Posted on 10-26-2017

Update – Activity Pass Renewal

If you missed the deadline, don’t throw away your pass. You can reactivate the pass by bringing your proof of residency documentation to the GVCA office. If you do throw away your pass, a replacement pass is $5.

What do you need to do?

If your name is on your GVCA semi-annual bill, you do not need to do anything.  You are an Owner and we have already verified your name against the Summit County Website.

If you live in Williamsburg or are a renter, you do not need to do anything. We have already verified with the Williamsburg office or your landlord that you are a resident of Greenwood.

If you are a resident who is not an owner or renter, you need to take action to reactivate your pass. Please show proof of residency to the GVCA office during normal business hours at least a day before you plan to use the pool.

The most common document used is a Driver’s License. A school record or correspondence showing the student’s name and Greenwood address is often used for those under driving age. At the GVCA office and on the website is the GVCA list of over 25 approved “Proof of Residency Documents”.

Check the GVCA office hours to find the time that works best to stop in with your documentation. We look forward to helping you renew your pass so you may continue to use Greenwood’s facilities.

If you are a new owner please click here to learn more.

To ensure only actual residents of Greenwood have access to the facilities, the GVCA Board passed a motion in August, which they refined and finalized in September, requiring the residency of all holders of GVCA Activity Passes be verified. Once verified, their activity pass will be renewed and continue to work. However, activity passes of those not verified by October 31 were deactivated November 1st.

The GVCA Office originally verified over 60% of activity passes, verifying they are held by either an owner listed on the Summit County website, or by a renter named on a list from the Williamsburg Office. An additional 8% were verified by residents coming to the office before the end of October. As of November 1, about 32% of activity passes were deactivated, and need verification to be reactivated.