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This Program visits approximately 7,600 pools, spas, wading pools, and spray grounds to ensure safety, proper sanitation, and compliance with pool code requirements.

Pool Maintenance Girl
Pool maintenance Kit

    Pool Spa Quick Links

    Pool Spa Guidance

    Self-Inspection Checklist: English | Spanish

    Pool Enclosure: English | Spanish

    Water Preservation for Public Pools: English | Spanish

    Fecal Accidents in Pools: English Spanish

    Pool Cover Guidelines

    Drowning Prevention Tips: English | Spanish

    Pool Chemistry Maintenance

    Disinfection of Pools/Spas due to LegionellaEnglish | Spanish

    Legionella Sampling Guidelines: English | Spanish 

    How to Prevent Legionnaires’ Disease in a Pool, Spa, or Water Feature: English | Spanish

    Swimming Pools Impacted by Smoke and Ash: English | Spanish

    Swimming Pool Operator’s Monthly Report


    Pools Spas Water Features

    In this program, Registered Environmental Health Specialists conduct routine, unannounced inspections and complaint investigations at Riverside County’s public pools, spas, wading pools, and spray grounds to verify compliance with pool code requirements and Riverside County Ordinances.   Checkout our Self-Inspection Checklist (for Spanish version click here) to know what the Environmental Health Specialists will be looking for during their visits.

    Complaint investigation responses range from reports of swimmer’s rash to broken gates to Legionella infection.  You can submit a complaint by either calling one of our area offices or submitting the information online.