Section 11-276 Definitions.

        The following definitions apply to this article:

     Spa.  A spa is a swimming pool designed for recreational or therapeutic use of heated water and not to be drained, cleaned, and refilled for each individual.  A spa may include hydrojet circulation, mineral baths and an air induction system.  A pool used under direct supervision of qualified medical personnel is not a spa.

     Swimming pool.  Any artificial basin of water which has been wholly designed, modified, improved, constructed or installed solely for the purpose of swimming, wading or immersion.

    Swimming Pools shall be divided into the following classes:

    (A)  Class A swimming pool is a swimming pool operated by the city or any other governmental agency.

    (B)  Class B swimming pool is a swimming pool operated by a hotel, motel, community association, apartment complex or similar entity which serves merely as an additional service for patrons or residents and which is not otherwise classified as Class C.

    (C)  Class C swimming pool is a swimming pool that is maintained by a commercial establishment for which memberships or admissions are sold.

    (D) Class D swimming pool is a private, residential swimming pool or spa.

    (E)  Class E swimming pool is a non-residential spa.

        (F)    Class F swimming pool is a special purpose pool that has a special use or design such as a wave pool, wading pool, zero-depth entry pool and pool with a water slide.

(Code 1964, § 10.10100; Ord. No. 16334, § 1, 2-7-00)

     Cross reference(s)--Definitions and rules of construction generally, § 1-2.

(Ord. 16334, Amended, 02/07/2000, Prior Text)