These protocols were developed based on referrals to the guidance of the Centers for Disease Control (CDC} and the Westchester County Department of Health (DOH), which has direct governance over ASTC. They are subject to revision at any time. We ask for your patience and cooperation with all members, staffs and guests, and look forward to a great 2021 Summer Season!

  • STAY HOME if:
    • You are feeling sick
    • You are on an isolation or quarantine list because you have either tested positive for Covid-19, or were exposed to someone who tested positive for Covid-19
    • You have taken a Covid-19 test and are awaiting the results
  • Hand sanitizing stations will be available throughout the club and at the tennis courts
  • ASTC encourages all members, staff and guests to wash their hands frequently and cover coughs and sneezes
  • ASTC is an outdoor facility and in accordance with the CDC relaxed mask guidelines in New York, our members are permitted to choose what makes you comfortable at the Club. If you are fully vaccinated and you choose not to wear a mask, or you chose to keep it on, that is your choice.
  • If you are unvaccinated, ASTC recommends wearing a mask when in larger congregated groups on the grounds such as the entrance/exit or when ordering food from the Poolside Cafe.
  • Whether you are fully vaccinated or not vaccinated:
    • Masks cannot be worn in the pool
    • Masks should not be placed on children younger than 2 or on anyone who has trouble breathing, is unconscious, incapacitated or otherwise unable to remove the mask without assistance
  • All members, regardless of age, must present their ID for entry to the club
  • All guests must provide their name and a contact number for contact tracing purposes should the Department of Health require same
  • No congregating groups on the pool steps or ladders
  • Two individuals per time in sauna
  • The kiddie pool will be limited to one accompanying adult per child
  • Moving of tables or umbrellas is not permitted; tables will be spaced at appropriate distances
  • Parents and chaperones of children (not lifeguards and staff) are responsible for ensuring their children appropriately social distance and respect the safety of others