Residential Pool Installation
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's)
 
What is a Municipal Services Protection Deposit (MSPD)?
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The construction of a pool may require excavation and subsequent landscaping. Where heavy equipment will be used, there is potential for damages to City property. For example, to access a backyard, an excavator may have to cross the City's boulevard and sidewalk, which could cause damages such as cracked or scuffed pavement, damaged curbs and sidewalks. A Municipal Services Protection Deposit (MSPD) is a security deposit which ensures that there are funds available to repair damages to City property. The deposit is fully refundable provided there are no damages. The City will inspect its property a minimum of three (3)business days prior to the commencement of construction and then again, after the completion of the construction, including landscaping and grading.
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FAQ's
There are many terms to describe a pool. How do you describe the different types?
Who must sign the Statutory Declaration Form for Swimming Pool Installation?
What is a Municipal Services Protection Deposit (MSPD)?
What happens if there are construction damages on City property due to the pool construction?
What other permits may I require?
What method of payment is acceptable?
How will the refund be paid?
Do I need a building permit for a pool?
What is the minimum distance an outdoor swimming pool must be from a property line in the rear yard?
Can I have a swimming pool constructed in my back yard if I just moved into a new development?
What is the definition for a "swimming pool"?
How will I know that the fence has passed inspection?
After I submit my plan to Compliance and Licensing, then what happens?
I understand that I have to pay deposits, what are they?
What is the joint pre-construction site meeting?
What forms do I require?
When will I know my lot grading deposit amount, and if my lot grading plan is acceptable?
What if I install a regular in-ground pool now and later have extensive landscaping done?
What documentation do I need for the Pool Enclosure (Fence) Inspection?
Where do I submit the Statutory Declaration Form for Swimming Pool Installation?
What is a Lot Grading Deposit?
When can I start construction of my swimming pool?
Are deposits required if there are no changes to the grading and no construction?
Do I need Conservation Authority approval if I abut a watercourse?
What are the City's requirements in relation to installing a residential swimming pool?
Where can I locate the outdoor swimming pool equipment on my property?
What is a Statutory Declaration?
Does the City pay interest on the deposit?
How do I get the refund for my deposit payments?
Does a hot tub need an enclosure permit?
Where am I allowed to locate an outdoor swimming pool on my property?
What is "lot grading" and what is a "Lot Grading Plan"?
When can I start the construction of my swimming pool?
Why can't I change my existing lot grading?
Where can I obtain information about acceptable pool enclosures for swimming pools?
When can I fill the pool and start using it?
Who do I contact for inspection of the fence enclosure?
What fees do I have to pay?
Where do I pay my deposits and fees?
Is there a minimum distance an outdoor swimming pool has to be from a Greenbelt zone?
Do I have to submit a drawing of the location of my pool?
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