Fishers Health Department’s mission is to minimize the spread of disease and prevent injuries and drownings at public and semi-public swimming pools and spas. The program licenses and routinely inspects public semi-public pools to ensure compliance with state and local regulations. Environmental health specialists assist in educating pool operators on proper pool management and safety.
Submit your annual permit or apply for new permit here.
*If you have already received your 2020 permit from the Hamilton County Health Department, submit your permit and you will be issued a Fishers Health Department Permit. If you have not yet received your permit from the county, submit your information or county permit application, and you will be issued a permit from the Fishers Health Department. If you have not yet had your annual inspection through the county, you will be contacted in the coming weeks to schedule your annual inspection through the Fishers Health Department.*
Weekly Pool Sample Submissions
Submit weekly pool samples.
Safety For Private Pools
Find resources and information for homeowners with private pools from ISDH.
In accordance with chapter 171 of the City of Fishers Code of Ordinances
|Seasonal pools– one pool||$100|
|Seasonal pools – each additional pool at same facility||$50|
|Annual pools – one pool||$175|
|Annual pools – each additional pool at same facility||$75|
|School pools||No charge|
|Violations and penalties||Assessed on inspection|
- ISDH COVID-19 Pool Recommendations
- Indiana Certified Microbiology Laboratories
- FAQs Swimming Pools
- ISDH Swimming Pool Rules (410 IAC 6-2.1)
- CDC Guidelines: Hot Tubs & Spas
- CDC Guidelines: Operating Public Swimming Pools