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Round Rock, TX 78664

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Swimming Pool Inspection


Effective Oct. 1, 2022, plan reviews for facilities with public and semi-public pools and spas within Williamson County and Cities Health District’s (WCCHD) jurisdiction will no longer be mandatory, and permitting will be discontinued.

The Williamson County Board of Health rescinded County Order No. 2019-011 Regarding the Regulation of Public Swimming Pools, Spas, Artificial Swimming Lagoons, and Interactive Water Features and Fountains on Sep. 14, 2022.

For pool owners seeking inspections for insurance purposes or otherwise, private companies can provide these services. WCCHD recommends searching online for a Certified Pool Inspector.

For members of the public concerned with structural, safety/drowning prevention, and operation issues of commercial pools, spas, artificial lagoons, and splash pads, WCCHD will refer to the appropriate local City Code Enforcement for investigation, remediation, regulation, and determining compliance of these aquatic facilities with Texas Law and Rules and City ordinances. For unincorporated areas, individuals may raise concerns with their precinct’s commissioner. See more at: Texas Department of State Health Services Public Swimming Pools and Spas.

RELATED INFORMATIONDSHS - Public Swimming Pools and Spas  - Updated Jan. 1, 2023

Texas Health and Safety Code Chapter 341
Texas Health and Safety Code Chapter 757
Texas Administrative Code Chapter 265