Are there swimming pool laws or ordinances in Sacramento County and what are they regarding fences around residential pools and children?
Yes! State and Federal. Consult with your local Department of Health or your local IPSSA swimming pool organization. There are many chapters in your area.
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Answer . \nIt could be a public safety statute or just part of the applicable building code or life safety code.
Answer . You'll need to see if your county has a code concerning that. We have a pool, but live in the city and our city had a code that was more stringent than the state… code.. Keep in mind liability. If someone or something (pet) drowns in your pool and you don't have it secured you could face some serious financial problems.
Yes. Even the most lenient town regulatins will require a fence. Yes it is very much required to have residential fencing at swimming pools, for more info you can log on to …the Totalfenceinc website
Are there swimming pool laws or ordinances in Texas and what are they regarding fences around residential pools?
Yes. Contact your local state, county health dept for a more indepth answer
Several states have enacted removable pool fence laws. This law for all pools has reduced the number of drownings significantly. While no fence is unclimbable, the barrier bet…ween any water feature and a child is of significant importance to reduce the probability of a water related accident.
not that i know of but maybe in your comunity I do not know what kind of a logical answer the above is. Fence laws applyin every city, county, state It is a logical answer b…ecause there are Federal laws that are applied to PUBLIC pools, however, many states, cities, counties, do not have laws that apply to private pools. For example, Alabama complies with the Virginia Graeme Baker Pool and Spa Safety Act for all public pools, however, the Alabama Department of Public Health gives recommendations for what you should do with a private pool. It's a reasonable answer.
All municipalities have fencing codes!
Absolutely. Be prepared to pay out big bucks if someone gets hurt or drowns in your pool. You can not get city, county sign off without a fence unless the project is an illega…l one.
\nCheck with your homeowners insurance. The most important thing is child safety.\n. \n Answer \nIn December of 2007 the Virginia Graeme Baker Pool & Spa Safety Act was s…igned into law. This law provides grants to states that pass pool barrier guidelines among other safety issues. Since I have never seen a state that will turn down money, more than likely your state does have pool laws. Even if your state and local government does not have pool laws, your homeowners insurance will require a certain level of safety. For tips on pool safety please visit the links below.
Contact the City of Los Angeles Code Enforcement. They should have any/all up to date information pertaining to any laws/city codes that effect how a pool must be fenced.
Of course you do. Put a little thought into your question. Is it possible that a child or animal might accidently fall into your residential pool and drown? Then put up a f…ence to prevent that accident. Note that this answer does not refer to where your residence is. Perhaps it's in Ware County Georgia; perhaps it's not. Put up a fence.
That varies city by city. Some places require you to have a fence either around your yard, or around your pool, while others do not. Check with city ordinances.
As a home inspector, I'm not allowed to cite code. I do, however, advise people to check with, not only, their county but municipality as well. They may impose further regulat…ions. After that, check with your insurance carrier. This is most important. I live in Lugoff, within Kershaw County. Neither of which have any regulation regarding pool fencing. My insurance company, however, requires that the pool itself or the adjacent area be fenced. They were satisfied that the section of my yard containing the pool was enclosed with chain link fencing at a minimum of 48 inches in height.