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Windsor issues Swimming Pool Maintenance Standards reminder
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Windsor issues Swimming Pool Maintenance Standards reminder
The City of Windsor is reminding property owners that Swimming Pool By-Law #160-2010 requires swimming pools to be in full operation no later than May 24th and remain in operation until September 1st to reduce mosquito breeding areas and the spread of West Nile virus.
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Windsor - May 20, 2019 - The City of Windsor is reminding property owners that Swimming Pool By-Law #160-2010 requires swimming pools to be in full operation no later than May 24th and remain in operation until September 1st to reduce mosquito breeding areas and the spread of West Nile virus. Additionally, property owners must ensure proper winter pool covers are installed after September 1st for pools no longer in use. Pool covers are to be free from accumulation, stagnant water, and treated with appropriate pool chemicals to mitigate mosquito breeding in the fall.

Pool owners are encouraged to review their pool enclosures/fences to ensure public safety and By-Law compliance. Anyone having concerns with safety of swimming pools should call 311.

Violation of the bylaw could result in an Order to Comply directing compliance with the By-Law along with an administrative inspection fee of $260.00 +HST.

Information on the Swimming Pool By-law can be found on the By-Laws On-line (Building By-Laws Link) page of the City’s website or by calling 311.



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