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Swimming Pool Maintenance
There is nothing like coming home on a hot summer day and diving into cool water, or just sitting with a cold drink and soaking tired feet. It's a place that will occupy the kids for hours. Yes, swimming pools are a lot of fun, but they are a lot of work to keep clean and safe.

  • Swimming pools are regulated when the pool holds a minimum depth of twenty-four (24) inches of water. This definition would include in-ground and above-ground pools, hot tubs, and spas. 
  • Homeowners are required to properly maintain the pool, making sure the water is clear and not allowed to stagnate. The water is clear enough when the bottom of the pool in the deepest end is clearly visible by an adult standing on the pool deck.
  • The pool is required to be protected by a fence or barrier at least forty-eight (48) inches high. Gates and doors in the fence or barrier shall be self-closing and self-latching, with the latch on the inside of the fence or barrier.
For a complete reading of the ordinance go to Municode, Article 1 Section 84-14.

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