Pools

Mission


Minimize illnesses and injuries associated with contaminated or hazardous conditions in or around swimming pools.



Contact Environmental Health

Frequently Asked Questions

For complaints (Covid-19 included), record requests, services, inspections, exams, or other locally-related questions, contact your County Environmental Health Office:
Download this pdf file. Download pdf with county numbers and staff names  or view numbers as webpage.


COVID Hotline: (844) 442-2681


After Hours Public Health Emergencies

1-866-PUB-HLTH (782-4584)


Download this pdf file. Non-Public Health Environmental Related Contacts Brochure


COVID-19 Guidance for Pools, Download this pdf file. Water Parks Download this pdf file. Restaurants, Download this pdf file. Tourist Accommodations , and Download this pdf file. Body Art Studios .


State Office:

404-657-6534  
NOTE: We are unable to address restaurant questions/complaints and we are unable to provide local records or administer exams; please contact your County Env Health Office)

UPDATE: Download this pdf file. COVID-19 Guidance for Pools and Download this pdf file. Water Parks


Download this pdf file. Rules and Regulations (511-3-5)  * 

    Download this pdf file. Brochure - summarizing changes


* There is a 4-month implementation period for new pool construction and remodeling activities. Enforcement begins May 31, 2017. Owners/operators of existing pools will be given a reasonable period of time to comply with applicable changes in the amended rules.


Download this pdf file. Map of Counties With/Without State Regulations  


Pool Owner/Operator Resources:


Additional Resources


Program Goals


  • Reduce substantial health hazards and other risk factors that lead to illness or injury through training and enforcement.
  • Conduct complaint investigations associated with swimming pools, spas, and recreational waterparks.
  • Perform compliance inspections of all regulated facilities to ensure adherence to design, operation and maintenance rules.