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The New Mexico Environment Department Pool Program inspects all public Aquatic Venues, including pools and spas at:
For information concerning inspections of public swimming pools contact your local New Mexico Environment Department field office. Click here to view a list of field offices.
Have questions? Email us at Aquatics.Program@state.nm.us
- By August 1, 2020 no outdoor spas or therapy pools shall use cyanuric acid or stabilized chlorine (MAHC 22.214.171.124.3). Cyanuric Acid and stabilized chlorine are prohibited in indoor aquatic venues.
- All aquatic venues were required by August 1, 2018 to install and have in operation on every vessel an automated disinfectant and PH controller (ORP). See MAHC 126.96.36.199.8.1. The only venue not required to have an automated controller would be spray pads that do not recirculate the water and where the water goes to waste. Please note all spas and wading pools should already have an ORP that have been installed since 2007.
- 2021 Season Letter (February 2021)
- 2021 Operating Checklist (February 2021)