Updated as of June 2018
A pool which by the nature of its construction attaches to and becomes part of the reality upon which it is constructed, regardless of whether it is below ground, partially above the ground surface or completely above the ground surface. All artificial bodies of water will fall within this classification if their construction normally requires excavation, except for exemptions for ornamental pools as noted in Article V.
A pool which by the nature of its construction is erected above ground level and is reasonably capable of being dismantled on a seasonal basis. A pool capable of being filled to a depth of more than 36 inches at the deepest or lowest point is within the classification of permanent swimming pool.
Private residential swimming pools shall mean and include artificially constructed pools, whether located above or below the ground, having depth of more than two feet and/or a water surface of 40 square feet, designed and maintained for swimming and bathing purposes by an individual for use, and shall include all accessory buildings, structures and equipment.
Public or private club swimming pools shall mean and include either outdoor or indoor pools which are artificially constructed to provide recreational facilities for swimming, bathing or wading.