Codes, Regulations & Standards
The Northeast Spa & Pool Association is your best resource for all current code and regulations and standards. NESPA has dedicated a section of our website to give you access to technical codes and regulations for each of our four states.
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Licensing Around the Region
Stay up-to-date on licensing requirements in Connecticut, New Jersey, New York (including Long Island) and Pennsylvania.
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NEW! See licensing requirements for Builders, Service Contractors and Maintenance Professionals in the NESPA Region. Quickly see what licenses you need for where you do business.
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NESPA Government Relations Action Committee
The Northeast Pool & Spa Association is your voice on legislation and regulations impacting our industry. The Association monitors legislative action across the region and represents the pool and spa industry when these important actions are being debated.
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Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)
ADA regulations cover both public and private facilities including pools operated by public park and recreation districts, hotels and motels, fitness and recreational sports clubs, country clubs, high schools and universities, waterparks, hospitals and health care facilities. Regulations may also apply to private residential facilities, such as homeowners, apartment and condo associations, if these facilities are open to the general public.
A summary of Accessibility Guidelines for Recreation Facilities | View ADA Seminar Videos
ADA Accessible Pool Means of Entry and Exit
Licensing - Connecticut & Nassau County
Have questions about licensing requirements in Connecticut?
NESPA and CONSPA have developed a comprehensive online resource designed to answer your questions about the Pool and Spa Maintenance and Repair License (SP-1 & SP-2) and the Swimming Pool Builder License. Click here to find out the answers to frequently asked questions and to download the forms needed to apply for licensing in Connecticut.