This permit is required annually for the operation of all public and semi-public swimming facilities, including pools and spas at
Before community services issues a permit, inspectors check:
The City keeps records on all pool/spa facilities and are available upon request.
A building permit is required for all new residential swimming pools that are 24 inches or greater in depth or have a filter system, heater or electrical lighting.
A complete set of plans must be submitted for the building permit. This includes a plot plan with
Permit fees are based on the valuation of the project.
Projects valued less than $5,000 – Permits for these projects are $30.
Projects valued between $5,000 and $19,000 – Permits for these projects are $50.
Projects valued more than than $19,001 – Permit fees for work valued over $19,000 are calculated using the valuation multiplied by .0050 rounded to the nearest dollar.
Submit the pool/spa building permit application and fees in-person to the Planning and Development Services Department on the second floor of City Hall at 8500 Santa Fe Drive.