(A)   General requirements. The requirements of this section shall apply to all pools which are accessory uses to single and multiple family dwellings. No pool shall be erected or constructed until an improvement location permit has been obtained therefor.
   (B)   Location.
      (1)   Unenclosed pools or pools enclosed only with open mesh screen shall meet the setback requirements for accessory uses. They shall be located:
         (a)   A minimum of ten feet from any principal or other accessory building;
         (b)   A minimum of 30 feet from any street right-of-way;
         (c)   No closer to a street right-of-way than the principal building.
      (2)   Any pool which is covered by a roof shall be subject to the same setback regulations as the principle use.
   (C)   Fencing.
      (1)   In-ground swimming pools.
         (a)   The pool area shall be enclosed by a substantial protective barrier, which shall be adequate to prevent persons, children or animals from danger or harm, and shall be equipped with a self-closing, self-latching gate. Such protective barriers shall be chain link or ornamental fence, solid fence or wall, and shall not be less than five feet in height.
         (b)   A buffer screen shall be provided and maintained between the pool and lot lines.
      (2)   Above-ground swimming pools. Every above-ground pool shall meet the fencing requirements for in-ground pools or shall be constructed to limit access to a gate.
(Ord. 172, §§ 7-1100 - 7-1103, passed 4-5-90; Am. Ord. 320, passed 5-17-04)