MONDAY JUNE 22nd at 11:30am

Swim! Relax! Enjoy our beautiful setting!

Entry into the pool area will be limited to Pool Tag holders who have signed the COVID-19 Liability Waiver.

The complete 2020 Pool Rules & Regulations are posted in the Princeton Lobby, outside the Harvard Mail Room and on our website

If you have not yet applied for your Pool Tag please complete the application form, sign the COVID-19 Liability Waiver, which are available in the Harvard & Princeton Lobbies, and drop them in the mail room Suggestion Box by this Friday 6/19 at 4:00pm so you can be sure to enjoy our pool on opening day.

If you have already applied for your Pool Tag, you will be contacted individually regarding the Liability Waiver.

Pool Tags cannot be obtained at the pool.


As per Governor Wolf’s order, effective Sunday, April 19 at 8 PM, EVERYONE is now required to wear masks while on the premises of all businesses. This is for the safety and well-being of all our residents, staff, visitors and guests. If you are not wearing a face mask or covering do not enter this building.

And we FINALLY received the hand sanitizer stations. The staff installed 7 throughout the building. The units are mounted on the wall as close to a main entry door as possible. Just place you hand under the dispenser and foam will automatically dispense. The units are located at both main lobbies and service entrances, as well as at the 1st (Princeton) 3rd (Yale) and 6th (Yale) floor entrances.

Things will improve if we continue to work together. The more we work together consistently to contain the virus to bring it to a standstill, the quicker this part of our lives will be over. Be strong for each other. In the future, we will all look back and be proud of how we responded to this unprecedented challenge.


For the safety and well-being of all our residents, staff, visitors, and guests, effective immediately we are strongly urging EVERYONE who enters the building, walks the halls, or has business in the building to wear a face mask/covering. This follows the CDC recommendations to frequently wash your hands for at least 20 seconds with soap and water, observe social distancing, cover your cough or sneeze, and wear cloth face masks when in public to slow the spread of this frightening disease.

We are here to continue to assist you through this event. We can help via phone (610-544-6000) or email ( Please stay safe.