Sugarland Run Swimming Pool
Sugarland Run is proud to feature Loudoun County’s largest private outdoor pool. It’s 50 meters by 25 yards, Olympic size! Amenities in the pool area include a diving well and a handicap accessible wading pool for little kids. There are trees and Sunbrellas for shade if residents want it. The bath house was renovated in Spring 2012 and is a bright and relaxing place to begin your time at the pool.
Sugarland Residents enjoy the pool from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend every year.
2021 POOL SEASON – As you may know the pool opening was delayed due to insufficient guard staff.
Our pool management company has advised that there are ongoing staffing challenges nationwide due to COVID-19 restrictions that are affecting the availability of international seasonal staff.
We are continuing to work with our contractor to find ways to secure locally-based guard staff in
order to open the pool as soon as possible. If you know of anyone interested in a lifeguard
position, please have them reach
out to High Sierra Pools. https://highsierrapools.com/job/lifeguard-sterling-virginia/
|Sunday||Saturday Entire Pool Season||10 AM – 8 PM|
Residents acquire their Photo ID pool passes at the SRHOA Office usually starting in May of each year if new passes are needed such as if you are new to the neighborhood. Renters will need permission from their landlord/property owner to acquire passes. Each household also receives 10 free pool guest passes per year.
SUGARLAND RUN POOL RULES – COVID ADDENDUM
Updated April 23, 2021
All members must provide a valid pool pass, have a reservation, complete both a liability waiver and COVID screening questions in order to gain entry to the pool.
The pool will be operating at a reduced capacity for the 2021 season to meet state and local COVID requirements. In order to access the pool, members MUST make a reservation for a 2-hour time block. The reservationsReservations must be made online at (https://sugarlandrun.funfangle.club/signin).
- All members must sign a liability waiver and answer screening questions for each reserved time block. The waiver and screening questions are included in the online reservation system.
- All members must provide a valid pool pass and will be asked COVID screening questions and/or have their temperature checked prior to entering the pool.
- No guests will be permitted at this time due to operating at a reduced capacity.
- The diving board will not be open at this time.
- All members must comply with our all SRHOA pool rules.
Furthermore, members should note the including the following additional rules and information for the 2021 season:
A. Due to the nature of operating a shared amenity during a pandemic, theThe pool and bath house facilities cannot be guaranteed to be COVID-free. Use at your own risk.
B. Members are encouraged to arrive swim-ready which means arriving changed and ready to swim. Members are encouraged to shower and use the restroom before coming to the pool to limit touchpoints.
C. Members must utilize the designated seating areas and adhere to physical distancing requirements. Pool deck furniture will not be available due to sanitization requirements. Members may bring their own chairs, spaced 10 feet away from members not in the same household. All personal chairs should must be removed upon exiting the facility.
D. Members are encouraged to arrive swim-ready which means arriving changed and ready to swim. Members are encouraged to shower and use the restroom before coming to the pool to limit touch points.
E. Members are encouraged We encourage you to bring a filled water bottle. NO GLASS CONTAINERS.
F. The last 15 minutes of each time block, the pool and deck will be evacuated to allow for cleaning. All members must exit the pool at this time, regardless of their arrival time. To facilitate a smooth transition, and cleaning, between reservation times, please exit the water when the lifeguard/s indicates your time block is ending. Each reservation time block includes your entry into and exit from the pool facility. Members will have a maximum of one hour and 45 minutes to be in the pool, time your visit accordingly.
G. Please keep personal belongings in your designated seating area and take everything with you when you leave. Any personal items remaining at the end of a time block will be discarded. There will be no lost and found. The only exception will be for cellular phones, should one be left behind. If not retrieved at the pool house by the end of the day, the phone will be deposited in the SRHOA Office Mail slot.
H. Mask Guidelines:
- Members ages 2 and over must wear a mask while moving around the pool, and when visiting the restroom, and when entering and exiting the facility.
- Masks may be removed when seated only when members not of the same household can maintain 10 feet of social distance.
- Masks are not required while members are in the water. Members must practice proper proper physical distancing from those not in their household when in the pool.
I. Subject to capacity limits, and pool management staff availability, walk-up reservations may be possible. However, members with existing reservations will be given priority admittance.
J. Please be responsible and mindful of other residents and our Lifeguards. Lifeguards are not babysitters or physical distancing enforcers.
Due to the rapidly evolving nature of the COVID-19 pandemic, this Addendum is these rules are subject to change pending additional guidance received from state and local authorities. Thank you in advance for your understanding and cooperation.