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ADA Guidelines


The 2010 ADA Standard goes into effect March 15, 2012

Click for an outline of the ADA Guidelines Affecting Commercial Pools and Spas

Click to visit the ADA website

Downloadable PDF: ADA Definitions For Code - Section 242 (Pg 102 - 103)

Downloadable PDF: ADA Full Standard Code - Section 1009 - 1009.6.2 (Pg 242 - 252)

Downloadable PDF: January 31, 2012 Update To ADA 2010

Will this affect me? See below:

1. Title II (Public Industry) – All public entities at the local and state levels, i.e., Parks and Recreation Pools, Universities and Colleges, Town Pools, etc

2. Title III (Private Industry) – Any place of public accommodation (commercial facilities), i.e. Hotels, Motels, Health Clubs, Schools, and Community Centers.

Those facilities not affected are: Private Residences, Apartments*, Condominiums*

* However if the apartments or condominium do the following, they are then required to comply with 2010 ADA standard:

  • If sell memberships to those not living at the facility
  • If the condominium rents out its units, like those of a motel
  • If the pool is rented out for parties, swim lessons or other activities to those not living in the community