COVID-19 vaccines at VA


Governor’s Executive Order

In accordance with the Governor’s Executive Order of May 3rd, effective, Saturday May 8th, masks are no longer required on HOA properties, but they are highly recommended. All other HOA rules and restrictions will be lifted in a timely manner, but no later than July 1st.

Thank you for your patience


Horizon Center Pool Closure

The Horizon Center Pool is closed for replacement of the filter system.
County inspections have been delayed until next week.
We anticipate it opening on Friday, May 14th.

We are sorry for the inconvenience and thank you for your patience!


Lake Vista Fitness Center Occupancy

Gym Floor: 32 Maximum Capacity


Aerobics Room: 18 Maximum Capacity


Indoor Pool: 6 Maximum Capacity


Risk for severe illness with COVID-19 increases with age, with older adults at highest risk. Certain medical conditions can also increase risk for severe illness. 

For example, people in their 50s are at higher risk for severe illness than people in their 40s. Similarly, people in their 60s or 70s are, in general, at higher risk for severe illness than people in their 50s. The greatest risk for severe illness from COVID-19 is among those aged 85 or older.

Severe illness means that a person with COVID-19 may require:

  • hospitalization,
  • intensive care, or a
  • ventilator to help them breathe, or
  • they may even die.

Source: CDC



Facility restrictions being lifted due to phase 3

Outdoor Pools & Spas 
Mon-Fri 8:00am – 10:00pm
Sat-Sun 9:00am – 10:00pm
There will no longer be staff monitoring the pool.
Guests are welcome at the pool accompanied by Resident.
Peninsula Pool Club activity will resume to pre Covid 

Horizon Center
Note: Face Masks are required in the Horizon Center when social distancing measures are difficult to maintain
Mon-Fri 8:00am – 10:00pm
Sat-Sun 9:00am – 10:00pm
Horizon Center Ballroom Capacity: 150 people
Clubs should contact Judith Ponder for information on room capacity limits and plans for activity resumption in the Horizon Center.
Lake Vista Fitness Center 
Fitness Center
Mon-Fri 6:00am – 8:00pm
Sat-Sun 7:00am – 7:00pm
Indoor Pool
Mon-Fri 7:00am – 8:00pm
Sat-Sun 8:00am – 7:00pm
Another notice will be sent on when classes will resume.

Lake Vista Fitness Center Capacity
Gym Floor: 32
Aerobics room: 18
Pool: 6

Residents will no longer be required to use the self scheduling system. Lake Vista Fitness Center will adopt the system that was being used at the pools. 

Residents can go to Lake Vista Fitness Center throughout the day as long as the Fitness Center has not reached the maximum capacity.
Residents may arrive at any time during pre Covid Hours and will be admitted on a first-come, first-serve basis. If the Fitness Center is at capacity, the resident will not be admitted and asked to return at a later time. The Fitness Center use remains restricted to residents only.
Residents will also have the ability to go on the website and Del Webb Spruce Creek App to see how many people are at the Fitness Center in real time.
The button on and DWSC App to get here will say: “Fitness Center Occupancy”
Residents will be checked into the Fitness Center by the Fitness Monitors (Staff) using tablets to record entries and exits from the Fitness Center
At Lake Vista Fitness Center ALL HOA members will present their member ID card to the Fitness Monitor.
The Fitness Monitor will enter the member ID number that is on the member ID card into their Tablet and check off the box that says IN. When the HOA member leaves the Fitness Center they will check out with the Fitness Monitor. The Fitness Monitor will enter the member ID number that is on the member ID card into the Tablet and check off the box that says Out.
This notice below is from the Florida Governor’s Coronavirus Task Force

Vulnerable Populations
Individuals older than 65 years of age and individuals with a serious underlying medical condition (such as chronic lung disease, moderate-to-severe asthma, serious heart conditions, immune-compromised status, cancer, diabetes, severe obesity, renal failure and liver disease) can resume public interactions, but should practice social distancing, minimizing exposure to social settings where distancing may not be practical, unless precautionary measures are observed. Vulnerable populations should affirmatively inform their employer that they are a member of the vulnerable population so that their employer can plan accordingly.

CDC Guidelines for Coronavirus Protection

Some reminders for self-protection from the CDC and the Governor of FL

1. The governor recommends that people over 65 and/or people with an illness stay home for at least another week unless having to address a critical need

2. Clean your hands often with soap and water or sanitizer

3. Stay at least 6 feet away from other people

4. Cover your mouth with a tissue when coughing or sneezing

5. Avoid touching your face

6. Clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces daily

7. If you feel sick contact a medical professional

Let’s all do our part to avoid spreading this virus. This is critical for all of us.






Impacted Facilities/Events from Covid-19

Bathrooms at the Pickleball Courts and Ball Field will remain open for vendors and residents. Restrooms will be sanitized daily by staff and we ask residents and vendors to stay sanitary and clean when using these restrooms. Per CDC guidelines wash your hands with soap for 20 seconds.

Staff will be in the Fitness Center and Horizon Center. If you have questions, please call the front desk or the staff person directly.

We’re asking all residents to please take the necessary precautions to be safe and sanitary during these times. We all need to do our part to stop the spread of Covid-19

If you have not downloaded the Del Webb Spruce Creek App we urge you to do so for up to date Covid-19 information pertaining to this community and surrounding areas. Go to the Apple App Store or Google Play and search Del Webb Spruce Creek.

How to Protect Yourself
Stay informed and up to date with your local news for COVID-19 updates

Take everyday actions before, during, and after the event to protect yourself and others:

Stay home when sick.

Avoid crowds and people who are sick.

Delay all travel, including plane trips, and especially avoid going on any type of cruise.

Cover coughs and sneezes with a tissue or the inside of your elbow. Then wash your hands.
Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.

Clean your hands often. Wash your hands with soap and water for 20 seconds. If you don’t have soap and water, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol.

Clean AND THEN disinfect surfaces and things you touch often, such as tables, chairs, doorknobs, light switches, elevator buttons, handrails, countertops, remote controls, shared electronic equipment, shared exercise equipment, handles, desks, phones, keyboards, toilets, faucets, and sinks. Keep your homes cleaned and disinfected by following these instructions.

Symptoms may appear 2-14 days after exposure.  Symptoms can include the following:
*Mild to severe respiratory illness.
*Shortness of breath
Seek medical advice if you develop symptoms, and have been in close contact with a person known to have COVID-19 or if you live in or have recently been in an area with ongoing spread of COVID-19.

Make a plan for if you get sick:
Call your doctor
Stay in touch with others by phone or e-mail. You might need to ask for help from friends, family, neighbors, community health workers, etc. if you become sick.

Seek out a “buddy” who will check on and help care for you if you become sick.
Have an emergency contact list.

Have a list of your daily medication and time of day you take them, so a caregiver will be able to help you if you get sick.

Determine who can provide you with care if your caregiver gets sick.

Get tested.