Lakeview Club Weather Policy
certain conditions it is the duty of the Pool Operator as required by
Baltimore County Law, to close a swimming facility for the safety of its
patrons. The following policy is an outline of the Lakeview Club’s
inclement weather and closing procedures.
Temporary Restriction of Swimming Privileges
operator on duty shall close the swimming area if the air temperature
on the grounds of the Lakeview Club drops below 70 degrees Fahrenheit.
the instance of rain, it is the operators duty to close the swimming
area if the main drain in the deep end of the pool cannot be seen when
viewed from the lifeguard chair.\
- In the case of thunder, the swimming area MUST be closed for 30 minutes upon hearing the event.
- In the case of lightning, the swimming area MUST be closed for 60 minutes upon seeing the event.
the case of other severe inclement weather that interferes with the
ability to lifeguard the pool (i.e., hail, tornado, etc), it is the pool
operator’s responsibility to use their discretion in closing the water
Complete Closure of Pool Grounds
operator on duty shall close the entire facility if damage is done to
the pool or club area, which in turn makes the Club unsafe for its
patrons until further repair or maintenance.
the case of prolonged storm, which clears the pool grounds of all
members and patrons, the pool manager has the discretion to close the
Club until the current weather situation changes. However, it is the
manager’s responsibility to remain in the adjacent geographic area to
ensure that he/she is able to promptly re-open the pool if the
aforementioned inclement weather dissipates.