To prevent the spread of coronavirus in our community, Johnson County Government has ordered residents to stay at home except for essential needs, beginning Tuesday, March 24 for 30 days.
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.