Pool tags are required to access the pool. Property Assessments must be current to obtain pool tags.
Pool tag forms are mailed with the annual assessment to
every MBV property owner prior to the April 1st assessment due date. If you did
not receive pool tags, you may pick them up at the Sterling Office.
Patrons must wear a current pool bracelet on their wrist at all times while
inside the fenced area of the pool. Patrons not complying with this rule will
be denied access to the facility.
Age Limit: No child under ten (10) years of age allowed without adult supervision. Children under ten (10) years of age must be accompanied by
an adult eighteen (18) years of age or older at all times. Children ages ten (10)
and older may swim without being accompanied by an adult if they are able to
pass the local swim test administered by the lifeguard staff.
Swimming Attire: All swimmers must wear bathing suits. No
cut-off jeans, shorts or other attire allowed in the pool. Light colored
t-shirts may be worn in the pool but may not have any verbiage or pictures on
Infants and toddlers must wear swim diapers while swimming in the pool.Changing of diapers may only occur in the restrooms.
No pets are permitted within the fenced area of the pool.
The lifeguard on duty has full authority to enforce all rules of the pool.
No Patron shall be allowed to swim with open cuts, wounds, sores or contagious diseases.
Three short whistles signal you to exit the pool immediately.
Thunder/lightning rule is enforced. A storm is deemed ended by lifeguards
only and usually when there has been no sound of thunder or evidence of
lightning within the prior 30 minutes. The lifeguards will signal when the pool
Wading pools are restricted to children five (5) years of age and under.Parents must monitor their children at all times.
Diving Board and Slide
Patrons must be able to swim the entire length of the pool in order to use
the diving board, slides or deep end of the pool. It is at the sole discretion
of the lifeguard to ask any Patron to take a swim test to prove their swimming
Only one person on the diving board or slide at a time.
Inner tubes, rafts and other aquatic toys may only be used in the shallowarea of the pool with lifeguard approval.
No diving allowed where the depth of the water is less than six (6) feet.
No back dives or flips off the side of the pool.
No glass, alcoholic beverages, or smoking permitted at the pool.
No loud or abusive language, inappropriate behavior will be tolerated.
No food or drink allowed in the pool water.
No loud music allowed.
No tennis balls or other hard balls allowed within the pool facility.
No bicycles, skateboards or roller blades allowed inside the fenced area.
It is highly recommended that all bicycles are parked and locked at the bike
stations. MBV is not responsible for theft of personal belongings.
To book parties or address any concerns, please contact Kingwood Community Pool Company, Levi Biles ([email protected]) and his phone number 713-557-8576