COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES AND INFORMATION
(The Woods, The Preserve, Princeton Walk HOA)
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PRINCETON WALK RECREATION RULES AND REGULATIONS
The rules and regulations of the recreation center state that anyone using the facility must have an electronic key to gain access to the building, pools, tennis and basketball court. 214 badges must be in your possession while using any Princeton Walk Recreation facility; they must be shown to the clubhouse monitor, badge checker or lifeguard when entering the facility or when requested.
Anyone gaining access to the facility without a key, whether by climbing the fence, jimmying a gate, or other means will be considered to be trespassing and asked to leave the premises and/or appropriate legal action taken. Parents are responsible to provide a key and badges for their children, if they are old enough to use recreation facilities without supervision.
Please be aware that harassment of any kind, including verbal harassment of recreation center staff or other residents, will not be tolerated. Clubhouse and pool staff have been instructed to call the police if necessary.
If you do not have key or validated badges, you may obtain them at the recreation center office, which is open 48 hours per week. Please call the office at 732-274-2795 for information.
Princeton Walk Homeowners’ Association
Board of Trustees
2014 FACILITIES SCHEDULE
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GYM AND POOL HOURS SUSPENDED FOR RENOVATIONS MARCH 3 - JUNE 1
OFFICIAL CLOSING TIME
The clubhouse will now close at:
Monday - Friday 8:50 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday 4:50 p.m.
ALL RESIDENTS MUST EXIT THE BUILDING AT CLOSING TIME.
Those who refuse to cooperate may have their access key disabled.
CHILDREN IN LOCKER ROOMS
'Children over the age of 5 are not permitted in the locker rooms of the opposite sex at
the recreation center. Bringing young children into the locker rooms of the opposite sex
is inconsiderate of your fellow residents, as it causes discomfort and embarrassment.
Please exercise good judgment and discretion in these matters.'