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Pool and Spa

The texts presented on this page do not in any way replace the official by-laws of the Town of Pincourt. Please be advised that the official text always takes precedence. Specific standards may apply to your situation.

Associated by-law: Règlement sur la sécurité des piscines résidentielles

Permit: mandatory

Cost of permit: $50

Permit validity: 12 months

For questions or to apply for a permit, contact:

Urban Planning Department
Tel: 514 453-8981, ext. 332
Email: permis@villepincourt.qc.ca

  • Required documents

    Required documents:

    - A site plan with the positioning of the pool, the dimensions, as well as the secure access method.
    - Name and contact information of the pool contractor
    - Schedule of the work
    - Cost of the work (submission or contract)

  • Requirements to be met

    Upcoming

  • Provincial regulation modification

    IMPORTANT UPDATE:  As of July 28, 2022 the deadline to comply with the new provincial regulation for all pools built before November 1, 2010 has been moved to September 30, 2025.

    Nevertheless, for safety reasons and in order to avoid possible unvailability of concerned suppliers, the Town of Pincourt strongly recommends to comply with the new regulation as soon as possible.

     

    As of July 1, 2021, the Residential Pool Safety Regulation has been amended. From now on, all pools, regardless of when they were installed, must comply with the protective measures of the Regulation.

    Owners of pools built before November 1, 2010 were grandfathered in. They will have until July 1, 2023 to comply with the Regulation.

    Info: HERE

    Summary document (PDF)

    Frequently asked questions (PDF)