/Aquatic Health Program

Aquatic Health Program

Effective Monday, June 1:
All unannounced aquatic venue inspections will resume.

Any visits to the Southern Nevada Health District office are by appointment only. To obtain or renew a pool qualified operator card, please see the Certifications and Registration page for details on the process. Appointments must be scheduled for first time registrations. Late fees for operator cards will be waived until December 31. For your safety, the waiting area is limited to no more than five people at a time. At this time, anyone entering the office must wear a face covering.

All in-office meetings will be limited to one member of the public. All fees are due at the time of invoicing.

The Aquatic Health Program office is located at:

City of Las Vegas Development Services Center
333 N. Rancho Dr., Suite 450, Las Vegas, NV 89106

Messages may be left at (702) 759-0572 for appointments.

In order to ensure adequate time for processing, Environmental Health staff will no longer accept new applications after 4 p.m.

The Southern Nevada Health District Aquatic Health Program (AHP) is responsible for the permitting and regulatory oversight of Aquatic Venues (swimming pools, spas, etc.). The program conducts both Operational and Plan Review activities.

Operational inspections are routine, annual inspections conducted on Aquatic Venues currently in operation. Aquatic Venues subject to permitting include public pools, spas, and other structures.

Plan Review activities include the review and approval of plans and specifications submitted for new and remodeled Aquatic Venues, as well the review and approval of system/equipment alterations to existing venues.

Contact your inspector:
Environmental Health Inspector Directory

Phone: (702) 759-0572

Aquatic Health Program Offices are located at the City of Las Vegas Development Services Center


Updated on: May 27, 2020