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For the purposes of this subchapter, the following definitions shall apply unless the context clearly indicates or requires a different meaning.
DEPARTMENT. The Louisville Metro Department of Public Health and Wellness.
DIRECTOR. The Director of the Department of Public Health and Wellness, or a designee.
OPEN. A swimming pool that has six or more bathers in the pool, or a swimming pool to which there is unlocked access to the facility.
PUBLIC SWIMMING AND BATHING FACILITY.
(1) Any natural or artificial body or basin of water which is modified, improved, constructed, or installed for the purpose of public swimming or bathing under the control of any person and includes, but is not limited to the following:
(b) Swimming pools, wading pools, wave pools;
(c) Competition swimming pools and diving pools;
(d) Water slides and spray pools; and
(e) Spas, therapeutic pools, hydrotherapy pools, and whirlpools.
(2) It includes those used by communities, subdivisions, apartment complexes, condominiums, clubs, camps, schools, institutions, parks, mobile home parks, hotels, recreational areas, etc.
(3) It does not include facilities at a single-family residences intended only for the use of the owner or guests, or, any pool less than 18 inches in depth.
WATER SAFETY PERSONNEL. Collectively refers to a lifeguard I, Lifeguard II, and qualified attendant, as those terms are defined in the Louisville Metro Board of Health Sanitary Code, Chapter 901.
(Lou. Metro Ord. No. 198-2007, approved 10-15-2007)