WATER RECREATION SAFETY

FOR INFORMATION ON THE STEVENSON COMMUNITY POOL PLEASE CONTACT THE STEVENSON- CARSON SCHOOL DISTRICT ADMIN OFFICE AT 509-427-5674 OR VISIT THEIR WEBSITE: http://www.scsd.k12.wa.us/

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Water Recreation Program works to reduce the risk of unintentional drowning and to prevent illness for people who swim, soak, or play in public pools and spas through the following activities:

  • Conduct routine inspections of public swimming pools and spas;
  • Investigate drowning and near drowning incidents;
  • Investigate possible illnesses;
  • Investigate complaints;
  • Provide community education opportunities to pool operators on water recreation safety.

 Every public water recreation facility must obtain an annual license through the SCCDD.

RELATED LINKS...

WA Department of Health Water Recreation Program
Water Safety Fact Sheet
WA Administrative Code (WAC 246-260) for Water Recreation Facilities

 

POOLS & SPA INSPECTIONS

POOLS: The pools and spas are inspected for general bather safety and water chemistry. Below are some of the Pool and Spa Water Quality Standards.

Unstable Chlorine (PPM): Min 1.5 Max 10.0

Stable Chlorine (PPM): Min  2.0 Max 10.0

Bromine (PPM): Min 2.5 Max 10.0

SPAS AND WADING POOLS:

Unstable Chlorine (PPM): Min 3.0 Max 10.0

Stable Chlorine (PPM): Min 3.5 Max 10.0

Bromine (PPM): Min 4.0 Max 10.0

  • pH 7.2 to 8.0
  • Cyanuric acid 0 to 90 ppm
  • Combined chlorine < 50% of the free available chlorine
  • Water clarity Main drain must be clearly visible
  • Temperature 104˚F Maximum
SCCDD NEWS
Office Location:
Courthouse Annex
170 NW Vancouver Ave.
PO Box 1009 
Stevenson, WA 98648

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Office Hours: Monday - Thursday 7:30am - 5:30pm Closed Fridays & Holidays

Phone Number: (509) 427-3900

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