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The playing fields at the Canyon Club and the Summit Club are available to residents and their guests for use for soccer, lacrosse, football, baseball, and other outdoor sports activities.
In order to receive consideration, a team seeking to use the field must meet two conditions: First, the team roster must include a predominate number of Village residents on the playing roster.
Second, at least one coach or assistant coach must be a Village resident and must be willing to accept responsibility for the team when it uses the Association facilities.
Registration of Team Members and Responsibility
The Village-resident team coach is the designated team sponsor and, following receipt of a team reservation but before the commencement of practices, is personally responsible for providing to the Association’s Emergency Services Department a roster of all team members. Team members from outside the Village are admitted to the Village as the sponsor’s guests. Guests and sponsors are subject to the regular Association Rules & Regulations. The essence of the Rules is “use common sense and extend courtesy and consideration to Village residents and other guests.” Copies of the Rules can be had at the Association office.
Team member guests and their parents are to enter the Village through Gate 4 and announce themselves to the gate officer as team members en route to practice at the Canyon Club. The gate officer will verify membership by reference to the team roster. Rosters must be updated when team composition or coaching staff changes.
Coaches should take reasonable steps to adhere to reasonable noise levels and disruption to other residents. Each coach should be respectful of nearby neighbors regarding excessive noise around dinner time.
Cost, Responsibility for Pick-Up, and Damage Repair
There is no fee for use of the play fields. However, each team and its sponsor, personally, are responsible for the upkeep and maintenance of the fields and Association-provided equipment and, also, the repair of any damage caused by the team’s use of the facilities. Upkeep generally means “pick up after yourself and your teammates” and “fix what you break;” it does not extend to mowing grass or emptying trash cans.
Links to the calendars for the fields are posted above. Please view the calendar or call the Homes Association to check on availability for your desired dates and times. Fields can be reserved up to 60 days in advance. There is no guarantee for full field usage. All football teams will be required to practice at the Summit Club only.
If you have any questions or need additional information please contact the Homes Association office at 303-814-1345 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org