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New Safety Fence between Pool and John's Villa

Our Volunteers at Work!

During the 2014 annual safety inspection of our facilities by Rural Metro informed the maintenance department that since the doors from John’s Villa open out to the pool, we needed a safety barrier between the patio and the pool. You may remember it was screened in before but the screen had deteriorated over the years and had tears in it so it was removed. So rather than put screen up and a new safety door it was suggested that a pool fence and gate be installed. Financing would be supplied by the lapidary crew. Maintenance thought it was a good idea and a couple of board members agreed. Labor was donated by volunteers from the wood shop and coffee social men and the project was completed. The reason the fence is five feet above the low block wall is that regulations state that it must be five feet above any solid surface. If it just went five feet above the patio the block wall would be a step to help the little ones climb over the fence. The fence does allow plenty of breeze and the view isn’t to restrictive and it didn’t cost the Club anything. All of the volunteers of Dreamland Villa Community Club are the best!

Dreamland Villa Retirement Community
320 N. 55th Place, Mesa, AZ 85205
(480) 832-3461
Adult 55+ Community

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