Falcon Ridge Pools

Please review the pool rules on this website, or in your directory, with your family prior to using the neighborhood pools. You must have a signed liability waiver on file before your pool card will be activated.

Click here to download the waiver.

Fill out, sign, and return the waiver to astreeter@sentrymgt.com and pool@falconridgehoa.net

Pool Access Cards

If you need an access card to the pools, please contact Sentry Management, Inc. via astreeter@sentrymgt.com. Family pool entry/access cards are homeowner's responsibility. There is a $25 charge for replacement of any lost card.

If you need a new or replacement card, please allow 24 hours for your request to be processed.

NOTE: There can be only one active card per family or household.


Please review the included pool rules with your family so that we can have a safe and enjoyable pool season. The pools are serviced early morning and water chemistry is checked again in the afternoon. If there is a problem at the pool, or with the restroom facilities, please call Sentry Management at (913) 648-1188. If a problem occurs on a weekend or during evening hours, please listen to the voice prompts for reporting after hour emergencies and your call will be returned promptly.

Pool Monitoring

Both pools are security monitored and are under video surveillance. Entering the pool area after hours and/or inappropriate activity at the pool by any member of a family or a guest of a homeowner will result in suspension of family pool privileges. In addition, any vandalism / damage to Association property will be reported to the police and parties involved will be prosecuted. Damage to our community results in increased expense in operations. We will appreciate your help in making the pool season a good one!

Falcon Ridge Homes Association Pool Rules and Regulations (in addition to posted rules)

The pools are open Memorial Day through Labor Day until 9 pm. In order for all residents to enjoy the full benefits of our community pool, we ask that you please abide by the following rules:

No smoking, vaping, or tobacco products are allowed at Falcon Ridge pools or on clubhouse property.

Alcohol use by minors is strictly prohibited and will result in loss of family pool privileges for the remainder of the calendar year.

The Clubhouse/Prairie Star pool and 95th & Redbud pool are entered with your access card. The alarm system at the clubhouse pool is activated after hours. Persons entering or leaving during unauthorized hours will be responsible for any damage. Police will be called and dispatched for any trespassing or suspicious activity.

  1. Due to Covid 19 pandemic and reduced pool capacity, we will not be able to allow guests at either Falcon Ridge pool until further notice. Residents must use their own access card. Transferring or sharing access cards or letting others into the pool area will result in loss of pool privileges.
  2. Children under 12 years old must be accompanied by an adult.
  3. No running, diving, horseplay, loud music or other activities that disturb other pool users will be permitted. Only the following pool toys shall be permitted: balls, snorkels, fins and small child floatation devices. Large rafts or inner tubes are not permitted.
  4. No profanity will be tolerated.
  5. Appropriate swimwear must be worn. No jeans, cutoffs, etc. are allowed. Children who are not toilet trained MUST wear swim diapers as regulated by the Health Department. In consideration of others, do not enter the pool with infectious diseases, bandages, open sores or other health hazards.
  6. Glass containers and other potentially sharp objects are not permitted in the pool area. Pool users are responsible for removing their own refuse. No Bicycles, skateboards, etc. are allowed in the pool area. No grills are allowed in the pool area.
  7. Do not remove pool furniture from the pool area.
  8. The Board of Directors for Falcon Ridge Homes Association reserves the right to amend, modify, or delete the above rules as deemed appropriate at any time and without other notice.

THERE ARE NO LIFE GUARDS ON DUTY - Call 911 for all emergencies

The pools are PRIVATE PROPERTY. Loitering in the pool area during closed hours will be considered trespassing. The police will be called and FRHOA will prosecute.