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Public Swimming Places

What We Do

bullet Inspect public swimming pools, spas, waterslides, lakes and lagoons for possible health/safety hazards

bullet Investigate complaints of health or safety hazards

bullet Train pool owners, managers and maintenance staff

bullet Review plans and inspect construction of commercial pools, spas, waterslides and lagoons

Public Pool and Spa Safety Act

Pool Code 2015

Is your pool service person certified?

The National Swimming Pool Foundation sponsors the Certified Pool Operators course. This is a great opportunity for you or your pool operator to get a comprehensive education on how to maintain a commercial swimming pool so it safe and healthy!

Information is available at the National Swimming Pool Foundation (NSPF) or look for scheduled classes listed by state at NSPF California CPO® Certification Course Schedule.

Public Swimming Places Documents

Chlorine and pH fact Sheet

Cryptosporidium – English and Español

Daily Swimming Pool Maintenance Report

Enclosure of Pool Area

Guidelines for Use of Pool Covers on Public Pools

Incident Report – Fecal, Vomit, Blood Contamination, and Near-Drowning or Drowning

Operational Guide 2015

Pool Chemical Safety

Pool Contractor Licensing

Pool Decks

Required Signs for Pools

Required Signs for Spas

Swimming Pool and Spa Safety in the Event of a Power Outage

Swimming Pool Safety

Vacuum Gauge

Archived Pool of Knowledge Newsletter

Public Swimming Places FAQs

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Customer Service Survey
Website Satisfaction Survey

Records Request Form

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