The following are some additional requirements before pool permits can be submitted:
1.Structural engineering plans: these plans tell the city what standard plan to use when building the pool, or whether site-specific or pool-specific engineering will be required.
2.A site plan or site map with the proposed pool drawn to scale: this step may require the skills of a specialist. For more help, visit our Arizona Swimming Pool Permit and Process guide for a step-by-step explanation on how to find the information needed to complete a swimming pool site plan.3.HOA Approval Letter (if applicable): if a neighborhood has been flagged as requiring a homeowner association approval, then an approval letter will need to be provided. In some cases securing approval from the HOA can take longer than the city or county submission process, so keep these time constraints in mind.
- City of Glendale – Swimming Pool Permit Application
- Pool and Spa Submittal Packet.pdf
- City of Peoria – Swimming Pool Permit Application
- Pool and Spa Permit Application.pdf
- City of Phoenix – Swimming Pool Permit Application
- Swimming Pool Survey Form.pdf
- Swimming Pool Survey Waiver Form.pdf
- City of Surprise – Swimming Pool Application and Permit Guide
- Swimming Pool Permit Application/Guide