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Lakeview at Brandywine
Welcome!

We look forward to a safe, fun, and exciting summer. This summer, your community is using Swimming Pool Passes, LLC to generate pool passes for all patrons. All patrons must present their pool pass to gain entrance to the pool area. Homeowners and residents of Lakeview at Brandywine who are up to date with their HOA assessments and in good standing with the community are authorized to utilize the community pool. Pool passes will be provided at no charge to Lakeview residents; the pool passes will display a barcode and must be presented each time to enter the pool.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the pool pass procedure?

  1. Complete the pool pass application
  2. Complete the pool waiver

How do I request or renew my membership pool passes?

For quicker processing, apply online.

If you prefer, you may print and mail a paper application.  Follow all instructions printed on the application.

How do I request a replacement pass?

Requesting replacement passes is the same procedure as requesting your original set of passes.  Please click the blue Apply Online button and follow the instructions.

How do I know I submitted my application correctly?

After submitting your online application, you will be directed to a “Success Page“.  You will also receive a confirmation email.

What is the pass policy?

All patrons must present their pass to the lifeguard daily.

What is the guest policy?

No pool guest will be allowed until further notice due to CDC Guidelines and the result of COVID-19 Guidelines. Anyone who is not a resident of the home would be considered a guest and all guests are prohibited from entering the pool.

How do I know if I'm eligible to access the pool?

Upon entrance to the pool, the Lifeguard staff will verify homeowner eligibility using a bar scan reader provided by the HOA Board or Tidewater Property Management. Homeowners that are not in good standing with the community will not be allowed to utilize the pool. Homeowners who are not in good standing will not be authorized to enter as guests; this is to ensure fairness for all homeowners. Homeowners who are turned away from accessing the pool should contact Tidewater Property Management, the management company, for resolution. Homeowners who are turned away from accessing the pool should contact Tidewater Property Management, the management company, for resolution.

How do I gain entrance to the pool?

Homeowners gain access to the pool by using their Key Fob. Each Lakeview family will be required to enter the pool using their own key fob and will be responsible for anyone that enters the pool with them. Please do not allow anyone to enter the pool under your key fob.

Adult/Child Ratio and Responsibilities

Adults are permitted to escort five children under twelve into the pool. Teens between the ages of 16-17 are permitted to escort two children under the age of twelve into the pool. Adults/Teens are responsible for direct supervision of the children and need to be within an arms-reach away while the children are in the water. Children will be required to pass a swim test administered by the lifeguard staff in order to swim throughout the pool.

Teens between the ages of 16-17 are permitted, however, disruptive or unruly children/teens will be asked to leave the pool premises and will be denied entry unless accompanied by a parent living in the community.

Gazebo Uses

No “Spontaneous” Pool Party are allowed. Homeowners who host a spontaneous pool party will be asked to leave the pool area; this will be reported to the HOA Board and could result in loss of community amenities for up to one year. The Gazebo area is for reserved spaces only. All confirmed Gazebo reservation will appear on the Tidewater portal under the community calendar. Please contact Tidewater Property Management if you do not see your reservation date.

Owners are responsible for cleaning up entirely after their event, which includes trash, and etc. There will be a back charge should cleaning and/or damages items exist in the Gazebo area.

Music

Homeowners are permitted to listen to music softly; music should be tasteful and non-offensive (no foul language). If a homeowner complains to the lifeguard about the music, the lifeguard will ask that the music be turned off. Failure to comply may result in losing pool privilege for the remainder of the day. Excessive noise violations (three or more) may result in the HOA Board intervening for resolution.

What are the pool hours?

Normal Hours

Monday: 12:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Tuesday: CLOSED
Wednesday: CLOSED
Thursday: 12:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Friday: 12:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Saturday: 10:00 am to 8:00 pm
Sunday: 10:00 am to 8:00 pm
Holiday:

Hours While Public School is in Session

Hours While Public School is in Session
Monday: 3:30 pm to 8:00 pm
Tuesday: CLOSED
Wednesday: CLOSED
Thursday: 3:30 pm to 8:00 pm
Friday: 3:30 pm to 8:00 pm
Saturday: 10:00 am to 8:00 pm
Sunday: 10:00 am to 8:00 pm
Holiday:

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