1. Parking Restrictions
a. Street parking is not permitted, with the following exceptions:
i. Guests parking their vehicle during the hours of 7:00 am and 10:00 pm.
ii. Vehicles with a parking permit, granted by the Waterfall management
company under the direction of the Board.
b. The Owner or Resident shall park all of their vehicles first within the garage to
the fullest extent as constructed (i.e. two car garage should have two vehicles
parked in the garage).
c. The Owner or Resident shall park their vehicles within the driveway to the fullest
extent as constructed after the garage has been utilized the fullest extent that it
was constructed (i.e. two car driveway should have two cars parked in the
d. If there are more vehicles owned by the Owner or Resident of the Lot than which
can be parked in the garage as designed and driveway, the Owner or Resident
may request a variance from the Board of Directors to park one vehicle on the
street. Parking passes for on-street parking must be renewed every six months.
e. No vehicle shall be parked on any street so as to overhang any portion of the
sidewalk or curb or within 15 feet of a fire hydrant, street corner, mailbox or red
f. Parking on the sidewalk or the rolled curb is prohibited and the vehicle will be
subject to a violation and/or towing.
g. On street parking is primarily for guest and vendor parking. Residents must
utilize parking on property at all times. A resident vehicle may be parked on the
street from 7am-10pm on a short term temporary basis. Street parking may not
be used for everyday parking.
7. Exceptions to Vehicle Violating Street Parking—Variance Requests
a. Waterfall resident can request a waiver to this street parking enforcement by
contacting the management company, Monday – Friday between 8:30 am and
5:00 pm or by contacting Security outside of management hours. Security will
review the request and if the request is approved, they will provide a placard
that will be placed in the dashboard of the vehicle and will be valid only for the
dates indicated on the notice.
b. To prevent the placard from being counterfeited or copied and used beyond the
approved dates, security will include the actual vehicle information, including the
tag number, on the approval flyer and this will be printed on either safety and/or
uniquely colored paper.
c. A Waterfall resident may request from the Waterfall HOA permission to park the
vehicle on the street if they fall within the following category:
i. The resident has more vehicles than number of parking spaces for that
particular lot (2-car garage, 2 spaces on the driveway and 5 vehicles). One
vehicle will be permitted to park on the street provided a sticker is clearly
posted on the vehicle.
ii. The resident is anticipating visitors to stay overnight and the number of
permitted vehicles exceeds that of the number of available parking spaces on
the lot. Vehicle will require a placard is clearly posted on the dashboard of
the vehicle. Guest parking passes may be obtained for up to 7 days.
d. If a variance is requested, the owner must identify the location they wish to park
their vehicle and make their best effort to obtain signatures on the Neighbor
Awareness Statement for the home directly in front of the parking location as
well as the homes on either side. The requesting owner must be in good
standing with the HOA, meaning they must be current with all HOA assessments
and have no outstanding fines or violations.
e. Any owners who attempt to create fraudulent parking passes may be subject to
violation fines and suspension of common area privileges.
f. If the variance is approved, the parking pass is valid for up to six months, after
which time the owner must reapply for the parking pass.
Association Rules and Regulations
Updated and Revised October 8, 2014
The Declaration of Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions for Waterfall provide under Article
IV, Section 4.12 that the Board of Directors shall have the power to adopt Rules & Regulations.
The Rules govern the use of the Common Area, the personal conduct of Members, Residents,
and their guests thereon, and are intended to supplement said Declaration. The Rules also
establish penalties for the infraction thereof. Such Rules may address, but are not limited to,
use of Association property, signs, parking, property maintenance, and architectural review.
However, if there is any conflict between the Rules and the CC&Rs, the CC&Rs prevail. Based
on the authority granted to the Board in the Declaration and pursuant to NRS 116.3102(1)(a),
the Board hereby adopts the following rules and regulations.
The purpose of these Rules is to establish basic standards of conduct required of all
Association Members and Residents, and their families and guests. The Rules are intended
to ensure that every Member and Resident and their families and guests may fully enjoy
their individual rights of quiet enjoyment and peaceful occupancy of their lot without duly
interfering with other's identical rights. Living in a Community subject to covenants,
conditions, and restrictions requires cooperation and thoughtfulness of all Members,
Residents, and guests. The Rules, Declaration, Articles of Incorporation, and Bylaws of the
Association are the Governing Documents for the Association. A property management
company's Community Manager provides orderly administration of the Governing
All Members and Residents should read fully and understand and abide by the Declaration,
these Rules, and the Architectural Guidelines. The Members and Residents of the
Association should be familiar with the documentation that controls the affairs of the
To ensure the protection of these rights and preservation of the value and amenities of the
Common Area, the Declaration filed with the Clark County Recorder's Office a Declaration
of Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions, by which every Member and Resident in the
Association is legally bound.
Every Owner of a lot in Waterfall is a Member of the Association. The Association is a nonprofit
corporation established to maintain and administer the common property and
enforce the restrictions. The Bylaws of the Association establish the affairs of the
Association be managed by a duly elected Board of Directors and further articulates the
powers and the duties of the Board. The Board may employ a manager to administer the
affairs of the Association. Management reports to and is responsible solely to the Board of
Directors. Management does not make or change policies, procedures, or Rules; such
authority is reserved exclusively to the Board of Directors.
The Rules may be amended at any regular, legally constituted meeting of the Board by a
simple majority vote, provided that no rule or amendment to the Rules shall become
effective until after said change is mailed to the members at least thirty (30) days prior
The conduct of Members, their minor children, invited guests, and tenants is governed
by the Rules herein set forth. Additionally, each Owner is liable to the Association for
the conduct of their minor children, invited guests, and tenants as they pertain to these
The Rules are supplemental to the Declaration, Articles, and the Bylaws and are to be
considered consistent with those documents. Nothing contained in the Rules shall
amend or modify the foregoing documents. To the extent that any of these Rules shall
be adjudicated inconsistent with the governing documents, the governing documents
A violation of any of the Governing Documents shall be considered a violation of the
Rules. However, any failure by the Board, its officers, or employees to proceed with the
remedies available under the enforcement and penalty for violation section herein shall
in no way constitute a waiver to do so in the future.
Any and all legal fees incurred in the enforcement of any Rules, Declaration, Bylaws, or
Articles of Incorporation shall be reimbursed to the Association by the offending party
upon demand. These legal fees will be reimbursed whether or not a proceeding is filed
and, if filed, whether or not it culminates in a remedy of law.
The invalidation of any of these Rules by court judgment or decree shall in no way
invalidate the other rules.
Violation of any Rules is subject to penalties as outlined in the Declaration and Bylaws
of the Association.
III. Rules and Regulations
A. Common Areas
1. Owners are responsible for the actions and deeds of their family, guests, invitees,
and/or tenants and their family, guests, and invitees. Parents and/or guardians will
be notified by the Board of all reported infractions committed by their children, and
will bear the responsibility for such acts. Parents or guardians will be held financially
responsible for any damage, mischief, or vandalism to include graffiti, caused by
their family, guests & invitees.
2. Damage to landscaping, including but not limited to, irrigation apparatus, trees, and
shrubs will result in replacement costs being billed back to the violators.
3. Groups above ten guests or that include an outside vendor must contact
Management to receive written approval and must also submit appropriate
insurances and waivers as required the Board.
B. Swimming Pool
1. The Association does not provide lifeguards. Lifesaving equipment is available in the
pool area and may be used only for its intended purpose; and is not to be removed
from the pool area. All persons using the pool area do so at their own risk. The
Association does not assume any liability in this regard. All State and County laws
and rules pertaining to the use and operation of the swimming pool are posted and
will be strictly enforced, by fine and suspension of privileges if necessary.
a. Responsible adult supervision (a person eighteen years of age or older) is
mandatory for all persons under fourteen years of age in the pool area.
2. The swimming pool area is operated primarily for the use and enjoyment of the
Residents. The use of these facilities by guests is a privilege. Each Lot is allowed two
guests and must accompany their guests at the pool area. Any owners wishing to
bring more than two guests must receive prior written approval from the Board.
The unit Owner will be held responsible both financially and personally for any
damage or misconduct attributed to his or her guests.
3. Residents must have key card at all times when in pool and spa area.
4. The pool gate must be fully closed upon entering and leaving the pool area and may
not be propped open.
5. Children 12 years of age or younger must be supervised by an adult and the
maximum recommended time for such children to use the spa is 10 minutes.
6. Suds forming products such as shampoo, bubble bath, etc. as well as suntan oil or
baby oil are extremely damaging to the spa and pool filters and equipment. Anyone
using any oil product must shower before entering the pool and spa waters.
7. Nudity is not allowed. No cutoffs in the pool or spa.
8. Rowdy behavior, running, pushing, screaming, spitting, profanity, diving (including
but not limited to the deck and apparatus), horseplay, cannonballs, and splashing
9. No glass or aluminum containers or alcoholic beverages are permitted in the pool or
pool area. Smoking is prohibited anywhere within the pool area. Eating is only
permitted in the area by the fireplace and barbecue.
10. The pool and spa core hours are 9am to 9pm from April 1 to November 1. The Board
will adjust the operating days and hours of the pool and spa area as needed,
including designating adult swim times.
The Board of Directors reserves the right to deny the use of pool and spa areas to
anyone at any time for the purpose of enforcing the rules regarding the use of the
facilities. If any of these rules are violated, the Owner will be called to a hearing where
the use of these facilities will be suspended and possible monetary penalties imposed.
C. Single Family Residential Use
1. Residences within the Association shall be used for exclusively for single-family
residential purposes only.
2. No business, commercial, manufacturing, mercantile, storage, vending, or other
non-residential activity may be engaged in without prior written consent of the
Board of Directors.
3. Home occupation, hobbies, or other activities that will increase the traffic in the
neighborhood (that would otherwise not be present), increase noise, or create
aesthetic incompatibility are not permitted unless written permission of the Board
has been given.
4. Community-wide Garage and Yard sales will only be permitted twice a year. The
Board of Directors will organize these sales. Sales by individual owners will not be
permitted at any other time.
5. No leasing of rooms or anything less than an entire residence shall be permitted.
6. No Residence may be leased for a period less than six (6) months and then only with
a written lease. A copy of the written lease must be furnished to the Board within
then (10) days of its execution.
7. Leases must include a clause stating that the lessee shall be bound by and obligated
to the provisions of the CC&Rs, the Bylaws of the Association, the Architectural
Guidelines, and the Rules and Regulations.
8. The Owner shall not relieve his or herself from the obligations of the restrictions
merely by leasing the residence to a tenant.
9. Parking on the sidewalk or the rolled curb is prohibited and the vehicle will be
subject to a violation and towing.
10. On street parking is primarily for guests and vendors parking. Homeowner must
utilize parking on property at all times. A homeowner vehicle may be parked on
street from 7AM to 10PM on a short term temporary bases. Street parking may not
D. Resident Tracking Resolution:
All Owners must complete and return the Resident Tracking Form within four (4) weeks
of renting their residence for the first time, or within four (4) weeks of renting to a new
Tenant, or within four (4) weeks when asked to do so by the Board of Directors or it’s
agent (whether or not the Unit is occupied by a Tenant).
Owner: Individual(s) on the title of the property
Tenant: Individual(s) residing in the residence who is not the
, whether or not Tenant is paying rent and whether or not
is a relative of the Owner.
1. All Owners must submit a lease or rental agreement with the Resident Tracking
2. Owners who do not complete a Resident Tracking Form as outlined in number 1
above will receive a hearing/fine pending notice in accordance with NRS 116.
3. Owners who do not submit all requested items listed above, on or before the
hearing date, may be assessed a fine of $100.00. If non-compliance continues, an
additional $100.00 fine may be assessed every seven (7) days up to the maximum
agreement by law.
4. All Owners are responsible for informing their Tenants of the provisions of the
Association’s Governing Documents (CC&R’s, By-Laws. Rules and Regulations, etc.)
5. All Owners are responsible for the actions of their Tenants and their Tenants’ guests.
E. Architectural Approval
1. No building, fence, wall or other structure (including the following by way of
illustration but not limitation; solar or heating systems; air conditioning systems;
pools, spas, ponds or fountains; landscaping, stonework or concrete work; related
mechanical, plumbing or electrical facilities; storage sheds; garage areas; awnings
and patio covers) shall be constructed, erected, maintained, altered or changed on
the property, including external construction of any type or nature; repairs or
repainting, with approved colors only, until prior to the commencement of work,
the plans and specifications showing the nature, kind, shape, materials, and location
of the improvements shall have been submitted to and approved in writing and
submitted to the Committee either by mail, facsimile, or in person to the
Management Company. The Owner does not need Architectural approval when
painting or remodeling the interior of his residence, or rebuilding according to
previously approved plans and specifications, or to paint the exterior the same color
as previously painted and approved. Owners should contact Management for
information on the associations approved color scheme.
2. All exterior modifications are subject to the Association’s adopted Architectural and
F. Vehicle Parking
i. Guests parking their vehicle during the hours of 7:00 am. and 10:00
ii. If the written permission of the Board is granted in the form of a
b. The Owner or Resident shall park all of their vehicles first within the garage
to the fullest extent as constructed (i.e. two car garage should have two
vehicles parked in the garage).
c. The Owner or Resident shall park their vehicles within the driveway to the
fullest extent as constructed after the garage has been utilized to the fullest
extent that it was constructed (i.e. two car driveway should have two cars
parked in the driveway).
d. If there are more vehicles owned by the Owner or Resident of the Lot than
which can be parked in the garage as designed and driveway, the Owner or
Resident may request a variance from the Board of Directors to park one
vehicle on the street. Parking passes for the on-street parking must be
renewed every six months.
sidewalk or curb or within 15 feet of a fire hydrant, street corner, mailbox or
f. Parking on the sidewalk or the rolled curb is prohibited and the vehicle will
be subject to a violation and/or towing.
utilize parking on property at all times. A resident vehicle may be parked on
the street from 7am-10pm on a short term temporary basis. Street parking
may not be used for everyday parking.
2. Commercial Vehicles
a. Commercial vehicles, as defined by the CC&Rs, include but not limited to:
i. Any truck or automobile that has commercial insignia, names, or other
common additions such as racks, ladders, tools, etc. indicating that the
vehicle is used for commercial purposes.
ii. Any van that has commercial insignia, names, or other common
additions such as racks, ladders, tools, etc. indicating that the vehicle is
used for commercial purposes
iii. Any dump truck, cement mixer truck, oil or gas truck, delivery truck, or
b. No commercial vehicle shall be kept, stored, or parked anywhere within the
i. They are temporarily parked on any Lot for the sole purpose of serving
ii. If the written permission of the Board is granted.
3. Recreational Vehicles
a. Recreational vehicles, as defined by the CC&Rs, include but not limited to:
ii. Trailer coaches
iv. Camp trailers
vi. Non-passenger vehicles
vii. Boats or other watercraft including wave runners
viii. Four-wheelers and off-road vehicles
b. No recreational vehicle may be parked within the Association except:
i. If the entire vehicle is enclosed within a garage and in doing so still
allows enough garage and driveway space for each passenger vehicles
belonging to the residence to be parked in accordance with section F
ii. If the vehicle is located behind a side yard wall/fence and screened
gate, not exceeding the height of the adjoining wall/fence. The screen
portion of the gate may not exceed the height of the adjoining
iii. If the written permission of the Board is granted.
4. Disabled, Inoperable and Unregistered Vehicles
a. No disabled, inoperable, or unregistered vehicles, campers, boats, trailers,
recreational vehicles, or other types of non-passenger vehicles, equipment,
implements, or accessories may be parked in the street unless given the
written permission of the Board has been granted. Vehicles not authorized
by the Board of Directors will be towed after (48) hours written notice at the
owner’s expense per NRS 116.3102.
5. Parking Enforcement
a. If any vehicles are parked on the street from 10:00 pm and 7:00 am they shall
be tagged and subject to tow within forty eight (48 hours) after the notice
has been placed on the vehicle at the owner’s expense.
b. If the same vehicle is tagged three or more times, it will be subject to
immediate tow at the owner’s expense.
c. Owners are not permitted to “swap cars” from their driveway or garage to
the street in order prevent the towing of the vehicles or obtain additional
parking passes from the Association or security.
d. If any vehicles are parked on the street along the red curb or within 15 feet
of a fire hydrant, it will be subject to immediate tow at the owner’s expense.
Procedures for Security Detail
The contracted security vendor will maintain the following procedures:
a. During regular scheduled patrols of each of the four communities within
Waterfall, security vendor will note those vehicles that are parked in the street
after 10:00 pm. Patrols, after 10:00 pm and before 7:00 am, security will
document those vehicles still parked in the street in a log by recording the
vehicle’s make/model/color and tag identification. Security will also note this
information on a notification tag and will place it on the windshield of the
vehicle. This warning advises the owner they have 48 hours to remove the
vehicle from the street and adhere to the Waterfall CC&Rs regulating vehicle
parking or the vehicle will be towed at owner’s expense.
b. Following the 48 hour notice, if homeowner disregards the posted notification,
security will contact the approved towing company, and have the vehicle towed
from the Waterfall community. As outlined in the Waterfall Rules and
Regulations, the vehicle owner will have to contact the towing company to
arrange for pick-up of vehicle at the owner’s expense.
c. If security has documented a vehicle that was in violation for parking in the
street within 24 hours, and the vehicle has returned to an alternate location, but
still on the street, the towing procedure will still be enacted.
d. If the security vendor has documented the same vehicle for parking violations
three or more times, it will be subject to immediate tow at the owner’s expense.
e. If the security vendor has documented a vehicle parked on the street along a red
curb or within 15 feet of a fire hydrant, it will be subject to immediate tow at the
Exceptions to Vehicle Violating Street Parking – Variance Requests
a. A Waterfall resident can request a waiver to this street parking enforcement by
particular lot (2-car garage, 2 spaces on the driveway and 5 vehicles).
One vehicle will be permitted to park on the street provided a sticker is
clearly posted on the vehicle.
permitted vehicles exceeds that of the number of available parking
spaces on the lot. Vehicle will require a placard is clearly posted on the
dashboard of the vehicle. Guest parking passes may be obtained for up to
f. If the variance is approved, the parking pass the parking pass is valid for up to six
months, after which time the owner must reapply for the parking pass.
1. The following rules have been adopted with respect to pets. Violations should be
directed to Animal Control as the Clark County Municipal Codes take precedence
over homeowner association rules and regulations.
2. No animal or fowl, other than commonly recognized household pets, may be kept or
maintained by any Member or Resident.
3. All pets must be kept within an enclosed backyard or inside a dwelling. Elsewhere
throughout the Community, the pet must be kept on a leash at all times. Pets must
not be left unattended in Common Areas.
4. At any one time, no more than three (3) household pets are allowed.
5. Pet Owners shall keep their property clean and free of animal waste, so that no
offensive or unhealthful condition exists. Barking or whining animals must be
as to not to interfere with neighboring rights. Chronic barking dogs
must be controlled; either by supervision, training, or devices that restrict barking
such as bark restraint collars.
6. Owners are liable for any damage or unreasonable noise caused by their pets.
7. Residents walking dogs must clean up feces immediately.
8. Pets must be licensed, and have current identification/vaccination tags in the event
that one should get loose it would easily be returned.
9. No pet is to be left unattended within the Association for an extended period of
time, i.e. vacations.
10. No pet may be bred or maintained for any commercial purpose.
H. Ground Cover
1. The owner/resident of a property shall install acceptable landscaping as pursuant to
the governing documents.
2. Any changes or additions to landscaping must be submitted to the Architectural
Review Committee for approval.
I. Maintenance of Lots
1. No rubbish, brush, weeds, undergrowth, debris of any kind or character shall ever
be placed or permitted to accumulate upon any property so as to render it as a fire
hazard, unsanitary, unsightly, offensive, or detrimental to any other Real Property in
the Community or to any occupants in the Community.
2. All owners must keep their lawns, shrubs and trees trimmed, pruned, and well
3. Gates and attachments must be kept in good repair and in colors which are
approved by the Board. Gate screening shall be of a permanent nature and shall be
maintained and not allowed to become unsightly.
4. Garage doors must be maintained in proper repair Garage doors must be closed
when garage is not attended or in use.
5. No clothesline or other devices for drying clothes may be installed or placed on any
6. All basketball hoops must be stored out of sight when not in use. They may not
remain in the street or near the curbs. All hoops must be safe and in reasonable
condition. Hoops cannot be of a permanent nature except those installed in the
backyards, which are subject to ARC approval.
7. Failure to abide by these requirements will give the Association the right to initiate
legal proceedings to enforce compliance.
8. The Association, at the discretion of the Board, and upon 30 days written notice,
may enter the property and remove rubbish, brush, weeds, undergrowth, or debris
or they may trim, prune shrubs and trees or maintain the lawn at the expense of the
9. All garden hoses must be neatly stored along the side of the house when not in use.
1. As a courtesy to your neighbors, no obnoxious or offensive activity shall be carried
on, in or upon any Association Property, nor shall anything be done therein which is
unreasonable annoyance or a nuisance to any other Owner. Without limiting the
generality of the foregoing provision, loud noises (stereos, televisions, horns,
whistles, dogs or other sound devices, excluding security devices used exclusively
for security), should be held to a minimum both day and night. Noisy vehicles or
other items, which may unreasonably interfere with the tranquility of the
Community, are in violation of these Rules and Regulations.
2. Trash cans must have lids as to prevent odors, unsanitary and unsightly conditions.
It is a County Ordinance that no trash cans be visible from the street; all trash cans
must be kept behind a screened fence or in the garage. Trash cans may be placed
out at curb for pickup not to exceed twenty-four (24) hours before and twelve (12)
hours after scheduled trash collection hours.
3. No Member or Resident shall be permitted to breed or harbor diseases or noxious
K. Window Coverings
1. No paper, foil, blankets, or sheets will be permitted as window coverings.
L. Outdoor Furnishings
1. Only nominal outdoor patio/yard furnishings are permitted.
2. No Member or Resident shall allow indoor household furniture or furnishings to
remain in view of the Common Area.
M. Signage Restrictions
1. No signs or advertising of any kind, except for a single, professional 18" x 24" "For
Sale" or "For Lease" sign, shall be erected or maintained on any Subdivision Interest.
Signs that exceed these dimensions are subject to ARC approval.
2. No signs may be installed on any Common Area. Such signs will be deemed unsightly
articles or abandoned property and removed and disposed of accordingly.
N. Block walls
1. The block walls surrounding the perimeter of the property are the shared
responsibility of the Member and the Association.
2. No fence, wall, or hedge shall be permitted to be installed on any premises without
the prior consent of the Architectural Review Committee.
3. All such installations must be provided with one opening every three feet at ground
level to provide for proper drainage.
1. Each Member or Resident agrees that he/she will not in any way interfere with the
natural or established drainage of water over his/her property.
P. Personal Property
1. Each Member, Resident, and Guest is responsible for his or her own items or
personal property including, but not limited to, vehicles, bicycles, clothing, and
sporting or other recreational equipment.
2. Any item of personal property that is stolen, lost or in any way damaged is the sole
responsibility of the owner. The Association takes no responsibility for any personal
3. Any personal property left unattended on any portion of the Common Areas within
the subdivision may be taken into the custody and control of the Association where
it will be held for up to fifteen (15) days.
4. Any person claiming ownership of such personal property being held by the
Association will be required to reasonably demonstrate ownership thereof. The
claimant may be required to pay a storage charge of five dollars ($5.00) for each
day, or portion thereof, from the time the item was taken into custody by the
Association until it is claimed.
5. Any item of personal property not claimed during the fifteen (15) day period will be
considered abandoned and disposed of as the Association sees fit.
Q. Drilling Equipment
1. No drilling equipment may be erected on any Lot.
1. Nothing shall be kept or done on any premises or Common Area that might increase
the rate of, or cause the cancellation of, insurance for the Association without the
prior written consent of the Board of Directors.
2. No Member or Resident shall permit anything to be done or kept on his/her
property that violates any law, ordinance, statue, rule or regulation of any local,
county, state, or federal body.
1. Holiday Decorations or lights for any publicly observed holiday between December 1
and December 31 may not be displayed before November 15. For other holidays,
decorations or lights may not be displayed more than two (2) weeks in advance of
the holiday. Decorations must be removed within 30 days after the holiday has
2. Flags, banners or any other yard displays are permitted only with the approval of
the Architectural Review Committee.
IV. Exercise Room Rules
A. Responsible adult supervision (a person eighteen years of age or older) is mandatory for
all persons under sixteen years of age in the exercise room at all times.
B. The exercise room is operated primarily for the use and enjoyment of the Residents.
The use of these facilities by guests is a privilege. Each Lot is allowed two guests and
must accompany their guests to the exercise room. The unit owner will be held
responsible both financially and personally for any damage or misconduct attributed to
his or her guests.
C. Residents must have key card at all times when in exercise room.
D. The exercise room door must be fully closed upon entering and leaving and may not be
E. Appropriate workout clothes are required when using the exercise room. Shoes, shorts,
and shirts must be worn at all times. Nudity is not allowed.
F. Rowdy behavior and horseplay are prohibited.
G. Plastic bottles containing water are the only drinks permitted in the exercise room. No
glass or aluminum containers or alcoholic beverages are permitted in the exercise
room. Smoking is prohibited anywhere within the exercise room.
H. It is recommended that a person using the exercise room consult with their doctor
before doing any workout.
I. The use of the exercise room is at your own risk.
J. Please inform management of any broken or malfunctioning equipment immediately.
K. The Board of Directors reserves the right to deny the use of the exercise room to
Please use this equipment safely for everyone's enjoyment. Report signs of vandalism or
unsafe conditions to the Management Company and/or Security.
V. Climbing Wall Rules
A. This climbing wall is provided for children ages 5 to 12 residing at Waterfall.
B. Children must be supervised by an adult (eighteen years of age or older) when using the
climbing wall. You are responsible for your children's safety while using this climbing
C. The use of this equipment is permitted during daylight hours only.
D. Never jump off the climbing wall.
E. Do not deface, damage, or write on equipment. Vandalism of equipment will be the
responsibility of the homeowners.
F. No bare feet or open toed shoes are permitted when climbing.
G. All jewelry must be removed.
H. No climbing with any items that could be dropped, i.e. toys, keys, loose change.
I. Protective gear should be worn while using climbing wall such as helmets and pads.
J. Use of the climbing wall is at your own risk.
VI. Splash Pad Rules
A. This splash pad is designed for children ages 2 to 12 residing at Waterfall.
B. Children must be supervised by an adult (eighteen years of age or older) while using this
splash pad. You are responsible for your children's safety while using the splash pad.
C. Do not deface, damage, or write on equipment. Vandalism of equipment is cause for
civil and criminal charges to be brought against the perpetrator(s).
D. All jewelry must be removed.
E. Inspect splash pad for broken glass or other debris prior to each use.
F. Do not climb on the components of the splash pad.
G. Do not swallow spray water from splash pad.
H. Use the splash park at your own risk.
I. Take your children on washroom breaks regularly.
J. Change diapers in a bathroom and not on the edge of splash pad.
K. The splash park is to be used between the hours of 10 am to 7 pm from April 1
L. Children who are not toilet trained must wear a swim diaper while using the splash pad.
M. Wash your hands after using toilet and before returning to the splash pad.
N. No animals on or near splash pad.
O. Polluting of any form on the splash pad area is prohibited.
VII. Playground Rules
A. The play ground is designed for children ages 2 to 5 for the Latourell playground and
ages 2 to 12 for the Aberdeen playground.
B. Children must be supervised by an adult (eighteen years of age or older) when using
this playground. You are responsible for your children's safety while using this
C. Use of this equipment is for use during daylight hours only.
D. Never jump off the playground equipment.
E. Do not deface, damage, or write on equipment. Vandalism of equipment is cause for
F. No bare feet are permitted when using playground.
I. Use the playground at your own risk.
J. Children should not climb on the roof of the playground equipment for safety purposes.
These Rules and Regulations are made a part of the August 13, 2014 Board of Directors
meeting and becomes a part of the official governing documents of the Waterfall Homeowners
Board President Date
Board Secretary Date
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