- All aquatic operator classes are canceled through the end of March. Please call 816-595-4350 to reschedule.
- Payments: To make a credit card payment over the phone, call 816-595-4350 and leave a message. You may also submit payment through mail, as it will be collected daily.
- To drop off paperwork at the health center for a food permit, onsite sewage permit, accessory permit, lot split application, or an aquatic venue permit: there is a box located in the corner of the Environmental Health waiting room. This is not a secured box, please do not leave any form of money. If you would like to submit paperwork electronically, call 816-595-4350 and guidance will be given.
- Complaints or concerns: Submit here or call 816-595-4350 and leave a message.
Environmental Health Protection permits and inspects all swimming pools and spas that are not residential. Typically, these are pools located at hotels, municipalities and community centers, subdivision home associations, hospitals, camps and mobile home parks. Complaints concerning these facilities are also investigated by environmental health specialists.
- Swimming Pool and Spa Rules and Regulations
- Aquatic Operator Class Schedule & Info - Jan-April 2020.pdf
- Fecal Accident Response
- Pool Formulas
- Pool Permit Application
- Pool Plan Review Application
- Pre-Opening Checklist
- Pool-Spa Operation Record
- Closing Outdoor Pools for the Winter
- Pool & Spa Signage Rules
- Fee Schedule effective January 1, 2020
Swimming pool and spa inspections are public record and may be viewed by the public. Inspections are available online or by viewing the office file at the Clay County Public Health Center.
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