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Santa Monica Ordinance Bad for Pools & Spas

CPSA has scored a couple important victories recently relative to California’s ongoing development of additional water use restrictions as a reaction to the state’s historic five year drought. The association was successful in convincing the City of Lathrop to remove a ban on filling new and existing swimming pools andRead the Rest…

CPSA Scores Another Win Against Water Restrictions

As indicated in a CPSA Alert published on October 17th, the California Pool and Spa Association is far from done responding to potential drought restrictions on filling new and existing swimming pools and spas during certain water emergencies. Even though the drought in California is over, cities must periodically fileRead the Rest…

Water Issues Continue to Threaten Future of Pool Industry in California

Just recently, a bill was introduced in California to ban the internal combustion engine in automobiles and trucks by 2030. California is already committed to requiring energy companies to provide 50% clean energy or alternative energy by 2030. Diesel truck owners have had to purchase new clean running trucks toRead the Rest…

CPSA Expands Reach

Dear Friend of the California Pool & Spa Association, The attached press release announces an exciting new chapter in the evolution of the California Pool & Spa Association (CPSA), the expansion of CPSA’s geographic focus and the combining of CPSA with the National Swimming Pool Foundation® (NSPF®). In 2014, whenRead the Rest…

CPSA Announces New Affiliations

Jerry Wallace, chairman of CPSA, announced at the annual Western Pool and Spa Show new affiliation agreements with pool industry partners designed to consolidate support for the association. The National Swimming Pool Foundation, the Western Pool and Spa Show, the Foundation for Pool and Spa Industry Education, and the AssociationRead the Rest…

2015 in Review

It’s the end of another busy and successful year for the California Pool and Spa Association. 2015 brought with it many challenges both planned for and unexpected, but thanks to the support of our members and allies in the pool and spa industry, the CPSA was able to rise toRead the Rest…

Call To Action!

The Santa Barbara City Council is poised to vote on a moratorium relating to the issuance of building permits for the construction of new swimming pools at their next meeting on May 5th at 6:00pm.  Although the California Pool & Spa Association (CPSA) has submitted a letter of opposition andRead the Rest…

Upcoming Pool Industry Drought Seminar

As the drought in California marches on into a fourth year, the state must face the ever-growing possibility of further water restrictions and regulations. While there was hope in the beginning of the winter season that a series of rain storms would help ease the drought conditions, those storms haveRead the Rest…

Economic Impact Study for Pool & Spa Industry

It’s the start of a new year for California, and even though it’s just beginning there is already a lot on the horizon for the California Pool and Spa Association, and for the pool and spa industry throughout California. The swimming pool and spa industry has endured a lot theseRead the Rest…

Consumer Website Webinars This Week

As I’m sure that many of you have heard by now, the CPSA is currently in the process of launching a brand new consumer-oriented website for our members. This is an exciting project that we can’t wait to share with all of you, and we’re confident that it will provideRead the Rest…