Every person owning land on which there is situated a family swimming pool, as defined herein, shall erect and maintain thereon an adequate suitable effective barrier including, but not limited to fences, enclosures, walls or other approved barriers either surrounding the property or pool area, sufficient to make the pool inaccessible to small children.  The barrier, including gates therein, shall be not less than four feet above the outside ground at all points and, provided further, that access steps or ladders are capable of being rendered inaccessible by being removed or raised more than four feet above the outside grade.
(`90 Code, § 4-70)  (Ord. 2619, passed - -; Am. Ord. 2939, passed 3-19-91)