8.32.250   Natural and semiartificial bathing places.
   A.   Water Quality.
      1.   Approval of natural and semiartificial bathing places will be based upon the results of examination of bacteriological, chemical and physical quality of the water in the proposed bathing area.
      2.   The water shall be considered acceptable for bathing purposes, from a bacterial standpoint, when the average MPN of coliform organisms of a representative number of samples is not greater than one thousand per milliliter.
      3.   A bathing place shall be located so that it will not be adversely affected by the discharge of sewage or objectionable industrial wastes; nor shall it be so located that by its use it will affect the source of supply of a public supply system.
   B.   Bathhouse. The provisions of Section 8.32.180 shall apply to all natural and semiartificial bathing places, except that hot water for showers and lavatories may not be required.
(Ord. 1984-42 (part), 1984: prior code § 23.60.080)