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City adopts revised pool and spa code

Wednesday, July 29, 2020 by Tai Moses

After City Council voted on June 4 to adopt the 2018 International Swimming Pool and Spa Code, staffers began working to incorporate the revisions into the Building Criteria Manual so the code can be implemented on Sept. 1. The proposed changes to the code are available for review and feedback on the city’s SpeakUp platform, which includes a summary of the draft updates to the manual. “Proposed changes address application submittal, a requirement for third-party inspections of new residential pool construction, and appropriate treatment and handling of water discharge. The proposals also clarify the role of Registered Design Professionals and City Departments,” according to a news release from the Development Services Department. Stakeholders are asked to review the proposed updates and share any feedback by Aug. 3.

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