CLUBHOUSE RENTAL GUIDELINES
revised June, 2004
The Bright Water Clubhouse is available to residents for use in hosting both private parties and community events.
Residents must be in good standing with HOA dues to rent the Clubhouse for a private party. Only homeowners are
permitted to rent the Clubhouse. Use of the Clubhouse by non-residents will not be permitted. Functions are
reserved on a first-come, first serve basis. Reservation confirmation will follow receipt of the rental fee and security
deposit by the Rental Agent.
The HOA Board will designate one or more individuals to serve as the Rental Agent (although this will typically be
the Property Manager, any individual may be designated as the Rental Agent by the Board for temporary purposes).
The Rental Agent will have the discretion to act in the best interests of the HOA for any situation or questions that
may arise that are not covered by the guidelines, rules or rental agreement.
USE OF THE CLUBHOUSE FOR COMMUNITY MEETINGS & ACTIVITIES
Bright Water HOA Committees, Board, and Social organizations may reserve the clubhouse for meetings at no
charge. The person in charge of the meeting will be responsible for ensuring that the facility is left in clean condition,
including removal of trash, food and beverages, and the placement of all furniture to its original location.
USE OF OTHER AMENITIES
Rental of the Clubhouse is limited to use of the Clubhouse. Use of the common areas, including the tennis courts,
lawn areas, parking lots, pool, and lake are not included in the rental agreement for the Clubhouse. Other than the
pool, these areas are not available for private event rental. The Pool Committee has published procedures, fees and
rules for pool parties separately.
PRIVATE PARTY RENTAL
The Clubhouse may be rented until midnight for private functions for a fee plus deposit. The renter will be required
to return any folding tables and chairs used to the storage room. The Clubhouse must be thoroughly