Pasco County Building Construction Services is stepping up to help customers burned by Olympus Pools, offering new tools and financial relief for those whose pool projects are in limbo due to open permits.
They have launched a dedicated webpage to help customers navigate the permitting process, as well as providing answers to any additional questions in this FAQ. Best of all, the county is waiving all fees associated with Olympus Pools permits through Dec. 31, 2021, a move expected to help hundreds of customers left with unfinished pools.
“We hope this action will help ease the financial burden on our customers who choose to seek other permitting options,” said Assistant County Administrator Sally Sherman.
Olympus Pools customers have three options for open pool permits:
- Oversee the project yourself.
- Hire a new, licensed pool contractor.
- Cancel your pool permit.
To choose an option, just fill out the form found HERE and e-mail to BCS@MyPasco.net.
The county says over the past two years, Olympus Pools has pulled hundreds of permits for pool projects in Pasco County, and most remain unfinished. For more information on your options, please visit the county’s new webpage: bit.ly/OlympusPermits.