© 2019  YORKSHIRE HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION

tennis

courts

Featuring a six lane, twenty-five meter main pool,
and a fifteen by fifteen foot wading pool.

The pool is currently closed for the season!

As we approach fall, and the school year starts back in full swing- the Yorkshire Community Pool routinely closes for the season.
We will be reopening in the late spring of 2019.
Don't neglect to take advantage of our other amenities during these 
fall months, and continue to enjoy the cool weather while it lasts.

TENNIS COURT RULES

  • Use of Tennis Court 

Use of the Tennis Courts are on a first come-first serve basis. If someone is waiting to play, please limit usage to one (1) hour. When utilizing the Tennis Courts, please insure the gate is closed and latched and that the lights are turned off (if used for night play).

  • Requirements

You must have a key fob and be current in assessments to gain access, otherwise your fob(s) will be deactivated. Please keep noise at a minimum level after 8:00pm.

  •  Restrictions

Tennis Courts are restricted to tennis and basketball use only. No bicycles, skateboards, motorized vehicles, toys, pets, or use of foreign objects are allowed in the court. Please clean up and place all trash and rubbish in the provided trashcans. Take all equipment and personal items with you when you leave.  No jumping over the net or horseplay on the tennis courts.  Any damage to the tennis courts or tennis court property will be charged to the person(s) causing said damage. You will be billed the amount charged for repairs and/or replacement. It is the duty and responsibility of all homeowners, their children, and their guests to adhere and encourage compliance with these rules.  Please do not move the basketball goals away from the area they are located. You may pull them away from the fence but please return them to their location when you finish playing. Tennis Court rules apply. If the basketballs are stolen, they may not be replaced. The basketballs are purple and pink with “Property of Yorkshire HOA” written on them.​​