Community Update

August 10, 2018 by  

The Scofield Ridge Board is monitoring the Covid-19 situation.

We know that many of you are anxious for the pool and playground to reopen. The Board is receiving the same mixed messages as everyone else: Governor Abbott suggests reopening with 25% capacity while Travis County continues stay-at-home orders. The 25% capacity limitation imposes compliance requirements which need additional resources to execute.

The Board would like to make all of our homeowners aware of the fact that HOA Liability Insurance expressly excludes incidents for infectious diseases and pandemics. There is NO insurance coverage for us to purchase for this situation.

Opening the pool could put all of our HOA assets and Reserves at substantial risk. One lawsuit would be detrimental to the Association and has to be considered with all homeowners in mind.

With this being said Scofield Ridge will continue to keep the pool and playground closed until it is physically and fiscally safe to reopen. We will monitor legislative events at the local and federal level for pandemic liability exoneration and will then consider the option to open the pool.


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