Reopening Guidelines for Country Club Estates Pools
We are pleased to announce that Country Club Estates pools are now open.
These are guidelines for all CCC-managed pools. Please check with your individual HOA for any additional requirements.
· Under government guidelines, visitors with any of the symptoms associated with the COVID-19 virus are prohibited from entering the pool facilities
· Six feet physical distancing is required under government guidelines. Members of the same party can participate in activities together and do not have to stay six feet apart
· Face masks are required for unvaccinated people when not in the water and suggested for vaccinated people when not in the water
· Residents are asked to wipe down (sanitize) all surfaces touched before and after pool use. The disinfectant will be available at each pool location, however, bringing your own wipes is a good practice
· Drinking water fountains will be disabled. Please bring your own water
· Surfaces in restrooms should be sanitized after use. Sanitizing wipes will be provided in clubhouse restrooms.
· Members at higher risk for severe COVID-19 complications are encouraged to stay home to reduce their risk of exposure.
· We cannot guarantee this facility is free of risk from COVID 19, so all use of pool facilities will be at your own risk. Please make mature decisions for your own protection
· Failure to abide by these government guidelines could result in Clackamas County closing down our pools
Covid 19 Pandemic Information and Communications:
April 12, 2014: Facilities usage for vaccinated
March 14, 2021: Neighbor Care Bulletin
March 15, 2021: Neighbor Care Bulletin
Feb. 26, 2021: The governor announced that Clackamas County will be downgraded to the moderate risk category
Feb. 12, 2021: Clubhouse Use While in High Risk Catergory
Feb. 11, 2021: Neighbor Care Bulletin
Feb. 8, 2021: Neighbor Care Bulletin
February 3, 2021: The Nitty Gritty of Covid Vaccinations presented by Lee Harker
January 29, 2021: Reopening Fitness Center and Tennis Club
January 21, 2021: COVID graph tracked by Jerry Baker
January 12, 2021: Neighbor Care Bulletin
November 16,2020: Letter from CCC President Eugene Tish
November 11, 2020: Neighbor Care Bulletin
September 22, 2020: Neighbor Care Bulletin
September 3, 2020: Neighbor Care Bulletin
August 7, 2020: Neighbor Care Bulletin
July 28, 2020: Neighbor Care Bulletin
July 22, 2020: Neighbor Care Bulletin
July 14, 2020: Neighbor Care Bulletin
July 7, 2020: Neighbor Care Bulletin
June 29, 2020: Neighbor Care Bulletin
June 4, 2020: Reopening Charbonneau Country Club on June 8
May 28, 2020: Neighbor Care Bulletin
May 19, 2020: Neighbor Care Bulletin
May 8, 2020: Neighbor Care Bulletin
May 6, 2020: Neighbor Care Bulletin
May 5, 2020: Looking for masks? Here are some Charbonneau contacts you can call. Their phone numbers can be found in the Charbonneau Directory:
Joan Vedder - Selling masks for $10. Joan is an excellent seamstress and I understand she makes masks for men and women (the masks for women may have lace to make them pretty)
Maxine Lehl - Selling masks locally for $5. St. Frances Church matches the cost and all proceeds are donated to the food bank.
Another resident told me some Charbonneau crafters are selling masks on the social media site, Next Door.
Hope to see you all soon - wearing masks of course!
April 21, 2020: Neighbor Care Bulletin
April 15, 2020: Neighbor Care Bulletin
April 14, 2020: Neighbor Care Bulletin
April 6, 2020: Neighbor Care Bulletin
April 1, 2020: Neighbor Care Bulletin_Thanks to First Responders
March 31, 2020: Neighbor Care Bulletin
March 26, 2020: Neighborhood Watch and What you CAN do
Here is a picture of a couple of Charbonneau residents practicing social distancing:
March 26, 2020: Neighbor Care Bulletin
Thank you Charbonneau!
March 24, 2020: Neighbor Care Bulletin
March 20, 2020: Information from Emergency Preparedness Committee:
Here is the latest from the Oregon joint information center. The graphic at the bottom is curent and is updated frequently.
Click on the link below for a wealth of information, including links to the Center of Disease Control (CDC) and the Oregon Health Authority: