Reid Farm Amenity Guidelines  

  General Guidelines:

Upon purchasing your new home in Reid Farm, you became a member of the Homeowners' Association (HOA).  All HOA members - in good standing - have access to the community amenities.  The Community Pool is located behind a key card-access gate for security reasons, you must have a key card to access the pool area. One key card is allowed per household and cards are good year after year.  If you do not have a card or are in need of a replacement card ($25), contact NMI by e-mail at poolkey@nmitx.com.  

Remember, it is not recommended that anyone swim alone and there is No Lifeguard on Duty so supervision of children is MANDATORY.


 
Pool Rules
 

      HOURS OPEN DURING SWIM SEASON - 8 A.M. TO 10 P.M.

 

  • WARNING - NO LIFEGUARD ON DUTY—SWIM AT YOUR OWN RISK!  The Reid Farm HOA Assumes No Responsibilty For Any Personal Injury To Anyone Resulting From Use Of Pool
  • In Case Of An Emergency, DIAL 911 
  • Children (14 And Under) Must Have An Adult (18 Or Older) In Attendance
  • Do Not Alter Or Remove Safety Equipment
  • No Diving
  • Do Not Swim Alone
  • Proper Swim Attire Is Required
  • Swim Diapers Are Allowed But All Non-Swim Diapers Must Be Covered With Tight Fitting Plastic Pants - Diaper Changes MUST Be Made In Restroom Facility
  • All Children Must Be Supervised
  • No Glass Is Permitted Inside Pool Gates
  • No Running, Diving, Rough Play And/Or Pushing In/Around The Pool
  • No Skateboards, Bikes, Scooters, Or Roller Blades Inside The Pool Gates And/Or Playground Gates.
  • No Eating, Drinking And/Or Smoking And E-Vaping In Or Near The Water
  • Music And Noise Must Be Kept At A Non-Offensive Level
  • Members Are Authorized To Expel Any Person(s) Due To Disruptive Behavior, Age, Or Lack Of Adult Member Present
  • No Volleyball Nets Allowed In Pool
  • No Pets, Except Service Animals, Allowed Inside Pool Gates Or Playground Gates (TX State Health Code 265.203-F)

It is the responsibility of each resident to see that these rules are enforced in order to maintain a safe pool area for the use and recreation of all concerned.  The Board of Directors has the obligation and right to suspend the membership and pool privileges of any member who abuses their privilege or creates a safety hazard.