Click HERE for more information regarding our Swimming Pool Operators seminar, May 22, 2019.

The Health Department annually licenses and inspects all public pools, spas, and special-use pools in Medina County at locations such as community parks, golf courses, housing developments, hotels and motels, apartment complexes, and campgrounds. Our inspectors look at the facility’s overall sanitation and safety to assure compliance with the State swimming pool code. Inspection criteria include checks of: water quality (pH, disinfectant levels, total alkalinity, clarity, temperature), weekly operational records, lifeguard records, if applicable, chemical storage, pump and filter equipment, test kits, and safety equipment (first aid kits, reach pole, ring buoy, telephone).

All of our inspection records are “public records” and are available to the public during our regular business hours. Although walk-in requests are welcomed, if possible, it is best to call first to see if a pool program inspector is available to help answer any questions that may arise during review of the records. There is a nominal fee for copies made.


Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Extended the Compliance date for standards for accessible design for public pools and spas to January 31, 2013. For more information or visit

If you have difficulty finding a form, or have questions regarding our Pool and Spa Program, please don’t hesitate to call us at 330-723-9688, option 3.