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Pools

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Thousands of Idahoans swim each year in public swimming pools. Pools that are not properly operated and well maintained can create a risk to the public's health due to safety and/or bacterial and chemical water quality problems. It is necessary public swimming pools be licensed, inspected and the water tested to insure the public that these pools are safe and healthy. The role of the district health department's is to make sure these pools are operated in such a manner as to minimize the number of accidents and spread of communicable diseases.

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For More Information
For general information about Eastern Idaho Public Health's Pool program, please contact:

Environmental Health Program
Eastern Idaho Public Health
1250 Hollipark Drive
Idaho Falls, ID 83401
208-523-5382
Fax 208-528-0857

Or, you can contact the Environmental Health Specialist in your county for assistance.

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