Kenmont is Closed for the Season

Message from the Board

Friday, July 17, 2020

Dear Kenmont families,  


We hope everyone enjoyed swimming, playing tennis, and lounging on the deck or grounds this past week. A big thank you to everybody who shared comments and suggestions on Club operations. This helps us to keep the member experience as enjoyable as possible under the circumstances.  


Swim Team Time Trials

The pool will not be available for reervation from for the 10:30-12:30 time slots July 28th and 29th in order for the Tsunami Swim Team to have their time trials meet!



Parents: We need your help!

Kenmont’s Covid-19 rules provide the framework for all of us to stay safe and have fun during each visit to the Club. To achieve this, it is critical that we all consistently follow the 2020 Kenmont Covid Rules. Please remember that these rules mirror Montgomery County guidelines, which if not adhered to could result in punitive actions taken by the County, including citations, fines, suspension and closing of the pool. We ask all members, especially parents, to ensure that all family members are following the rules. If your young children/teens want to gather together in a circle to talk, please make sure they are either wearing a mask or are at least 6 feet apart both in and outside the pools!  


As a reminder, here are the rules for “Being at Kenmont”:  

Members must wear face coverings while moving about Kenmont. Members are not required to wear face coverings while sunbathing or sitting six feet away from non-family members. Members are not to wear face coverings while in the pool.

Members must observe all physical distancing directives and policies to include, at a minimum, maintaining at least six foot distance from all non-family members at all times.

When the main pool is open for general use, appropriate physical distancing must be observed.

There will be no group games in the main pool, e.g., beaver, or marco polo. 

In the event that the pool and pool deck must be cleared for inclement weather or other circumstances, members must leave the Kenmont facility. An “all clear” flag or similar notification will be displayed at the gate shack when the pool is open for swimming.


Returning from Vacation? Here’s a few things to keep in mind

If your summer travel plans will take you out-of-state, please remember that Maryland’s Department of Health recommends that you be tested for the virus after returning. With that same level of caution in mind, we urge you not to come to the Club until you have been tested and received a negative result. And whether you have traveled out-of-state or not, please stay home if you are not feeling well.  


Looking for Volunteers to Join the Improvements Committee

The committee is composed of both board members and members that brainstorm and recommend capital improvements projects for near-term and long-term enhancement of the club. For more details, please email


Thank you again for your cooperation. If you have questions or comments, please contact us at  


The Board of Directors