The Water Recreation program oversees water recreational facilities such as pools and spas that are open to the public.
Environmental Health staff inspect water recreational facilities (pools and spas) at a minimum of once per year to promote proper quality and safe swimming environment. These efforts help reduce the risk of water borne illness, reduce unintentional injuries and reduce the risk of drowning.
Swimming pools, spas, lakes, rivers, or oceans are all potential sources of water recreation illness. Click here to learn more about recreational water illnesses and how to avoid them.