Recreational Water and Public Swimming Pools

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Swimming Pools and Hot Tubs

Public Health Inspectors work diligently to ensure the recreational waters you use are safe and to prevent the spread of diseases through contact with recreational waters. Recreational waters can include the use of beaches, hot tubs, swimming pools, or even sensory deprivation tanks.

Public Swimming pools are regulated under The Swimming Pool Regulations, 1999 and two different Design and Operational Standards.

Swimming Pool Operators Course

The Regina Qu’Appelle Health Region offers a Swimming Pool Operators Course for all individuals involved in the operation of a swimming pool or hot tub. This course may be taken by anyone who has an interest in learning more about the design and operation of a swimming pool or whirlpool, including individuals who own private pools or hot tubs.

Please call 306-766-7755 if you are interested in the building and licensing process for a Public Swimming Pool or Whirlpool.

Click the link below for information on the Swimming Pool Operators Course and to Register. 

Beach Sampling Program

The safety and quality of Beach water samples taken in the Regina Qu’Appelle Health Region is assessed using the Guideline for Canadian Recreational Water Quality.

Water Security Agency Advisories

Visit the Water Security Agencie's website for up-to-date information about blue green algae blooms and water quality at Saskatchewan beaches.

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