NEW PROVIDENCE RESIDENTS
New Providence Residents’ members pay an upfront ‘Capital Contribution’ and then a reduced annual membership rate over the life of their membership.
Capital Contribution payment options:
Single payment = $625
Two annual payments = $344 each
Three annual payments = $240 each
New Providence Residents Annual Membership Fees:
* Special early-bird discount rate if payment received by April 10
Regular rate if payment received after April 10
Family Membership= *$641/$754
Adult couple and their unmarried children under 22
Two-person Household Membership = *$456/$536
Two adults residing together, or one adult and their unmarried child under 22 years
Single Membership = *$324/$381
Individual 8th grade graduate and/or 14 years or older
Extra Person Residing with the Family = *$324/$381
Any additional person residing in the household; no capital contribution required. Proof of residence required.
Senior Citizen Membership = *$124/$146
62 years and older. No Capital Contribution required. Proof of age required.
Nanny Membership = *$276/$325
Add-on to appropriate membership above. Nanny accompanies children on weekdays. Not valid for use on weekends.
You are welcome to invite guests to accompany you to enjoy The Pool.
Any ‘local’ guest who lives in New Providence or the adjoining towns of Berkeley Heights, Chatham Township or Summit is limited to a total of 3 visits each season, regardless of which NPCP Member brings them to The Pool.
There is no visit limit for your 'non-local’ guests.
Guest passes are only valid for the current season.
However, due to COVID-19, any unused guest passes purchased in 2021 or 2020 will also valid for use in 2022.
Purchase guest passes at the door:
Weekdays: $18. Free entry for children under 3 years of age.
Weekends and Public Holidays: $20.
After 5:00pm any day: $10.
Each guest is required to register at the pool entrance at every visit, show photo identification and sign a guest waiver.
For guests under 18 years of age: the guest waiver must be signed by their legal guardian and a responsible adult is required to complete their registration at the pool entrance and accompany them. The guest policy is for the safety and security of our members and guests and applies to guests of all ages.e no Birthday Parties
Any NPCP Members found to be intentionally misrepresenting their membership will not be tolerated and risk having their Membership revoked and not refunded. As NPCP is a private, not-for-profit organization, run by members, for members, we rely on the integrity of our Members to ensure everyone contributes fairly to enjoy the benefits of their pool membership and ensure the continued financial viability of the The Pool.
Paying your Capital Contribution & Annual Membership Fees
STEP 1: Payment is made online using CommunityPass electronic payment tool. NPCP specifically uses the New Providence CommunityPass site. Please note: If you already have a CommunityPass account from another organization or community (eg Berkeley Heights CommunityPass), please use your existing CommunityPass username and password to also log into New Providence CommunityPass; you will not need to create another CommunityPass account.
You MUST merge all your CommunityPass accounts (New Providence account and account from other towns) if the password and usernames are different. Make sure you know the username and password to all your accounts prior to starting the merging process. If you are unsure of your user information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Login with the username that you want to keep (from any town account), go to “Update Account” and then click “Family merge” on the left. Follow instructions to merge. Please make sure that you choose “New Providence CommunityPass”
If you have never used CommunityPass before, select ‘Create an Account’. For returning NPCP members, remember to use your previous season’s New Providence CommunityPass account– do not create a duplicate new account. For general questions contact email@example.com. For technical questions contact firstname.lastname@example.org if 1) you are not sure you have more than one account, or 2) you have never paid online for previous years’ membership, but wish to do so this year, as our administrative staff may have created an online CommunityPass account for you already.
STEP 2: Select “Capital Contribution – All Seasons” to make the required capital contribution payment. Only one person in the family needs to register online for this capital contribution and to make the payment/s. If your capital contribution/s are fully paid you can skip this step.
STEP 3: Select the appropriate membership category under “Community Pool – YYYY”. Make sure all members of your family are associated with a pool membership category, otherwise they will not be registered as pool members.
STEP 4: Review your membership category on the last page, prior to payment.
If you are unable to register and pay online, complete these membership forms Capital Contribution Form , New Providence Resident's Registration Form, pay by check or credit card at the NPCP office or mail into ‘New Providence Community Pool and Recreation, Inc., P.O. Box 744, New Providence, NJ 07974’. The NPCP administrators will create a New Providence CommunityPass account on your behalf (or use the existing one from prior years). Remember to include your address and email details on the back of the check/form so your CommunityPass account information, receipt, and notifications can be sent to your email. To take advantage of the early payment membership discount rates, payment must be received or postmarked within the appropriate discount rate time frame in order for that discount to apply. If not, the membership will need to be withdrawn and re-registered for payment at the appropriate current rate.
All transactions are final and refunds will not be issued. If there is a medical condition that prohibits a member from using the pool, a doctor's note must be presented to The NPCP Board of Trustees for review. If the request is approved the refund will be made by check only, regardless of original payment method and will be subjected to a processing fee.