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Swimming Pools and Recreational Water

Swimming Pool Program 

The Swimming Pool Program maintains safe public swimming pools. Public health inspectors inspect public swimming pools, mineral spas, whirl pools, paddling pools and water theme facilities for compliance  with The Swimming Pool Regulations, 1999 and supporting standards.

Recreational Water - Healthy Beach Program

The Healthy Beach Program ensures safe water quality levels at monitored recreational beaches. 

Public health inspectors respond to water quality issues, such as:

  • blue-green algae;
  • swimmer’s itch; and 
  • poor water quality.

Public Health Complaints

Concerns about swimming pools, whirlpools and recreational beaches may be directed to the public health inspector in the area where the facility operates. You may also refer to Public Health Advisories for the latest advisories about public beaches in Saskatchewan.

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