TERMS & POLICIES
Facility Rules & Regulations
PLAY is designed for children under eight (8) years of age. We reserve the right to refuse entry to any child(ren) older than the specified audience for which our space is designed.
No shoes are allowed inside the PLAY playground areas or classrooms. It is mandatory that socks be worn at all times. Socks will be available at the front desk for purchase, if needed.
Indoor playground use and member-exclusive activities are reserved for PLAY members and pass holders.
PLAY acknowledges that cell phone use is required for emergencies, however, we request that ringers be turned to silent or vibrate mode when inside the PLAY facility especially when classes are in session. We discourage the use of phones during classes to avoid distracting others.
PLAY requests that all visitors (members, class participants, authorized caregivers and guests) treat the facility, including but not limited to common areas such, equipment, toys and others, with the utmost respect and clean up after themselves in order to maintain a clean & safe environment for everyone.
PLAY is not liable for lost or stolen property while using the PLAY facilities. PLAY has the right to dismiss any participant who violates the rules of the facility. There will be no refund provided should such cases occur.
The class participant parent/guardian agrees that he/she or authorized caregiver shall remain on the PLAY premises to directly supervise their children and be responsible for their safety at all times in the common hallway, lounge, play area, classrooms and restroom facilities, unless otherwise agreed to by PLAY management. The class participant parent/guardian agrees to assume all risks should they or the authorized caregiver leave the premises.
It is the sole responsibility of the primary parent or guardian to update relevant contact information in our system. This includes names of approved caregivers, phone numbers, mailing address and email address. Remember that this information is crucial in order that we may reach you in case of emergency. PLAY Greenpoint may communicate via email provided regarding: programs, services, announcements and accounts. PLAY does not sell or share lists with customer information.
PLAY hours are subject to change without prior notice. In the event a portion of the Play Space is closed, customers will not be entitled to a refund of any amounts with respect to such closed portion(s).
A maximum of two (2) accompanying adults/guardians or authorized caregivers are permitted entry to the Play Space free of charge. Any additional adult must pay a fee of $5.00 per adult for entry into the Play Space or surrounding areas.
Any individual desiring entrance and participation in PLAY activities, including parents, guardians or other individuals must agree to our terms and conditions and sign a waiver in order to gain entry.
PLAY accepts Visa/Mastercard, American Express, Discover, PayPal, Venmo and Cash. No personal checks are accepted.
Safety & Illness
All parents/guardians, authorized caregivers, participants or other individuals must check-in at the reception desk every time they enter the facility. PLAY reserves the right to cap the number of children and people in any given area inside the PLAY facility at any given time to ensure the safety and enjoyment of all. PLAY reserves the right to refuse entry to any sick child to prevent contamination. PLAY reserves the right to send him or her home with their appropriate guardian.
A parent/guardian will make every effort to not bring an ill child to PLAY or one that, to the best of their knowledge, has been exposed to any contagious disease. PLAY reserves the right to refuse admission and/or use its sole discretion to send a child home if ill or puts other children at risk.
PLAY strictly prohibits any small toys, jewelry or choking hazards to be brought into common areas including Play Space, classrooms or lounge area that puts other children at risk. Items such as blankets, stuffed animals, pacifiers or other “comfort” items are welcome. Members and authorized caregivers are responsible at all times to help maintain a safe environment for others.
In the event of an emergency, PLAY personnel will use their best judgment and efforts to contact the member, emergency contact number on file or authorized caregiver. PLAY Greenpoint Corp. is released of all liability from calling emergency medical care, should PLAY Greenpoint Corp. personnel be unable to reach the member or authorized caregiver within a reasonable amount of time. The class participant acknowledges that PLAY Greenpoint Corp. does not have a medical staff on the premises and cannot provide emergency or other needed treatment.
We do not tolerate bullying, fighting and/or rough/horseplay. We reserve the right to refuse admittance to any guests disrespectful of others and/or involved in such activities and remove them from the facility without a refund.
Food & Allergy Awareness
- PLAY restricts any outside food to be brought into the facility except baby food and allergy-sensitive food. No food (including gum and candy) or beverage is allowed inside the play area or classrooms with the exception of Summer Camp, One Day Camp, and Daily After School Program.
PLAY is a nut-free facility and requests that all members, their children, caregivers and guests be forewarned that no foods containing nuts, nut ingredients or derivatives, be brought onto the premises. PLAY discourages other members or caregivers from voluntarily feeding other children (without permission and consent of that child’s parent or caregiver) while on the PLAY premises. There may be allergies or foods unsuitable for that child that only the parent or caregiver is aware of.
Photography (Photo Release)
- PLAY Greenpoint Corp. reserves the right to use photos of PLAY members and children for the sole purpose of promoting PLAY. Names are never used. In the event a name will be used with a photograph, PLAY will contact you and ask for permission before releasing a photograph with a name. Other individuals will be able to access, and could obtain copies of, these photographs. If you do not wish your child’s images at camp to be included in photographs, please let us know. If you see any images in the future that you would like us to remove, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Waiver of Claims
- To the fullest extent allowed under the law, PLAY member, parent/guardian agrees that PLAY Greenpoint Corp. is not subject to any claim, loss, demand or damages whatsoever, including, without limitation, those damages resulting from acts of active or passive negligence on the part of PLAY Greenpoint Corp., its officers, agents, employees or owners. The parent/guardian further agrees that PLAY Greenpoint Corp. is not liable for any injuries, illnesses, medical conditions, expenses, judgments or damages to anyone on the PLAY Greenpoint Corp. premises, or their property and does hereby expressly forever release and discharge PLAY Greenpoint Corp., its officers, employees, agents, successors and owners from all such claims, demands, injuries, damages, actions or causes of action. This includes attorneys’ fees and court costs resulting from exposure of the class participant to any illness or disease while in the PLAY Greenpoint Corp. facility or any illness or injury resulting there from. This includes injuries resulting in, but not limited to, sprained or broken limbs, bruising, cuts, burns, abrasions, falling, including risk from the actions of others.
Attendance and Make-up Classes
PLAY allows a maximum of 2 make-up classes during the current semester. Unscheduled absences do NOT qualify for make-ups. Please note that all make-up classes must be taken during the current semester and no make-up classes will transfer to the following semester. Only absences of which PLAY is notified in advance (24 hours) qualify for make-ups. Make-up classes are subject to availability. No refunds will be given for missed or unused make-up classes.
General Class Information
Are at least 3 years of age • Potty trained • Comfortable with separation • Have signed the drop-off waiver • Caregivers remain on premises during the entire duration of the class
MEMBERSHIP & CLASS POLICIES
Why should I list my property for a Flat Fee?
The RMLS is an online database used by Portland Area brokers to buy and sell homes. It is one of the most important tools at a broker’s disposal to find a property for their buyer, or list one for their seller. When using a real estate agent to list your property, you can typically expect to pay around 3% for their services, including listing the property in the RMLS system. If you would rather handle the sale yourself, but want the exposure of the RMLS database, listing for a flat fee has a substantial cost benefit as seen below:
$300,000 Property sold by listing agent –> 3% Commission paid to listing agent = $9,000
$300,000 Property sold with a Flat Fee RMLS listing –>Flat Fee listing = $200
As you can see in the scenario above, the seller would save $8,800 over a standard listing using a broker.
Will my property sell on the RMLS?
The RMLS is not a guarantee. It is only another means to market your property to brokers all over Oregon. Think of it as a newspaper ad, but one that will be read by thousands of brokers. The success of your listing depends solely on the specifics of the property, and the current market conditions. Some properties have an accepted offer in 2 days, some stay active for 6 months. The most important factor is the attractiveness of your property to other buyers and brokers.
Are you my broker?
Yes, but only for the very limited purpose of listing your property to the RMLS. All offers should be made directly to you, and I am unable to assist in paperwork or legal advice. You are responsible for all sales transactions. More details about the scope of our services are set forth in the listing contract.
Do I need to notify you when I accept an offer?
You must notify us within 48 hours of any status change in the property. I.E. an accepted offer, taking the property off the market, etc. It is important that we maintain the accuracy of the RMLS in changing the status to pending or sold within 48 hours of the change.
Do I need to offer a commission to buying agents?
The RMLS is a service designed for brokers. If you intend to list your property on RMLS, you should be prepared to offer a buying agent a commission for their work. The idea behind a Flat Fee listing is to attract brokers to your property, and they should be compensated as if a realtor listed the property.
How long will my listing stay on the RMLS?
We will maintain your listing on the RMLS for one year, or until it sells. Should you wish to remove your listing for any reason, that will end the listing relationship. If you need to temporarily withdraw the listing and intend to relist later, please contact us to discuss the options.
How do I make changes to the listing once it is active?
Simply Email us the requested changes, and we will make them to the listing as quickly as possible. You will receive a confirmation Email when the changes have been made.
Do you offer bulk listing discounts?
If you have multiple properties to list at one time, please contact us in advance to discuss rates and terms.
Can you help me with the completion of forms during the sale process?
While we are happy to provide you with any requested forms, we are not able to assist in their completion or offer any legal advice. If you have any questions about legal issues, you should consult an attorney with Real Estate experience.
Can I include photos with my listing?
Absolutely! You may include up to 32 photos, which will be shown with your listing on the RMLS. There is a maximum resolution of 1920 x 1440.
Can I list bare land or a Multifamily property with you?
Absolutely! We're happy to list lots/land as well as MultiFamily properties. Please contact us directly when listing these types of properties, as a specialized form is required.