Updated as of June 2018
Commercial swimming pools shall mean and include all pools associated with permitted hotel and motel land uses. 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.
Portable pools shall not be subject to the requirement of this chapter and are those pools which are not otherwise permanently installed; do not require water filtration, circulation and purification; do not exceed a water surface of 100 square feet; and do not require braces or supports.
Includes artificially constructed pools, whether located above or below the ground, having a depth of more than 18 inches and/or a water surface of 100 square feet or more; designed and maintained for swimming and bathing purposes by an individual for use by members of the household and guests and which is located on a lot as an accessory use to a detached dwelling and shall include all buildings, structures, equipment and appurtenances thereto. Private residential 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.
Swimming pools, tennis courts and similar personal recreational facilities in residential zones. Except for portable swimming pools less than three feet in height and less than 10 feet in length or diameter, the following regulations shall apply to permanent and portable swimming pools, tennis courts and similar recreational facilities accessory to a residential use:
Said use shall comply with the minimum setback and yard requirements for principal structures.
Said use shall be appropriately screened and fenced so as not to adversely affect adjoining properties.
Said use shall meet all applicable codes and ordinances of the Township of South Harrison and any regulations of a county or state agency.
A pool or water surface shall not be counted as part of a lot’s maximum improvement coverage requirements.