(a)   Enclosures.  Every swimming pool over thirty inches deep and/or over fifteen feet in any dimension shall be completely surrounded by a fence or wall not less than four feet in height, which shall be so constructed as not to have openings, holes or gaps larger than three inches in any dimension, except for doors or gates, which shall be equipped with suitable locking devices to prevent unauthorized intrusion.  An accessory building may be used in or as part of such enclosure.
   (b)   Swimming Pools as Structures.  Open, private, above-ground pools over fifteen feet in any dimension and/or exceeding thirty inches in depth, or in-ground swimming pools, shall be considered structures for the purpose of permits and shall be controlled by such other City ordinances as may be applicable.
(Ord. 1-1988.  Passed 4-11-88.)