The Promontory Pointe pool will be closed on the following dates for the Promontory Pointe Piranha’s Swim Meets:
The pool will be closed from 4 PM until closing on these days. Thanks for your understanding and support of our young residents. Swim Fast Piranhas!!!
The Promontory Pointe Pool will be opening March 6th for the 2021 Season. Hours are 5:00 AM to 9:00 PM (Thursday – Tuesday) and 12:00 PM to 9:00 PM (Wednesday). Please read the Pool and Recreation Rules posted on our website for more information about the pool and HOA recreation facilities. More information can also be found under the Our Amenities tab on our website. A waiver can also be obtained HERE.
- If you currently have an entry card and have registered with a waiver, your card is still active in the system and you are good to go!
- If you currently have a card but have not filled out a waiver, you will not be able to gain access until your card has been registered. You can obtain a waiver online, fill it out and email it to DAMC for activation.
- If you do not have a card, the cost is $10 and a waiver must be completed in order to purchase. You can go to the DAMC office and/or contact Ken Piland for more information on how to obtain a card.
Ken can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or 210-561-0606. Diamond Association Management is located at 14603 Huebner Road, Building 40. www.damctx.com.
All homeowners MUST be in good standing with the HOA in order to access the recreation facilities. More information on this can be found in the Pool and Recreation Rules.
Users MUST also follow state/city guidelines for Covid. Please follow all guidelines posted at the pool and under the post on our website “Promontory Pointe Pool Covid Guidelines”
SAWS will provide interested home owners with a free one hour irrigation consultation. A SAWS licensed irrigator will run your system. They will tell you your actual usage water for each zone. At the conclusion of the consult SAWS will suggest improvements and provide you with a Custom rebate to help defray cost if you choose to make changes. The average saving for residents following recommendations is 2000 gallons a month. For more information, go to www.SAWS.org.