Aquatic Venue License & Inspection Program
- UPDATED Requirements for public and semi-public aquatic venues (Adopted: 5/12/2022) All public and semi-public aquatic venues operating within the five counties of Custer Health must comply with these requirements. Custer Health also regulates pools and spas in Emmons and Kidder Counties.
- Fecal Incident Response Recommendations for Aquatic Staff
- Body Fluid Contamination Response Log
- Requirements for public and semi-public swimming pools and spas (Expired except for Kidder and Emmons Counties)
- Aquatic Venue License Application
- Float Systems (i.e. sensory deprivation tanks, float tanks, isolation tanks, or float pods) are regulated and licensed by Custer Health as a special use/therapy pool.
Please view Custer Health's Floatation System Variance as a supplement to Custer Health's aquatic venue code (above) if you plan on installing and operating a float tank in Custer Health's jurisdiction.