Pool Gate System Down
The circuit board in the gate system was fried during the recent storms.
Only unguarded swim for the rest of the season
The gate near the men's bathroom has a combination lock that can be used to enter the pool. Those who have an Unguarded Swim Waver were sent the lock's combination.
Remember that after you latch the lock, you must turn the combination dials to actually lock it!
Lock the lock even when you are in the pool (but it may be convenient to just turn one of the dials until you leave for the day.
Remember these common sense safety precautions:
- Exit the pool if you hear thunder and wait 30 minutes after the storm has passed to reenter the pool.
- No swimming or diving in the deep end.
- No using the slide.
- Watch your children closely. Drowning or other injuries can happen quickly. (Children are only allowed if you have an Unguarded Family Waiver!)
- No guests allowed.
The pool will be closed for maintenance until 10:30 AM on Sundays unless otherwise notified.
For any issues with the pool or your access to it, send an e-mail to email@example.com.
Adults with unguarded gate code should use it for everything, but only give guarded gate code to kids below 18.
Remember to press # after your 5-digit gate code!
Updated Rules and Regulations
Please see the updated BCC Rules and Regulations for the upcoming season, including definitions and rules for Guarded and Unguarded swim. Please make sure all members and guest understand a comply with all rules and regulations.
Please make a note that there are revisions to Paragraphs #4.l, Paragraph #7, and Paragraph #8
Black Algae at the BCC Pool:
During our efforts of getting the BCC pool clean for the summer season, we noticed a small outbreak of black algae, which can be really harmful to our pool liner (and really expensive if the black algae won’t go away). We were able to treat the impacted areas properly, and hopefully it won’t be an issue for the remainder of the season.
TO PREVENT THE THREAT AND SPREAD OF BLACK ALGAE IN OUR POOL, please DO NOT EVER wear the same bathing suit to the lake and then to our pool unless the bathing suit has been washed (in a washing machine!)prior to coming to our pool. That is how black algae is introduced to swimming pools. Please advise your guests of this requirement.
Updated Wireless Internet:
We’ve improved our wireless internet! The information to connect will be posted at the BCC pool.
Contact the BCC:
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions, comments or concerns. Thanks!
Please do not litter the pool area, pavilion, or parking lot. If you or your children make a mess, please clean it up.
Briarcliff Community Club (BCC) follows the recommended CDC guidelines. If a member or guest is told to quarantine under CDC guidelines, they are not allowed on the BCC premises until their recommended quarantine time frame is completed. Furthermore, if a BCC member or guest exhibits symptoms of the Corona Virus, they are not allowed to use the BCC facilities until they are symptom-free and hopefully, have negative test results.
Please help us keep our members and guests safe. Thank you for your understanding; your cooperation is appreciated.
For your convenience, if you have an unguarded gate code and have signed the waivers, this code will work in both guarded and unguarded hours.
Remember that it is unsafe to use the pool until after 30 minutes past any thunder or lightning.
Please fill out, sign, and return the new waver forms (as appropriate). The Covid-19 waiver is required for all members.
We need to start keeping a member/guest log for anyone entering the BCC pool. The information we’ll need members/guests to provide include Name, Phone Number and Time In.
Private Party and Pavilion Use Update:
Private parties and pavilion use will be allowed during the upcoming 2021 BCC pool season, unless CDC Guidelines and Recommendations are modified to deter the BCC Board’s decision.
Unguarded swim waivers
Remember: Every adult family member at your same address must sign a liability waiver to obtain an unguarded swim gate code. Your regular gate code will not work during unguarded swim hours.
If you didn't fill a liability waiver out last year you will need to fill one out now,
Download and sign the waiver now - the form is available on the website.
Please send a scan or photo(s) of your completed waiver to email@example.com. Then, put the completed paper copy in a envelope and deposit it in the BCC mailbox by the pool. Failure to send the electronic copy of your waiver will delay processing by at least a week.
If you forgot your gate code, log into your account, scroll to the bottom of the Home Page, and click My Account.
Make sure the gate is locked when you close it. Pull it to see if it is really locked. Sometimes it takes 3–4 tries to get it to latch.
Want to Swim at the
Briarcliff Community Club
Contact Membership Chairman for Seasonal Rentals and Share Purchase!
Want to rent a pool share for the summer?
Want to buy a share (Briarcliff Residents)?
Questions about membership, summer rentals and share business are now handled by Board member Glenn Brook. Please contact Glenn at firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a message at (865) 272-6174.
Remember, current share owners can rent to Briarcliff Neighborhood Residents only!
Non-residents will rent a Club-owned share.
Shareowners and Renters:
Join our Facebook Group!
We have a closed Facebook group for current BCC members! We'll post Club news here, but we'll also use the FB Group Page to communicate with renters and shareowners. Click this link and ask to join! https://www.facebook.com/groups/348663891071/requests/
Please do not invite your personal FB friends to join this group. It is for BCC shareowners and renters only
Site access is now easier!
There is no longer a need to type in briarcliffclub.org. Instead, try https://bccor.org, which takes you to the same place.
Not hearing from us about your question? Check your junk mail folder, please
If you send a support request to email@example.com and you do not receive a reply within a week, please check your junk mail folder. Some members have reported that responses from the ticket system are being filtered into their junk or spam folders by their email client. If this happens to you, please whitelist or aprove the support email address email to prevent the filtering in the future. The procedure to do so varies for different email clients. In some clients, simply creating a new contact with the support email address will be sufficient. In others, you might need to explicitly add the support email address to a list. A quick Google search for the term 'whitelist' and the name of your email client should get you pointed in the right direction.
Questions? Contact Glenn Brook at firstname.lastname@example.org
Want to Have Your Own Party at the Pool? Check the Rules First!
Only 10 Nonmember Guests allowed during regular pool hours!
More than 10? Have a Private Party at the pool 9 PM - 11 PM
Got younger kiddos? Have a Private Party for a small group 9 AM - 11 AM
Got younger kiddos? Have a Private Party for a small group 9 AM - 11 AM
As a member, you can reserve the Pavilion for a party. It's a great way to have a get-together without messing up your house this summer!
If your group wants to swim, swim parties during regular pool hours are limited
to 10 non-members swimmers/guests! The reservation fee is $25.
If you want to have a larger swim party with more than 10 non-member swimmers/guests, you must have a Private Party from 9 PM - 11 PM. A private party reservation closes the pool to regular BCC members for the duration of your party time. The reservation fee for a private party is $125, including guards. Two lifeguards are required for ALL swim parties. Private parties are limited to a group of 50 people.
Non-swimming parties at the pavilion during regular pool hours are limited to a group of 50 people. The corresponding reservation fee is $25.
The adult BCC shareowner named on the share certificate MUST be present as host for any party they request.
Check the calendar below for available dates, and to arrange a time, please contact Glenn Brook at email@example.com.
FREE WIFI Now Available at the Briarcliff Pool!
As an additional member benefit, you can now check your email, stream your music, and post a BCC selfie to your Facebook account -- all with the Briarcliff Community Club's new WIFI network! You'll find our network name and password posted on the sign on the pool bulletin board.
Seasonal Calendar Posted Below
You can now see our BCC events calendar on our home page, below. If you're thinking of planning a pavilion party or want to check if the pool is having late night swim one weekend, please check the calendar.
NOTE: To get the Google Calendar to appear in your browser, you will have to enable third party cookies in your browser settings! For example, In Google Chrome Settings, click on Show Advanced Settings (at the bottom), and under Privacy/Content Settings, you can uncheck Block Third Party Cookies and Site Data. In Firefox, under Settings/Privacy, you can either accept all Third Party Cookies, or just click the Add Exception button and add "www.google.com" to the list.If these instructions do not work, you can use this link to see the calendar in another screen.
Renters and Share Owners: Did you change your email or cell number?
If your contact information has changed, please log into your profile record on this site and edit it. Click My Account in the left-hand pane, and then the Edit tab on the top of the displayed information. Update your information and hit the Save button at the bottom of the page.
Please keep our newly-lined pool clean and neat
Algae. Algae in the pool is unsightly, and expensive and difficult to remove. It comes from bathing suits that have been used in the lakes and rivers, and then used in our pool. Please wash your bathing suits in the washing machine before using them in the pool. Tell your guests in advance to do the same.
Bobby pins. Girls and ladies, please do not wear bobby pins to the pool. They rust quickly under water and stain the bottom of the pool. Getting cut by stepping on a rusty piece of metal is bad.
Toys. If you put a toy into the pool, please remove it when you are done playing with it. They get in the way of lap swimmers.
Clean up your mess. If you make any trash while at the pool, dispose of it.
Remember: NO glass containers in the pool area - this includes beer bottles - bring cans instead!
How does an extra $100 sound to you?
DOs and DON'Ts please
- Don't play with the ropes or the rope buoys. They are not toys, and cost over half an O&M to replace when broken. Moving the buoys and hanging or standing on the ropes frays the ropes and causes them to break (one just did).
- Don't wear bobby pins into the pool. They rust rapidly and stain the pool bottom. No one wants to step on a rusty piece of wire while in the pool.
- Do clean up your messes. Remove items you put into the pool. Clean up your table and seating area, Leftover food crumb and spilled sweet drinks bring ANTS!
- Don't smoke in the pool area or the pavilion.
Thank you for your cooperation.
YOU are responsible for any mishaps if you use the pool when it is unguarded!
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