San Ramon’s Swimming Pool Demolition Requirements
Most cities have specific requirements for swimming pool demolition that you’ll need to follow. This is true for pool demolition in San Ramon, too. The city has dedicated guidelines telling you the step-by-step requirements for removing a pool.
For San Ramon, you have to first provide plans showing where your swimming pool is in relation to other structures and property lines. Then you’ll need to submit a preliminary report from a licensed engineer or geologist that outlines the process of removing the pool.
You will need a demolition permit before you begin the pool demolition process. When you’re demolishing the pool, you’ll need to meet the city’s minimum requirements such as backfilling the hole with ¾ to 6 inches of gravel before any dirt is added.
You’ll also need inspections during the process so the city can see the bottom removal and disconnect of electrical and gas lines. When all is finished, you’ll need a final inspection with a soils report compaction.
Instead of trying to handle everything on your own, let our team at Bay Area Pool Demolition handle the permitting, deadlines, and reporting for you.