Book one of the four BBQs and your table, in advance – the day before the day you want to use a BBQ
by calling the Gatehouse at 416 241 2130
Same day bookings for a BBQ and/or table may be possible by checking with the Security guard at the
entrance gate to the pool area
Reservations for tables 1-4 available from 11:30 AM every two hours, tables 5-8 available every two
hours starting at 12:30 PM each day, each reservation is for one hour & forty five minutes
Each suite will be limited to one reservation per day
There will be a fifteen minute grace period for your reservation and after which you will lose your
reservation due to anticipated high demand
BEFORE ACCESSING THE BBQ AREA
Bring and display your Amenity card
Wash hands thoroughly
Bring your BBQ lighter with you
Check in with the Security guard at the entrance gate to the pool area and answer the pre-screening questions
Obtain sanitation supplies from Security guard at the entrance to the pool area and return them when leaving the BBQ area
Enter the BBQ area by travelling left from the entrance gate. When leaving the BBQ proceed around the north side of the pool and return to the entrance/exit gate to leave the pool area.
Observe the decals on the ground directing flow of traffic and social distancing
Maintain social distancing when lining up to enter pool area
WHILE USING THE BBQ AREA
Do not share utensils, glasses, dishes etc.
Minimize touching gates, handles, benches, tables and chairs when not sitting
You are responsible for sanitizing BBQ & brush handles, your own table & chairs
Please complete your cooking within the first hour of your reservation start time (including the cleaning of the barbeque grill), so the person with the next reservation time slot has adequate time for cooking Chairs are absolutely forbidden to be re-arranged
Social distancing rules apply at all times, keep at least six feet away from other residents
Clean BBQ grill with brush provided when finished using BBQ
Washrooms facilities in the rec centre should only be used when absolutely necessary, residents are encouraged to use their own washrooms
The tennis courts open again on July 6th. You must sign a waiver and be assigned a photo id that should be with you whenever you use our amenities. Please consider the following advice.
BEFORE YOU PLAY
Ensure all players have signed a COVID-19 Waiver form
Have your WAIVER ID card which must be displayed at all times.
Book your tennis court with the Security Gatehouse at 416-241-2130 (Maximum 2 hours)
Play with persons living in your household or individuals considered to be low risk.
Don’t play if you or your playing partner:
– exhibit any coronavirus symptoms, such as a fever, cough, difficulty breathing, or other symptoms identified by health experts – have been in contact with someone with COVID-19 in the last 14 days – are considered vulnerable or at risk (elderly individuals or have a pre-existing condition)
PREPARING TO PLAY
Wash your hands with soap and water before going to a tennis court
Bring hand sanitizers
Clean your equipment, including your racquets and water bottles
Do not share equipment
Bring a water bottle to avoid touching a water fountain handle
Minimize touching door handles, gates, benches and all other objects where the virus could survive
Check in with the Security Gatehouse
Keep a 2-metre distance with other players and play singles unless with members of your household
Avoid touching your face. Cough or sneeze into a tissue or your sleeve
Stay on your side of the court
Each player bring a separate can of balls, and be sure to only handle yours
Don’t share food, drinks and towels
Use your racquet and foot to pick up balls or to send to another player
Check out with the Security Gatehouse
Wash your hands with water and disinfectant soap or with hand sanitizer
Leave the court immediately after you finish playing
Islington 2010 will begin a window replacement project this fall. You will need to prepare for the construction but not right away. Wait and you will be informed when to start preparations.
How to Prepare
It goes without saying that you need to remove all window coverings, and the hardware too if possible. Those with stippled ceilings should use caution especially if it seems crumbly. If in doubt, leave it for the abatement experts.
Move furniture away from the window areas in the livingroom, den, and bedrooms – 4 to 5 feet if possible, and protect everything with dustcovers. It may be wise to remove wall art or cover it to protect from wind and dust.
Remove window coverings, clear space and cover furnishings
Bay window in den
Clear space for workers and cover furnishings
Cover bedding to protect from dust
Leave room inside for workers – clear space on the balcony too
Wind may knock pictures off the wall – be prepared
Preparations by the Construction Team
The contractors will also prepare the site to avoid any damage or excess dust. They will use drop cloths, dust barriers, and floor protection.
Common area hallways
Our hallways will be protected during construction
The team uses plastic tarps to protect from dust
Hall floor protection
Floors to and from construction areas will be covered
As you know, renovations are happening all the time in our building. It’s possible that you are beginning to consider making some changes in your suite in the new year. Remember that you are required to make an application to the Board before starting. Watch this video for some advice.