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Oregon – SB 28 (Licensing Fees)

Issue: Public pool and spa fees

Affects:  Those who build public pools/spas

Bill Summary: This bill pertains to the Oregon Health Authority fees. 

A person may not operate or maintain a public swimming pool, public spa pool, public wading pool or bathhouse without a license to do so from the Oregon Health Authority.  An annual fee of $275 shall be paid for a license to operate a public swimming pool, public spa pool, public wading pool or bathhouse. The annual fee for each additional public swimming pool, public spa pool, public wading pool or bathhouse, or any combination of those facilities, on the same site is 60 percent of the fee for the first license.

A person applying for a variance shall submit a variance application accompanied by a fee of $480 to the Oregon Health Authority. If the authority approves the application, the authority shall grant a variance, stating the terms and conditions of the variance.

Status: A hearing was held February 11, 2019. 

Current version: https://olis.leg.state.or.us/liz/2019R1/Downloads/MeasureDocument/SB28/Introduced