Pool Opening Information
Posted on May 20th, 2020
Arlington Park Homes Association
COVID-19 Pool Reopening Process
The Board of Directors of Arlington Park Homes Association ("APHA") will be following guidelines illustrated in the State of Kansas "Ad Astra -- A Plan to Reopen Kansas". APHA will be moving from phase to phase as the State of Kansas and Johnson County governments allow. Members are asked to assist us in abiding by the rules set forth in the reopening document that can be located online at: https://covid.ks.gov/ad-astra-a-plan-to-reopen-kansas/
As you may be aware, the reopening plan is subject to frequently alterations, including delays in moving from phase to phase. On Tuesday, the Governor made the announcement that association pools may not open during Phase 2. Assuming the state will be transitioning to Phase 3 as scheduled, the earliest we can open the association pool will be:
MONDAY, JUNE 8th
Reopening is subject to a number of conditions too. While the maximum number allowed at the pool facility is strictly limited in the State plan (45 people), Johnson County Environmental may authorized us to calculate a greater number than the State allowance. We will continue to monitor this situation and plan accordingly.
Reopening conditions included in Phase 3 are as follows:
· No more than 45 people can be at our pool location (subject to JOCO recommendations)
· Maximize social distancing practices (six feet minimum)
· Masks are encouraged
· Frequent hand washing is encouraged
· Do not visit the pool if you do not feel well
APHA is implementing some measures to help promote social distance (at least in the early phases):
· Daily cleaning and sanitizing the facility (including bathrooms, door handles, chairs, deck, etc.)
· Chairs will be placed six feet apart on the pool deck
· Drinking fountains will be disconnected (bring your own water)
· Adults must accompany children
· Guests will not be permitted
· Parties will not be permitted
· Additional cleaning supplies and soap will be purchased for vendor and member use
· Members should consider bringing personal disinfectant wipes, hand sanitizer etc.
If residents do not work together to comply with the reopening requirements, APHA reserves the right to close the pool.
PLEASE BE RESPECTFUL OF OTHER MEMBERS. CONSIDER OTHER FAMILIES AND LIMIT YOUR FAMILY TIME AT THE POOL. MAINTAIN SOCIAL DISTANCE. BE SAFE!
We will continue to monitor announcements and update you accordingly.
Posted on Apr 4th, 2019
Please remember to make Architectural Review part of your next home improvement project.
If you are planning on making changes to the exterior appearance of your home, such as painting, building a fence, building a deck, re-roofing, a room addition, landscaping, etc. the plans must be reviewed and approved by the homes association prior to construction.
Additional information and the request form are available on the Architectural Review section of the Arlington Park website. If you have any questions, please contact Home Association Solutions at 913-825-0001.
Pay HOA Dues Online
Posted on Dec 20th, 2017
Tired of writing and mailing checks? If so, you can now pay HOA dues online. Payments may be made by credit card, debit card, or e-check. Please note that a convenience fee will be charged for each online transaction.
Manager for Arlington Park
Posted on Sep 19th, 2016
For your information, Doug May is the new association manager for Arlington Park. Doug is the owner of Home Association Solutions and manages many HOA's in the area. Doug's contact information is as follows:
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Architectural Review Committee
The Architectural Committee reviews the Architectural Change Forms required to be submitted by homeowners prior to implementing any exterior modification, including landscaping, decks, fences, paint, etc. The Architectural Committee's goal is to ensure that property values within Arlington Park continue to rise. The approval process is designed to meet this goal by ensuring a neighbor, for example, does not install a gaudy exterior feature or paint their home an unacceptable color.
Architectural Review Documents