WHAT IS HAPPENING NOW
The Board of Trustees has been working tirelessly on the best options for getting our club open in a legal and safe manner so that we can all enjoy some semblance of normality, fun and exercise this summer. No matter what plans we come up with, we are limited to what the state and township governments will agree to. This remains uncertain, but you can expect that when we do open, there will be safety measures that will make the club experience somewhat different than it has been. May 23rd is no longer possible. Although the pools are ready to be filled, it takes nearly three weeks to get them fully functional. The cost of having them functional and not being allowed to open is prohibitive. At this point, we are shooting for early to mid-June. Our plan is to open for seven days a week even if we would not normally be open for weekdays that early in the season. We may also try to stay open longer in September than usual in order to provide the best experience we can for as many of our members as possible. We are all in this together, and we need the support of our membership to get through this difficult season.
DUES AND LATE FEES
Late fees are waived until May 25th. From May 25th until June 4th, there will be a $25 late fee. On June 5th the late fee will increase to $50. Resignations by bonded members must be made in writing by May 22nd in order to be put on the waiting list for bond reimbursement.
WHAT HAPPENS TO DUES IF WE OPEN LATE
If the club opens late there will be a pro-rata refund or credit towards next year's dues, on request. We will do our best to reduce missed pool days by opening early for weekdays and extending the season a bit. A fair refund or credit will be based on the number of pool days missed, however the club will certainly appreciate it if members who can afford it do not request refunds. If the club does not open at all, there will be a full refund or credit of dues paid for this season, on request. If we are faced with not being able to open at all, we may ask our members to accept partial refunds so that we can remain viable.
INCENTIVE FOR BRINGING IN NEW MEMBERS
Please help the club to increase membership. You may have seen the flyer which promises new members a $25 discount, and no application fee or bond. The club is also offering an incentive to existing paid up members for bringing in a new member. When a new member you refer joins, you get a book of guest passes, and if the new member renews in 2021, you get a $50 discount on your 2021 dues.
The Teaneck Swim Club is located at 700 Pomander Walk in Teaneck.
The facilities of the Teaneck Swim Club include three pools (one general swimming pool and diving area, one lap pool and one kiddie pool) a basketball court, a volleyball court, two tennis courts, a pickleball court, locker rooms, snack bar, and free wireless Internet access.
Swimming lessons are provided for both groups and individuals. Training is provided for all swim levels. The Swim Club is an authorized provider for American Red Cross Swim Programs.
Membership is open to all persons residing in Teaneck. The Teaneck Swim Club membership consists of full time (bonded) family members and senior citizen family members (65 or older). For 2020 a special "No Bond, No Application Fee" Membership is now offered to New Members.
Renewals for Existing Members
Current members of the Teaneck Swim Club receive the renewal form in the mail, or they may obtain the renewal form for the current season at the Teaneck Swim Club, or they may download it here: Renewal Form (fillable pdf file).
Applications for New Members
Residents of Teaneck wishing to apply for membership in the Teaneck Swim Club are invited to write to the Teaneck Swim Club, P.O. Box 148, Teaneck, NJ 07666 requesting an application. Applications are also available at the Teaneck Swim Club or via download here: Application for New Membership (fillable pdf file). Completed applications are mailed to the address shown in the application with a check for the membership fees.
MEMBERSHIP FEE SCHEDULE (REVISED FOR 2020)
For Current bonded members
$600 annual dues per family
$511 annual dues per couple
$427 annual dues per single
For Current (non-bonded) senior citizen members
$611 annual dues per couple
$527 annual dues per single
Note: In 2020, for capital improvements to the club, a special one-time $100 bond balance deduction (for bonded members) or $100 capital assessment (for seniors) will be made.
For New Members
$700 annual dues per family
$611 annual dues per couple
$527 annual dues per single
Note: New Members in 2020 pay NO BOND OR APPLICTION FEE. NJ Sales Tax is already included in all dues listed above.
Each year thereafter, annual dues are charged and payable by March 25th. When a current full time member resigns their membership they will receive a refund of their $500 bond balance, when replaced by a new member, as per the By-Laws. Annual dues are established by the Board of Trustees.
FORMS AND PAYMENTS
Application for New Membership (fillable pdf file)
Renewal Form (fillable pdf file)
Click here to request an invoice to pay online via credit card
A credit card procesing charge (approx. 3%) will be included for all credit card payments.
*** Please note that renewal forms are required ***
Board of Trustees
President: Art Degenholtz
Vice President: Carl Hausman
Recording Secretary: TBA
Treasurer: Arthur Wein
Trustees: Lawrence Fishman, Susan Berger-Turk, Keith Kaplan, Karen Sacks, Cheryl Shiber, Barry Obut
Click to view the Annual Letter and 2020 budget
Click to view the TSC By-laws and Rules
Click here for the Swimming Safety and Competition Resources
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Club Contact Information
Please contact Mr. Al Taliaferro, Manager of the Teaneck Swim Club, at 201-836-1977 to arrange a visit to the club and for membership information and applications.
You may email us with questions regarding the club.
“I obviously credit the sport with giving me back my life, seeing my four children all get married, and now I swim with my ten grandchildren at the Teaneck Swim Club in the summer.”