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Mission Viejo Swim & Racquet Club General Emergency Rules

The following Temporary MVSRC Facility Use Rules are intended to make using the MVSRC facilities accessible to the membership while promoting good hygiene and proper social distancing. Please understand that the risk of infection associated with COVID-19 is an unknown and, while MVSRC is taking precautions to minimize the risk, there is no way for the risk to be completely eliminated. Thus, please understand that USE OF THIS FACILITY IS AT YOUR OWN RISK! Also, please understand that MVSRC's ability to keep its facilities open and to mitigate the risk related to COVID-19 is dependent upon everyone working together with social distancing and doing their part to keep everyone as safe as possible.

All previously adopted MVSRC Emergency Rules documents can be viewed or downloaded from the timeline below.


As of November 19th, the MVSRC Fitness Center is CLOSED until further notice.

Updated Emergency Club Rules beginning Saturday, September 19th, 2020

Updated Emergency Pool & Tennis Court Rules beginning Saturday, August 19, 2020

Updated Emergency Pool & Tennis Court Rules begin Saturday, June 20, 2020.

Updated 06/17/20 Emergency Rules for Pool Use 73k
Updated 06/17/20 Emergency Rules for Tennis Courts 64k

MVSRC will be opening Friday, May 15, 2020.

The first reservation for the pool is at 9:30 am.
You must call the office and speak to a person to make the reservation, we will NOT take reservations left as a message.


Emergency General Rules 66k

Emergency Rules for Pool Use 61k

Emergency Rules for Tennis Courts 60k

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