Tallyn's Reach Pool Information
Swimming Pool Information & Forms
The Tallyn's Reach Authority Board of Directors has selected the YMCA as your pool and lifeguard service provider for the 2021 pool season. For any questions regarding the operations and guidelines of the pool, please review the Rules and Regulations.
2021 Pool Hours
May 29th – August 8th: 10AM – 8PM Every Day
The pool opens for the season Memorial Day weekend and is open every day (until August 8 2021) from 10AM-8PM for residents to enjoy except for 3 Saturday mornings in which the Tallyn's Reach Tiger Sharks swim team will be having their home meets.
The meets are June 19, 26, and July 10th and run from 10-2pm. The pool will open at 2pm for residents.
Safety breaks will be taken the following times daily
- 10:00am-11:30am open swim
- 11:30am-11:45am safety break
- 11:45am -1:15pm open swim
- 1:15pm-1:30pm safety break
- 1:30pm-3:00pm open swim
- 3:15pm-4:45pm safety break
- 5:00pm-6:30pm open swim
- 6:30pm-6:45pm safety break
- 6:45pm-8:00pm open swim
August 9th - September 5th: The pool transitions to school hours as follows:
Monday – Friday 4pm – 8pm
Saturdays and Sundays 10am to 8pm
Lap Swim – we are happy to announce that we are offering lap swim again this year
Last day for lap swim will be Thursday August 5th 2021.
Lap swim will be Monday through Thursday from 5:45am to 6:45am.
No reservations are needed this year and lanes will be available on a first come first served basis.
2021 Pool Information
You will need to bring your activated pool card to enter the pool. In order to have your key fobs activated to access to the pool, all current Tallyn's Reach Homeowners will need to fill out NEW Disclaimer of Liability/User Release forms for the 2021 pool season. This is a yearly waiver and must be completed in order for you to have access to the pool
Arapahoe County is at Level Clear – no reservations are needed this year and we can operate at maximum capacity. The maximum pool deck capacity is 150 people Pool capacity is based on Tri County Healths’ regulations and is subject to change throughout the pool season based on county health ordinances.
The lifeguards are responsible for the aquatic safety of our residents and to prevent drowning. Please help them and follow the rules so we can have an enjoyable and safe summer at the pool.
Your Pool Team
Please join us in welcoming Taylor Lee who is our Aquatic Coordinator from the YMCA who will help us maintain and manage the pool this summer. Thank you Taylor! If you have any questions or comments regarding the lifeguard staff or the pool management please reach out to Taylor at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The lifeguards are here for you! They want to ensure we have a safe and fun swim environment.
The feels like temperature outside must be 60 degrees or higher for our pool to open. If lightning or inclement weather is spotted the pool will close for safety and reopen when the weather has passed. The pool and pool deck will be cleared when either of the following is occurring:
- Cloud to ground lightning is observed and less than 30 seconds pass from seeing the lightning and hearing the thunder from the flash.
- In cloud lightning is occurring directly overhead.
Storms do not have to be severe to contain large numbers of cloud to ground flashes in order to be considered dangerous. The pool can be considered safe to re-occupy 30 minutes after the last lightening is seen.
Notes from our Lifeguards about the weather policy:
- We use the Weather Bug app for all weather information. We specifically use Legacy stadium at Cherokee Trail as our closest station.
- We will stay open if it is just raining if we can see the bottom of the pool.
- We close when lightening is 10 miles away from us.
- If the weather looks bad to the point we will not reopen within an hour, we put all staff on call. This means when it is safe to open we can call the staff back to reopen and let everyone in. This also means at least two guards must be on site to open due to CPR protocol.