403.6 Sanitary Facilities for Public Swimming Pools
Swimming pools with a bathing load of 20 persons or less may utilize a unisex restroom. Pools with bathing loads of 40 persons or less may utilize two unisex restrooms or meet the requirement of Table 403.6. Unisex restrooms shall meet all the requirements for materials, drainage and signage as indicated in Sections 422.214.171.124.1 through 4126.96.36.199.4 of the Florida Building Code, Building. Each shall include a water closet, a diaper change table, a urinal, and a lavatory. Pools with a bathing load larger than 40 persons shall provide separate sanitary facilities labeled for each sex. The entry doors of all restrooms shall be located within a 200-foot (60 960 mm) walking distance of the nearest water's edge of each pool served by the facilities.
Exception: Where a swimming pool serves only a designated group of residential dwelling units including hotel rooms and not the general public, poolside sanitary facilities are not required if all living units are within a 200-foot horizontal radius of the nearest water's edge, are not over three stories in height unless serviced by an elevator, and are each equipped with private sanitary facilities.
PUBLIC SWIMMING POOL—REQUIRED FIXTURES COUNT
|MEN'S RESTROOMS||WOMEN'S |
|0 - 2500 sq ft||1||1||1||1||1|
|2501 - 5000 sq ft||2||1||1||5||1|
|5001 - 7500 sq ft||2||2||2||6||2|
|7501 - 10,000 sq ft||3||2||3||8||3|
For SI: 1 square foot = 0.0929 m2.