In the Swim Newsletter
May 2021 Special Issue
Information for commercial pool operators and owners
Clark County Remains in Phase 3
Today, Governor Inslee announced a two-week pause on movement in the Healthy Washington: Roadmap to Recovery reopening plan. Under the pause, every county will remain in its current phase. At the end of two weeks, each county will be re-evaluated. Our case numbers remain high, we must all continue to do our part to reduce transmission so we can reopen faster together!
Don't forget to pay for your permit!
2021 permit invoices were due April 1st, if you have not paid for your operating permit as you are unsure whether you will reopen, you must apply for an inactive permit.
Ensure to consult a certified pool processional/contractor when making changes to your system.
ALERT: Chlorine Shortage
Due to increased demand and a disruption in supply, chlorine prices are expected to increase and supply may be limited this summer. If you are considering on changing your disinfection system, you must obtain approval by Public Health prior to any changes. To apply, complete and submit the form below to
Schedule an educational inspection!
Facilities can schedule an educational inspection, this is to ensure the facility is ready for the 2021 swim season while providing education to onsite staff. Click the button below to request an inspection.
Need help figuring out your COVID-19 safety plan to reopen?
Check out the CDC website! They have tons of resources including videos, posters, and checklists in English and Spanish to ensure that you and your patrons are ready to prevent the transmission of COVID.
Do you have a question?

Whether its about your pool, spa, or COVID safety guidance we are here to help! Press the button below to submit a question!
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Vancouver, WA 98661