Woodland Hills Swim Club, Inc. (WHSC) was established in 1973 for the purpose of providing recreation facilities for the residents of Woodland Hills; for the purpose of encouraging and promoting the sport of swimming and related activities. The WHSC is not a part of the Woodland Hills Neighborhood Association. Membership is limited to 25 families due to insurance limitations. Current members have priority to renew their membership each year and any vacancies are filled from a waiting list first and then on a first come first served basis. You can read more about the pool and find a membership application here.
Season: Mid-May through September, weather permitting.
Membership Fees for 2018 Season: $300 per household
Limited Lifeguard on duty this year.
The pool is available for rental for private parties by Swim Club members.
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Many Woodland Hills residents are pet lovers. Keep in mind that loose animals are a violation of the City Code and pose a potential hazard to individuals walking the neighborhood streets. Please be a good neighbor and keep your pet on a leash.
Woodland Hills Journal
The Woodland Hills Journal is a neighborhood newsletter published periodically for residents of Woodland Hills. Please send us your contact information to firstname.lastname@example.org,
to make sure your address is updated and you can received the newsletter.
Garbage, Recycling and Trash Pickup Schedule
The City of Tuscaloosa picks up household garbage, recycling bins, and curbside trash/debris on Wednesdays of each week. In the event of a Monday holiday, pickup of all items occurs on Thursday rather than Wednesday. Garbage carts, recycling bins, and trash/debris should be placed at the curb before 6:00 AM to ensure that they are picked up.
The Woodland Hills Neighborhood Association encourages all residents to participate in curbside recycling. Please call the City’s 311 phone number to receive a recycling bin and start recycling.
For questions or complaints about garbage, recycling and trash pick-up, call the City of Tuscaloosa’s Environmental Services at 349-0264 or just call 311.
Woodland Hills has an active Neighborhood Watch network supported by the Tuscaloosa Police Department. The “Watch” has been successful in reducing burglaries and other crimes of mischief in the neighborhood. We watch after each other for the benefit of all.