Updated as of June 2018
Any structure intended for swimming, recreational bathing or wading that contains water over 24 inches deep, including in-ground, aboveground and on-ground pools; hot tubs; spas and fixed-in-place wading pools.
Residential swimming and wading pools. Swimming and wading pools defined as “regulated pools” in § 190-3 and which are accessory to a residential dwelling shall be subject to the following requirements:
[Added 4-12-2017 by Ord. No. 3591]
Such pools, including any decking or patio adjacent to the pool, shall be prohibited in the front yard, and shall be located from the front lot line a distance not less than the minimum front yard depth, whichever is more restrictive.
Such pools, including any decking or patio adjacent to the pool, shall be set back from the side and rear lot lines a distance not less than 10 feet. The foregoing requirement shall not apply to portable-type wading pools.
Fence enclosures for such pools shall comply with the applicable requirements in § 190-124F and in Chapter 251, Swimming Pools. In case of conflict between the enclosure provisions of Chapter 251 and the requirements of § 190-124F, the provisions of Chapter 251 shall apply.
Editor’s Note: Former Ch. 251, Swimming Pools, was repealed 4-12-2017 by Ord. No. 3591.