Licensing and Inspections of Swimming Pools PDF Print E-mail
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Environmental Health Program
Isle of Wight Center
Phone: 410-641-9559
Hours: 8 am to 4:30 pm

altThe Environmental Health Program licenses and inspects public and semi-public swimming pools and spas in Worcester County.  For forms or questions related to operating or constructing a pool, please contact our Office.

 



Who can use this service?


In Worcester County, most swimming pools, including wading pools and spas, which are open to the public, must be licensed by our Environmental Health Office prior to operating.

 

Helpful Links:

COMAR Pool and Spa Regulations
DHMH - Division of Community Services
DHMH - Division of Community Services Pool/Spa Construction Application
DHMH-Division of Community Services ADA Affidavit
Town of Ocean City
Worcester County Development Review and Permitting
CDC Swimming Pools & Spas
CDC Fecal Accident Response


Pool/Spa Forms

Pre-opening Guide - Recreational
Pre-opening Guide - Semi-Public
Semi-Public Pool Operating Record
Recreational Pool Operating Record
Spa Operating Record
Pool and Spa Entrapment Hazard Checklist
Pool Data Sheet
Compliance Request Application
Pool and Spa Injury and Illness Form
Operating Record Sheet for Fecal Accident Clean Up
ADA Affidavit for Maryland Pools and Spas
Statement of Workers Compensation Insurance

Pool/Spa Permit Applications

Semi-Public Pool Operating Permit Aplication
Semi-Public Spa Operating Permit Application
Semi-Public Wading Pool Operating Permit Application
Recreational Pool Operating Permit Application
Public Spa Operating Permit Application
Recreational Wading Pool Permit Application
Pool - Spa Operator Certification Card Application




This service is provided by the Environmental Health Program.

Last Updated on Thursday, 02 October 2014 15:52
 
 

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