Pasco County is stepping up to help customers of Olympus Pools, according to a county news release.
Olympus Pools has pulled hundreds of permits for pool projects in Pasco County during the past two years, and most remain unfinished, the release said.
The pool company has ceased operations.
Pasco County now is offering a new tool to help customers whose projects are in limbo, due to open permits, and the county also is waiving fees associated with Olympus Pools permits through Dec. 31, 2021.
The county has launched a dedicated webpage to help customers navigate the permitting process and to answer questions they may have.
“We hope this action will help ease the financial burden on our customers who choose to seek other permitting options,” Assistant County Administrator Sally Sherman, said in the release.
Olympus Pools customers have three options for open pool permits:
• Oversee the project yourself
• Hire a new, licensed pool contractor
• Cancel your pool permit
For more information on options, visit bit.ly/OlympusPermits.
Published August 04, 2021