Only dues paying community members in good standing may have access to or use of the Park.
The Park closes at dusk, year round.
Park use includes access to the boat ramp, pier, playground, tennis/ basketball court, and the picnic pavilion. All facilities are available on a first come, first served basis unless reserved ahead of time (in the case of the picnic pavilion only- see #4).
The picnic pavilion may be reserved ahead of time by contacting the CMCA Board of Directors for approval and inclusion on the shared community calendar.
Treat the Park as you would your own yard (or better).
Always park inside the gate, do not park on the street.
Parking is restricted to residents who are using the Park amenities or walking the neighborhood. Parking for residential gatherings and/or events is strictly prohibited without prior notification to and authorization by the CMCA Board of Directors. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for that purpose.
Lock the gate when leaving the park and make sure the code is scrambled on the lock.
When the pavilion is being used for a gathering, a paid community member in good standing must be present at all times. The designated community member assumes responsibility for any damages incurred and is responsible for all guest conduct.
Local noise ordinances must be observed at all times. If there is a noise complaint related to a gathering at Manor Park, the noise must be stopped or lowered to an acceptable volume. Park users must not disturb Park neighbors with loud music or boisterous behavior.
A paid member in good standing must accompany their guest(s) during guest use of the park and is responsible for guest actions while in the park.
Fishing is permitted, but a tidal waters fishing license is required.
Place dog waste in bags provided at the park entrance and discard in trash cans.
Once use of the pavilion is complete, the responsible community member must place all trash in receptacles, move bins to the curb outside of the gate but off the road, and remove whatever trash does not fit into receptacles from the Park.
Cutting, injuring, or uprooting trees and shrubs is prohibited except for purposes of park maintenance that has been requested or approved by the CMCA Board of Directors.
Park users must not engage in behavior that is hazardous to others in any way.
Park vandals will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.
Violation of any of these rules will result in all Manor Park privileges being revoked for the remainder of the current year.