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Operations – Aquatic Facility

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.

For the 2020 pool season, cyanuric acid levels must be maintained to remain open, and lifeguard plans must be reviewed and approved for facilities requiring lifeguards, in accordance with the SNHD Aquatic Facility Regulations.

The Southern Nevada Health District is responsible for supervising the sanitation and safety of all permitted aquatic facilities. The Aquatic Health Program Operational inspectors conduct routine inspection activities at permitted aquatic venues, as well as investigate complaints, and respond to notifications of drowning and diving accidents at aquatic facilities.

  • Imminent Health Hazards
    Violations observed indicating that a product, practice, circumstance, or event creates a situation that requires immediate correction or closure to prevent injury or illness are considered Imminent Health Hazards.
  • Retiring an Aquatic Venue
  • Required Signage for Aquatic Facilities
    This information is intended to provide guidance for staff, facility managers, and owners who have problem pools or pools that they no longer wish to maintain. Check with your local jurisdiction building department for further guidance.

Phone: (702) 759-0572

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

 

Updated on: May 27, 2020

2020-05-27T15:27:39-07:00