Need to Drain Your Pool?
Homeowners in Roseville, CA are now required to call the City of Roseville to obtain a one-time discharge permit. Here’s what the city will be doing.
- A city inspector will test your pool water for chlorine residual levels.
- If no chlorine is detected and no other contaminants are present, your pool water will be permitted to discharge to the storm drain.
- If chlorine or other contaminants, are present, your pool water will be required to discharge to the sanitary sewer and a $40 fee will be assessed.