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The minimum and maximum pool chemistry requirements are located on page 24 of the Swimming Pool Regulations.
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If you find an unsanitary condition existing at a public pool or spa, contact your local Tri-County Environmental Health office.
If you are designing a public pool or spa you will need to complete and submit a plan review packet, along with applicable fees to your local Tri-County Environmental Health office. When designing a public pool or spa, you will need to be familiar with the Regulations for Swimming Pools and Spas. For all other questions please call one of our Tri-County Environmental Health offices and ask to speak with the Pool and Spa Plan Review Specialist. Click here for:
Pool Regulations & Plan Review Packet
Private pools and spas are exempt from the state regulations. As such, you are not required to submit to the health department a plan review or any fees for the design and construction of private pools and spas. Although exempt from regulation, Tri-County Health strongly suggests that the designers of private pools and spas follow the regulations and the plan review requirements governing public pools and spas: http://co-tricountyhealth2.civicplus.com/727/Pools-Spas-Water-Features