2023 season (subject to change)
- Membership application for Radiance property owners / Radiance residents (2023) (PDF)
- Membership application for non-Radiance residents (2023) (PDF)
- 2023 Radiance Community Pool rules (listed below)
Radiance property owners who are current on their owners association dues are eligible for pool membership, along with their families. “Friends of Radiance” are welcome to join our pool; there are a limited number of memberships.
Operating season: 1 May to 31 October.
Pool water with chlorine processed by a Nature2 purification system for enjoyable swimming environment and no chlorine smell.
Separate baby pool with fountain for infants and young children.
Shaded pergola with picnic tables for those who wish to enjoy the pool while minimizing sun exposure.
Shower and bathroom facilities available onsite.
Swimming in the Sun?
Tips That Help Keep This a “Low Chlorine” Pool
UV swim shirts are a great way to get instant, reusable, long-lasting protection from the sun. Easy to put on and take off, durable, simple, reusable. Better than sunscreen! You can’t sweat it off, rub it off, it stays on your skin in water, and it’s effective immediately, unlike sunscreen. Widely available. Material feels like stretchy swimsuit fabric. Examples:
Using sunscreen? Please:
- Read the manufacturer’s directions on printed on the container of sunscreen or sunblock product. It probably says something like “apply 15- 20 minutes before exposure to sun.”
- Put on your sunscreen or sunblock per manufacturer’s instructions before coming to the pool. This allows the product to penetrate your skin and protects you the most effectively from the sun.
- When you get to the Radiance Pool, shower thoroughly before entering the pool water.
- If you need to reapply, please do so and then wait the manufacturer-specified time span for your skin to absorb the product, before entering the pool water again. Rinse off before you enter, please.
- Failure to comply with these sunscreen/sunblock manufacturer-recommended instructions will result in murky water, higher chlorine levels in the pool, along with additional labor hours spent to remove sunscreen from the pool’s filters.
- Alternatively, try swimming before 10 am or after 4 pm if you’d rather avoid sunblock and sunscreen. This practice can lessen your solar exposure too.
The Radiance Community Pool is not the same as a municipal pool or a conventional commercial pool, which use a powerful chemical stew to deal with heavy bather loads, with sunscreen and sweat in the water. Our pool has its chemistry in a delicate balance. Please help us keep it that way by keeping sunscreen goop out of our pool equipment.
2023 Radiance Community Pool Rules
No lifeguard on duty
Swim at your own risk
Parents are responsible for their own children
1. Only key holders, members of their household, and member guests may use the pool. Please be
aware that duplicating your key or loaning it out are grounds for immediately revoking your pool
membership for the 2023 season.
2. If you are not feeling well, stay home, even if you do not believe you have COVID-19 specifically.
3. If you plan to use sunscreen, apply it well before you come to the pool, then always shower before
swimming to minimize the chemicals needed to keep the pool water clean.
4. Children under 12 must be accompanied by a guardian 16 years of age or older. Swimming with a
buddy is strongly recommended for all swimmers and is required for children 12-16 years of age.
5. Maximum ratio of children to adults is 4 to 1.
6. Pool gate must be locked at all times—no exceptions. Always be sure the gate is locked when you
leave the pool area. Children under 12 may not operate the pool gate lock.
7. Do not dive, run, or play rough within the pool grounds. Do not jump/dive from pool furniture,
bench, roof, or baby pool wall into the pool.
8. No electrical plug-in appliances may be used at the pool.
9. No smoking.
10. No alcoholic beverages. If you or your party are found with alcohol at the pool, or if anyone in your
party appears to be drunk, your pool membership will be revoked for the 2023 season.
11. No glass containers on pool property.
12. Pool toys will be allowed at the pool only if you bring your own and take them out when you leave.
All items left at the pool at the end of the day will be thrown away.
13. Do not use rocks, coins, water balloons, objects filled with sand, or foam beads, for example, in
the pool; these can clog the pool filter or discolor the pool’s surface.
14. Do not play on or with pool equipment or furniture. Do not climb on or over the pool fence.
15. No pets are allowed inside the pool fence.
16. Put all trash in the trashcan. The recyclables-only receptacle is for coded plastics, metal cans, etc.
17. Babies must be in swim diapers—not disposable diapers—in the pool. All diapers must be
disposed of at home.
18. The member is responsible for all damage, intentional or unintentional, resulting from the conduct
of a family member or guest.
19. Members must accompany guests to the pool.
20. Quiet must be observed at the pool after 10:00 pm. Please respect the rights of nearby residents.
The Radiance Community Pool Supplemental Rules, adopted in view of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, are listed below.
Note that the RPOA Board reserves the right to revisit these rules at any time should the situation with respect to COVID-19 change dramatically.
- If you are not feeling well, stay home, even if you do not believe you have COVID- 19 specifically.
- If you or any member of your household has been exposed to someone who has a confirmed case of COVID-19, stay home. Avoid using the pool for 3 days.
- If you are diagnosed with COVID-19 within a week after using the pool, please inform the Pool Liaison (512-964-0868) so that she can contact other pool users if necessary.
- In 2022, pool parties are once again permitted provided they have been scheduled with the Pool Manager in advance. Parties are capped at 15 attendees and the ratio of 1 adult to 4 children must be maintained. See the document (forthcoming) posted at https://radiancetx.org/pool for the responsibilities of pool members for scheduling and hosting pool parties safely and responsibly.
- In 2022, bimonthly community potlucks are once again permitted, provided that at least one Radiance resident has signed up to host a particular potluck. Please note: the responsibility for hosting potlucks will no longer fall to the Community Manager, Pool Manager, or RPOA Board. See the document (forthcoming) posted at https://radiancetx.org/pool for the specific responsibilities of potluck hosts.
- Pool members are permitted to invite only 3 guests to the pool at any one time.
- During the 2022 pool season, the total number of persons at the pool will be capped at 20. If you arrive to find that the pool is already near capacity, consider returning at a later time. If you are there with a larger-than-average group, limit your time to less than 2 hours so that others may also enjoy a relatively uncrowded pool.
- Out of respect for other pool users, social distancing is strongly encouraged.