Swimming Pool & Spa Monitoring
All public pools and spas in Summit County are sampled and tested by Environmental Health.
Our Environmental Health scientists inspect public pools on an annual basis, or when a complaint is received.
Pool operators are responsible for taking samples on a monthly basis while pools are open. Seasonal pools are not required to sample when they are closed. Public pools are pools that charge admission (city, county, or school operated) or are offered for public use, such as pools operated by hotels, motels and apartment or condo complexes.
To file a complaint or for questions or concerns regarding the testing of public pools and spas please call 435-336-3234.
Utah Health Code requires water resistant swim diapers and waterproof swimwear to be worn by any child under three years old or any child who is not toilet trained.
- Swim diapers and liners help to prevent the spread of harmful bacteria and parasites.
- If children are spotted without appropriate diapers and liners, they will be removed from the pool until correct swimwear is worn.
- Please report any children not wearing swim diapers to a lifeguard.
- Do not change diapers on the pool deck. Please wash your hands after changing diapers.
- All children and adults must shower prior to entering the pool.
Environmental Health Division, Summit County Health Department
650 Round Valley Drive, Park City, Utah 84060