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Defending Your Right to Water

Approximately 13,000 new residential swimming pools will be built in California during 2015. The swimming pool, spa and hot tub business is doing quite well post-recession. THERE IS PUBLIC WATER TO FILL THESE NEW POOLS BECAUSE OF THE WORK CPSA HAS DONE DEFENDING THE INDUSTRY FROM BANS ON NEW POOLSRead the Rest…

CPSA Newsletter – July 2015

Recent CPSA Success Stories In recent months the California Pool and Spa Association and its dedicated members have been putting in a great deal of hard work throughout the state on behalf of the pool and spa industry, and it has been paying off. We have had our hands fullRead the Rest…

CPSA Newsletter – June

Progress Update It has been a busy and productive time for the California Pool and Spa Association. In addition to the growing task of monitoring local water districts and city councils for proposed water restrictions, the CPSA has been meeting with and speaking to various people concerned with the droughtRead the Rest…

Call to Action – Thousand Oaks

Once again, the California Pool and Spa Association must call on its members for help to prevent a harmful new restriction from going into effect. This time it is the city of Thousand Oaks, who has proposed a resolution to ban the filling and refilling of swimming pools with moreRead the Rest…

CPSA Takes Action, Speaker Kits Available

The California Pool & Spa Association has worked tirelessly to defend the industry from unwarranted attacks upon pools and spas by the state Legislature, water districts, city councils, the State Water Resources Control Board, and other regulatory authorities.  It is well-established that swimming pools use less than half the waterRead 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…

Water Agencies Are Learning Pools Aren’t a Big Factor During Drought

Matt StevensLos Angeles Times The Sieferts are the kind of environmentally conscious family who attend local sustainability workshops and have solar panels atop their Mar Vista home. They use timers on their kids’ showers and have planted drought-tolerant landscaping. But they feel a twinge of guilt over their beloved 52-foot-longRead the Rest…

CPSA Newsletter – September

 Summer may be unofficially over, but the start of September also means that it’s time once again for the CPSA newsletter! Read on to learn more about the various water restrictions that have been passed throughout the state and what we are doing to protect the industry from them, toRead the Rest…

Homeowners in Placer County Urged to Properly Maintain Pools to Save Water

(This article is reprinted from Rocklin and Roseville Today) AUBURN, Calif. – As critical drought conditions continue, Placer County Water Agency and the state’s pool association are urging homeowners to properly maintain their pools, which will greatly reduce the amount of water used. California Pool and Spa Association members andRead the Rest…

CPSA Newsletter – June 2014

The June edition of the CPSA newsletter is here! Please enjoy this preview version below, and make sure to read or download the version that is available as a PDF.