The Mission Bay Community Center is open to residents and invited guests. The exercise room is open via sign-up sheet at the door.
There is access to hand sanitizing stations, hand sanitizers, masks and wipes throughout the facilities. There are additional cleaning and disinfecting of these areas per CDC recommendations. Please continue to use these and keep our community safe and healthy.
Open hours will be the same as prior to closure. Please refer to the HOA website and your homeowner Welcome books for specific hours and rules of operation.
Mission Bay HOA offices and Mission Bay Real Estate offices are open, and will continue to adhere to social distancing and sanitation guidelines.
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Mission Bay Community Center & Great Room
Community Center Usage Policy and Fees
The Community Center is intended to serve as a meeting and social gathering place for all Mission Bay Homeowner functions. All members are encouraged to use the clubhouse for social fellowship among Mission Bay HOA members and their guests.
The clubhouse is also available for personal functions of any Mission Bay HOA member in good standing. A Mission Bay HOA member in good standing is defined as any current dues paying member owning a home or land within the Mission Bay or Mission Bay Preserve development.
Access to the Clubhouse and adjoining amenities is by individually coded key cards allocated to each homeowner. Additional coded key cards are available for purchase upon request of a homeowner.
Reservations for the clubhouse will be made available on a first come, first serve basis. Reservations are encouraged to be booked as far in advance as possible. A reservation is confirmed when the Clubhouse Reservation Agreement and deposit check per the room charge schedule is received by the HOA Manager. A room and function calendar can be viewed on the Mission Bay HOA website and is posted at the Community Center.
Event Rental forms may be downloaded and printed out or picked up and filled out at the Mission Bay HOA office.
ROOM CHARGE POLICY
No room rental charge will apply for any event organized and sponsored by the Mission Bay HOA Social Committee.
No room rental charge will apply for use of the clubhouse facility when that use is open to the entire Mission Bay HOA membership and organized for their exclusive use.
A room rental charge will apply for any event or function where a financial charge is made to those in attendance, or an event is not open to the full Mission Bay community.
All other Clubhouse facility rentals will be subject to a rental fee, along with a deposit:
If all rules/conditions are met, the deposit will be refunded.
There will be no regularly scheduled events over 4.5 hours in length.
Regularly scheduled events under 4.5 hours but with 50% or less Mission Bay owner participation will be charged at $10 per session.
There is no charge for regularly scheduled events with 50% or more Mission Bay owner participation.
All regularly scheduled Mission Bay activity groups will be asked to complete a new reservation request each year, in fairness to all homeowners.
There are no grandfathered events going forward.
Regular groups that do not show up for their reserved time slot without 24 hour notice to the HOA will forfeit that time slot privilege and must reapply for consideration to the Board of Directors.
Event sponsors will be responsible for payment to the Club Manager and for any damage caused to the facility. Please contact the Mission Bay HOA office at 406-883-5139, or stop in, for current rental fee and deposit information, as well as to fill out a facility rental form.
FACILITY GENERAL RULES
Mission Bay Community Center Hours: 8:00 am – 10:00 pm – Special Circumstances: Events going later than 10:00 pm must be addressed ahead of time with the Mission Bay Manger. The Mission Bay HOA member who is hosting an event at the Clubhouse must be in attendance at all times during their sponsored function. As a courtesy to any neighboring property, careful attention should be given to the noise level of the event.
The Mission Bay Workout Room is open from 5:00 am – 10:00 pm.
The maximum capacity of the Clubhouse shall not exceed 100 people.
ALL areas of the Community Center are TOBACCO FREE. No smoking is allowed in the Clubhouse or any of its’ recreational facilities.
Any Mission Bay HOA Social Committee sponsored gathering may use the entire Mission Bay HOA facility. All other gatherings involving rental of the Clubhouse will include the upper patio only. The pool/hot tub, exercise room and both tennis courts may not be rented. An HOA member may rent a single tennis court for tournament play for $50 per day. The Homeowner must be present at all times while the court is being rented.
NO PETS of any type are allowed in Community Center areas. Service dogs are not considered pets.
Proper attire: Casual dress in the Community Center, swim suits in the pool area only.
A guest is defined as an overnight visitor or immediate family member. All other guests will be referred to as invited guests. All portions of the Mission Bay HOA facilities are open for use by Mission Bay and Mission Bay Preserve owners in good standing, and their guests.
Homeowners must be present when guests under 16 use the pool, hot tub or tennis courts, and when guests under 16 use the Great room and exercise room
Members and guests must use owner’s key card for access. Homeowner must notify the manager in writing that guests will be using the facility without the owner’s presence.
An invited guests is any guest of a Mission Bay HOA member that is not an overnight visitor or immediate family member. There is a limit of 3 times a season that a guest may use the recreational portion of the facility whether invited by a single HOA member or by a multiple number of HOA members. The HOA member sponsoring the invited guests will pay a pass fee of $10 per day for each guest exceeding the 3 time limit of their use of any portion of the Mission Bay recreational facility. The homeowner must be present at all times when guests use any portion of the facility.
Reported and verified violations will be handled as follows:
First time violation: A letter will be sent to the violating party indicating the offense and a reminder of the rules.
Repeat or second violation by the same parties: A letter will be sent indicating the offense and violation noticed will be sent to the MB CC&R committee for review The owner may receive a minimum two-week suspension from use of the Community center and its’ recreational facilities as determined by the Mission Bay By-Laws/Covenants Conditions & Restrictions Committee.