Your signed bylaw ballot must be received no later than October 14th. Contact us if you did not receive it in the mail. Supporting documentation can be found in the blue box on this web page.
A link will be sent out Sunday mornings for the following week. Up-to-date guidelines and rules are sent out periodically, so it is important that you check your email for the latest news.
Here are a few important items to note:
If you have not already turned in your 2020 volunteer fee check of $100, please drop it in the mailbox slot at the front of the clubhouse. Please write as a check payable to CGSRC, post date to October 31, 2020, and seal in an envelope addressed to Treasurer. Once your family fulfills two hours of volunteer services to or for the Club, your check will be destroyed or returned. If you prefer to not fulfill hours and have the Board cash your check, please include a note. Note: Board reduced 2020 volunteer requirement to two hours. Sign up link is here.
Access to Club grounds may be denied without volunteer dues paid. Volunteer dues of $100 are required for members with less than 10 years membership and who have not served on the CGSRC Board. If you are unsure if you are exempt from this requirement, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Swimming Pool Access
We am happy to announce that the board has come up with a reopening plan now that our county has reached "phase 3". Our plan was developed to adhere to County, State and CDC guidelines. In order to follow suggested guidelines, we will limit the number of families that are able to enjoy the club at one time. Below you will find a detailed outline of the rules we've come up with as well as safety precautions that will be in place. If you wish to share constructive feedback, please follow this link.
Ballot Deadline Reminder
Social Distancing and Mask Requirements
Club members must wear face coverings while at the club when you are not in the water or seated with your family. You may not enter the club if you do not have a mask on. *Pursuant to the California Dept. of Public Health order dated June 18, 2020, people in California must wear face coverings while outdoors in public spaces when maintaining a physical distance of 6 feet from persons who are not members of the same household is not feasible.
- Members may not move the tables.
- You may bring a pop-up to provide shade.
- Each picnic table provides seating but you may also bring in your own chairs as we are not allowing the club chairs to be used.
- Members need to bring BBQ tools. We will supply chimneys and charcoal. The guards will clean the grill prior to each session.
- Guards will distribute ice.
- The number of people in the pool is limited to 40.
- One family may use the bathroom at a time. Please close the bathroom door when in use. Bathrooms will be wiped down every 30 minutes by guards.
- Diving board, playground, volleyball court, and sports court may be closed to encourage social distancing.
- Clubhouse is accessible for sink use only. The stove, oven, and refrigerator may not be used.
AGM ZOOM MEETING
The AGM, held Sept. 21st, discussed Club improvements, potential bylaw changes, and an increase to the dues and membership cap. We are happy to announce the results of the College Greens Swim and Racquet Club Board of Directors election: Audrey Bazos and Elena Thrower have been reelected to the board. This will be Audrey and Elena's third term. And congratulations to the the Cabana Club's newest board members Charlie Wells, Olivia Carpenter, and Jenelle Hemphill!
Thank you to all the members that came out to vote. And speaking of voting, please remember to mail in your ballot for the bylaw changes and necessary dues increases. Thank you!
For our members health and safety, we are following state and county guidelines.