Bocce Return to Play Guidelines
In the interest of everyone's health and safety, please observe the following guidelines as approved by the TGCA Board of Directors.
Out of respect to your bocce friends, if you feel you cannot comply with any of the guidelines, please avoid play on the Gallery courts at this time. Thank you.
These return-to-play guidelines are aligned with the advice of legal counsel and are informed by currently available information and clinical expertise regarding the COVID-19 virus. Particular attention is focused on the challenges presented by the virus in adult communities. In consideration of your neighbors, an abundance of caution is recommended.
Additional Considerations that Promote Health & Safety
Use an abundance of caution!
- If you are sick or are feeling sick, do not come to the court.
- Sanitize your hands before and after handling any equipment such as broom, storage unit, etc.
- Make a reservation. The person making the reservation can name up to 4 players for the hour
- Check the List of Gallery bocce players if you are looking for an additional player for your time slot.
- Do not arrive at the court more than 5 minutes ahead of your reserved time.
- Avoid contact with others, such as hand shaking and high fives.
- Acknowledge the other player(s) at the end of the game....from a distance.
- Cross over should be made on the opposite sides of the court.
- Adhere to CDC guidelines by not touching your face (after handling a ball or other equipment).
- Leave the court as soon as reasonably possible; avoid post play socializing at the court.
Sanitize! Sanitize! Sanitize!
Distance! Distance! Distance!
An inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 exists in any public place where people are present. COVID-19 is an extremely contagious disease that can lead to severe illness and death. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, senior citizens and guests with underlying medical conditions are especially vulnerable.
By using the common area amenities you voluntarily assume all risks related to exposure to COVID-19.