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Posted on: June 1, 2020

Installing a backyard pool or hot tub? You’ll need a permit

Dad holding baby up in air at swimming pool

Now that warmer weather is officially here, you may be planning to install a pool in your backyard. The City of Spring Hill does require a permit for pools, spas and hot tubs. A couple of key items when installing your new pool or hot tub include: 

        • Must be protected with a 4-foot fence and locking gate

        • Pool or hot tub must not be closer than 7 feet to the side or rear yard line.

        • Pool or hot tub must not be under or over electric, telephone, gas or sewer lines. 

Before installing your pool or hot tub, please apply for a permit with Community Development online below and email to planning@springhillks.gov or call us at (913) 592-3657. Permit fees start at $15.75. If you also need to install a fence around your new pool, fence permits are $25. 


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