Swimming Pool / Spa
Inspection Report


Jones County Environmental Services
105 Broadway Place, Suite 11
Anamosa, IA 52205
Phone: (319) 462-4715 Fax: (319) 462-5302
E-mail: environmental@co.jones.ia.us
  Facility Name: Camp Wyoming
Address: 9106 42nd Ave.
Wyoming, IA  52362
Person Contacted: Kevin
Title: Camp Director & CPO
Registration No: SP53-005-100
Type: Routine

Water Quality Information
Name: Out. Pool < 1500
Registration No: SP53-005-100
Area (ft.): 1320
Volume (Sq. ft.): 72000
Filter Type: Sand
Filter Rate:
Turnover Rate:
Chlorine (Free): 3.8
ORP: Unknown
Pool: 1-8ppm, ORP 700-880 mV
If less than 0.6ppm or greater than 8.0ppm = closure
Spa: 2-8 ppm ORP 700-880 mV
If less than 1.0ppm or greater than 8.0ppm = closure
Chlorine (Total): 3.8
Chlorine (Combined): 0.2
Bromine: NA
Pool: 2-18ppm Spa: 4-18ppm
Water Quality Information (continued)
Cyanuric Acid: <30
Must be less than 80 ppm
pH: 7.4
Pool and Spa: 7.2ppm-7.8ppm
If less than 6.8 or greater than 8.2 = closure
Total Alkalinity: 190
Calcium Hardness: 290
Temperature (F): 83.8
Spa must not exceed 104°
Type of Disinfectant: Liquid Chlorine
Disinfection make and model: Acco
Drain Cover make and model: Aquastar 24”
Drain Cover exp. date: April 1 2026
Smoke Free Air Act
1. Facility in compliance with smoking ban?
( If no, complete complaint form )

Notes: You may consider posting a sign that states that ‘soap is available from your camp leader upon request’ in the shower areas since the ones you place in there keep disappearing.

ORP and pH readings should be documented with the manual free chlorine and pH readings. ORP shall be between 660-880.

Please email a letter of correction stating how the violations listed below have been and/or will be corrected to diane.midcalf@linncountyiowa.gov within 30 days of this inspection.

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1) Decks Pool: 15.4(4)k(1) 21
Spa: 15.51(4)h(1) 15
  Item: Pool and Spa decks shall be maintained slip-resistant, and free of litter, obstructions and tripping hazards.
  Comment: I would recommend repatching the trip hazards on the deck annually.
   
2) Safety Pool: 15.4(4)l(2) 21
Spa: 15.51(4)k(2) 16
  Item: A fence, wall, or other means of enclosure shall have no openings that would allow the passage of a 4-inch sphere, and shall not be easily climbable by toddlers.
  Comment: Please fix the gap in the fence that is > 4”.
   
3) Safety Pool: 15.4(4)l(3) 21
Spa: 15.51(4)k(3) 16
  Item: At least one gate or door with an opening of at least 36 inches in width shall be provided for emergency purposes. Gates and doors shall be lockable. Except where lifeguard or structural program supervision is provided whenever the swimming pool is open, gates and doors shall be self-closing and self-latching
  Comment: Please consider adding a latch to the pool entrance that can be secured while the pool is unlocked and in use. This is not mandatory since you always have lifeguards on site when pool is open, but would provide another level of security for your facility with young campers of all water skill levels.
   
4) Safety Pool: 15.4(4)n(1)6 22
  Item: The door of a chlorine room or building shall be secured in an open position whenever the room is occupied and locked closed when the room is not occcupied.
  Comment: Pump room door should be latchable, even an eye and hook lock toward the top of the door would provide a barrier from the campers being able to wander in there.
   
5) Safety Pool: 15.4(6)l 13
Spa: 15.4(6)l 19
  Item: The facility management shall develop a written emergency plan. The plan shall include, but may not be limited to, actions to be taken in cases of drowning, serious illness or injury, chemical-handling accidents, weather emergencies, and other serious incidents. The emergency plan shall be reviewed with the facility staff at least once a year, and the dates of review or training shall be recorded in the pool records
  Comment: Please add an emergency plan for serious illness or injury and weather emergencies to your EAP.
   
  Name   Date
Inspector: Inspection:
     
Report Received By: Received:
Reviewed By: Reviewed:

These items must be corrected as soon as possible in order to comply with the Iowa Department of Public Health Swimming Pool and Spa Rules. A letter regarding the actions which will be taken in order to correct all deficiencies must be submitted within 30 days to this office. If for any reason you take issue with any of the items cited regarding swimming pool rules, a variance can be requested by following the instructions in the Iowa Department of Public Health Swimming Pools manual, amended July 8th, 2009, page 57, section 641-15.7 (135I). Variance requests regarding spa rules must be made in compliance with the instructions in the Iowa Department of Public Health Spa manual, revised July 8th, 2009, page 32, section 641-15.7 (135I).