or gusty and
causes bottom obstruction due to rippling, swimmers will be cleared
from pools until the bottom is visible.

Temperature: During periods of cool weather, the outdoor pool will not open when the air temperature is below 60 degrees F. If the temperature falls below 60 degrees F throughout the day, the pool will stay open at the discretion of the manager on duty. 


 
Attention HPE Families:
Please help keep our neighborhood pool, lake, and tennis courts clean by reminding your children to clean up after themselves by putting trash into trash cans or recylce containers provided.  We would like the HPE Life Guards' main focus to be on the safety of the children, not cleaning up after them.