An annual operating permit is required for all public/semi-public swimming pools, including pools and spas at:
- Home associations
- Health clubs
- City pools
New pools, regardless of their location, must get a building permit and follow all applicable pool/spa specifications before an operating permit is issued.
- Application: The Pool/Spa permit application is now available online through ePlace. After creating your online account with ePlace, you will be able to apply, renew, and pay fees when it's convenient for you.
- After your application is processed, you will receive an invoice via email and through ePlace where you can pay online.
- Permit Issuance: After payment has been received, your permit will be emailed to you as well as uploaded to your ePlace account.
Pool permit renewals and payment are due by Dec. 31 annually through your online ePlace account. If you did not receive a renewal letter/notification, please contact 913-895-6270.
To renew online you must have an ePlace account. (see instructions). If you do not see your permit after logging into ePlace, contact 913-895-6270 so staff can ensure that your correct account is linked to the appropriate permit.
If a contact needs to be updated, you may do so after logging in to ePlace. An emergency contact (this could be the same person as the applicant) is required for each permit.
Community Services fees are not refundable.
Over-payment of fees: No refunds will be processed unless the amount received is more than $10 over the amount.