COVID-19 vaccines have been a frequent topic of discussion for community association leaders. As the U.S. enters a post-pandemic phase, it’s important for board members and community managers to address any ongoing questions and concerns about vaccinations and association operations with residents.
Opening pools during a pandemic is no easy task. CAI’s new report looks to provide guidance to community associations in the U.S. on how to safely open their pools this summer.
Reopening amenities and common areas during the COVID-19 pandemic is a complicated decision for community association leaders. Boards and managers need to ask not only can various amenities be opened, but should they?
As summer heats up, many community association residents would like nothing more than to take a dip in the pool. However, opening pools while promoting safety in the middle of a pandemic isn’t so simple.
Warm summer days typically mean there are plenty of opportunities for adults and children to swim and splash in community pools. However, a shortage of lifeguards nationwide is limiting the hours, or even days, that pools are open.