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May 2021 News

Cypresswood Green 2020 Pool Season
The Cypresswood Green pool is now open. The health and safety of residents, staff, and contractors are of utmost importance and to help reduce the risk of exposure to COVID 19 special procedures and rules will be in place. 

Please note that the danger of exposure to COVID 19 exists and you should use your discretion in the use of the pool facility. Please use caution. Swim at your own risk. 

These rules are subject to change as regulatory guidelines and safety considerations require, up to and including closing the pool at any time without notice. 

Every household MUST complete the Liability Waiver which can be found here. Please bring your completed Liability Waiver along with your photo identification to the pool. 

You must have a $0 balance to be eligible to use the pool. The pool staff will have an eligibility list and will check it before allowing access. The list will not have balances due and you may not make payments at the pool. Payments may be made online here. Please note that due to COVID 19, the offices of C.I.A. Services are closed to the public; however, payments in the form of a check, cashier’s check, or money order may be placed under the door of the office located at 8811 FM 1960 Bypass Road, Suite 200. All payments may take up to 5 business days to post to your account. 

For the safety of residents and staff, there will be special rules and guidelines in place for the 2020 pool season.

 There will be a maximum of 30 people allowed inside the pool fence at a time. This includes swimmers and non-swimmers. Access will be on a first-come, first-serve basis. Reservations will not be taken. The maximum number of patrons is subject to change at any time without notice.

Guests are not permitted at this time. Only permanent members of the household may use the facility.

Pool furniture will not be available for use; however, you may bring your own for your personal use. 

Social distancing will be enforced. You must maintain a distance of at least 6 feet at all times (in and out of the pool) between you and people who are not part of your household. Face coverings are required to enter the facility. DO NOT WEAR FACE COVERINGS IN THE WATER. 

Do not use the pool facility if you have tested positive for or have been diagnosed with COVID 19 or were exposed to someone with COVID 19 or suspected of having COVID 19 in the last 14 days. Do not use the pool if you have a cough, fever, shortness of breath, or other symptoms of illness. 

No swim lessons or private parties will be allowed. 

Water fountains and showers will be not available for use. Food consumption is not permitted in the pool area at this time.

Restroom usage will be limited to 1 patron at a time with an exception of parent/guardian and child. 

The pool is open from 12:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday and 12:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. on Sundays. The pool is closed on Mondays except for Labor Day. Labor Day pool hours will be 12:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. The pool will be open weekends only when school starts through Labor Day. The pool hours are subject to change without notice.

Blue Water Recreation is consistently keeping up with the changes and updates from the Governor and County representatives. With the latest mask requirements, they are not required while swimming or while eating or drinking. 

Below are the Face Covering Requirements:

  1. When leaving one’s residence and when in a public place all persons over the age of ten (10) are required to wear some form of face-covering that covers the nose and mouth. The face-covering may, for example, be a homemade mask, scarf, bandana, handkerchief, and other cloth masks.
  2. When outside their residences and in a public place, residents are required to continue to maintain a social distance of at least six (6) feet.
  3. All persons over the age of ten (10) are required to wear a face-covering that covers the nose and mouth except when:
    • Exercising outside or engaging in physical activity outside alone;
    • Alone in a separate single space, whether indoors or outdoors;
    • In the presence only of other members of one’s residence, whether inside or outside the residence;
    • When doing so poses a greater mental or physical health risk, including exacerbating a pre-existing medical condition or including, but not limited to, anyone who has trouble breathing, or is unconscious, incapacitated or otherwise unable to remove the cover without assistance;
    • When doing so poses a security or safety risk, such as impairing the ability to drive or to be inspected at a security checkpoint; or
    • When eating or drinking

Face-covering rules and/or social distancing guidelines may change without notice at the direction of local or state officials or at the discretion of the Board.

Thank you,

The Cypresswood Green Board of Directors and Management Team

Crime Watch

No neighborhood is immune from car break-ins. It happens in all communities. Most often, car break-ins occur during the early morning hours when the risk of discovery is low. Persons who commit these types of crimes can be juveniles on a dare, or addicts desperate for something to trade or pawn to support their habits


  • Secure your vehicle safely in the garage OR park your vehicle as close to the residence as possible. If you park on the street, park in an area with good visibility and lighting. If you rent, report lighting/security problems to your landlord or property manager.
  • Do not leave anything in your vehicle that would tempt somebody to break in. Remove valuables or secure them out of sight in your trunk.
  • If your car stereo has a removable faceplate, remove it. Do not leave CDs in the car.
  • Lock your car doors. Some thieves go from car to car trying doors. Chances are they will simply move on to the next car. Unlocked vehicles provide places for people to sleep, hide, or engage in drug activity.
  • DO NOT confront the suspect. DO NOT compromise your safety. If you are in a car, flashing your high beams or honking your horn is enough to alert him of your presence. People will likely not commit crime when they know someone is watching.
  • Develop a telephone or e-mail "tree" of neighbors or tenants wishing to participate in a Neighborhood Watch or Apartment Watch effort. Notify each other of criminal and suspicious activity so all can be aware and alert and take precautions.

If anyone should see suspicious activity to call 911 immediately!!

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