Updated as of June 2018
No private residential swimming pool shall be constructed or installed on any lot unless the lot contains a residence building. Pools shall be located in rear yard areas only, shall occupy no more than 75% of the rear yard area, and shall be located no closer than 15 feet to any lot line.
A private residential swimming pool area must be enclosed by a suitable fence with a self-latching gate at least four feet, but no more than six feet, in height.
No commercial swimming pool shall be constructed or installed unless approved by the Board as part of a site plan approval. Commercial swimming pools shall be classified into types in accordance with their particular use and shall meet the appropriate design standards as set forth by the National Swimming Pool Institute or the current edition of the Swimming Pool Code of New Jersey whichever is more stringent.
Commercial swimming pools mean and include all pools associated with other than detached single-family and two-family dwellings. Commercial swimming pools shall be further classified into types in accordance with their particular use and shall meet the appropriate design standards as set forth by the National Swimming Pool Institute.
A swimming pool that is not permanently installed, does not require water filtration, circulation and purification; does not exceed 24 in depth; does not exceed a water surface of 250 square feet; and does not require braces or supports. Portable swimming pools are not subject to this Chapter.
A swimming pool, other than a portable swimming pool, located on a lot principally used for a dwelling unit by one housekeeping unit, and including all buildings, structures, and equipment appurtenant thereto.