Public Pools, Spas, & Interactive Water Features

Tri-County Health Department (TCHD) will be dissolving at the end of the year on December 31, 2022 into three independent public health departments serving Adams, Arapahoe, and Douglas Counties. For the calendar year 2022, TCHD will not be conducting routine pool inspections or collecting pool inspection fees.

Adams County Residents:  On January 1, 2023 the Adams County Health Department will begin providing all public health services including all Environmental Health services.  Please visit Adams County Health Department for more information. 

 

Arapahoe County Residents:  On January 1, 2023 Arapahoe County Public Health will begin providing all public health services including all Environmental Health services.  Please visit Arapahoe County Public Health for more information. 

 

Douglas County Residents:  Beginning September 1, 2022, the Douglas County Health Department assumed responsibility for all Environmental Health services in Douglas County. On January 1, 2023 the Douglas County Health Department will begin providing all public health services.   Please contact 720 643-2400 or visit Douglas County Health Department for more information. 


Water has been recognized for centuries as an area for recreation and enjoyment, but also where users of that water can be exposed to disease. Proper maintenance can help prevent gastrointestinal and respiratory diseases that may be spread due to improperly maintained pool water. 

Group of Children Sitting on the Edge of a Pool with Their Feet in the Water