Our Pool & Pavilion

Our neighborhood Pool/Pavilion is private to all Rushbrooke HOA Members in good standing. It is NOT open to other neighborhoods for membership. Access is by Security Card Reader. One (1) access card is issued per HOA Member household for easy, secured access.
HOLIDAYS: For the enjoyment of our Members, when a holiday falls on a Monday, the Board has arranged alternate extended pool cleaning hours so as to allow the pool to open at 9AM. 
GUESTS: HOA Members may have up to six (6) guests per household at the Pool/Pavilion without making a reservation. Guests must be accompanied at all times by an Adult HOA Member in good standing (see Member Supervision below).
MEMBER SUPERVISION: No Lifeguard is on duty. Children under the age of 14 and Member-guests (regardless of age) must be accompanied at all times by an Adult HOA Member in good standing. Adult HOA Member is defined as one of the owners of property within Rushbrooke or other individual who currently resides with such owners that is at least 18 years of age. HOA Members and Member-guests swim at their own risk and should take appropriate safety precautions. Read more under the SAFETY tab to the right.

In accordance with our HOA bylaws, HOA Member privileges, extending to residents of an entire household, may be revoked for any neighborhood amenity should a Member not be in good standing due to failure to comply with neighborhood rules or covenants and/or non-payment of Member Dues.
  • Lifeguard – No Lifeguard is on duty. HOA Members and Member-guests swim at their own risk and should take appropriate safety precautions. By entering and using the pool and associated facilities, you choose to do so at your own risk. Our HOA, its Board Members, Lionheart Association Management, Hopp In Pools and other related entities are not liable for any damages.
  • Delayed Opening on Mondays - Pool chemicals are rebalanced on Mondays and, accordingly, Members must refrain from swimming before 6 PM for their own safety.
  • Identification and Access - HOA Members must have their working access card with them while at the Pool/Pavilion and present that card if asked by another Member. Members may not loan their access card to another Member or open the gate for anyone except their own family and guests. 
  • Personal Property – HOA Members and guests are responsible for any personal property brought on premises.
  • Weather – In the event of lightning or thunder, everyone must exit the pool immediately. Pool activities should remain suspended until thirty minutes after the last thunder is heard. Lightning can strike from 5 to 8 miles away.
  • Food, drink, glass and smoking – No food or drinks are allowed in the pool. No glass containers or smoking is allowed on premises. 
  • Behavior - No diving, running or horseplay, or profanity is allowed. Persons under the influence of drugs or alcohol are not allowed on premises.
  • Showering, dress/attire - All persons should shower before entering the pool. Children not yet potty-trained must wear waterproof diapers. Proper swimwear must be worn in the pool. 
  • Open wounds and other - Persons with open wounds or bandages, or symptoms of communicable diseases, are not allowed in the pool.
If an HOA Member suspects someone may be trespassing or is using the pool after hours, contact any board member or the Broken Arrow Police non-emergency number (918-259-8400). 
One (1) access card is issued per HOA Member household; replacement cards are $35. Contact Lionheart Association Management:
  • 918-299-1555, Ext 102; or
  • info@homeownermgnt.com 
to register and receive your access card or request a replacement. 
The Pool/Pavilion is open to HOA Members in good standing for non-private or private parties, however, except for dates when the Pavilion is open before and after Pool Season, to ensure availability for use by HOA Members when most are home, parties are only allowed Monday through Thursday.
Please see the RESERVATIONS section of the website for details or to make a reservation.