Due to the rising number of COVID-19 cases in our community and across Alberta, the Camrose Aquatic Centre will begin strictly enforcing our "no check in until five minutes before your swim" policy. This will mean that we will no longer be allowing anyone into the lobby until five minutes prior to their booked swim. Anyone that arrives early to their swim or program will need to wait outside or in their vehicle until otherwise directed by staff.

This applies to drop-ins as well. Drop-ins for popular programs or swims will only be allowed five minutes before the program or swim starts. You will no longer be able to drop in to a popular program or swim while checking in to an earlier program or swim.

The lobby will still be open to take swim and program reservations, but we highly recommend you call us at 780.672.9909. Please remember to leave a message if we miss your call, as we now have a firm callback time between 3pm and 5pm where we will get back to everyone who has left a message.

Please also read through the Mandatory Face Covering Bylaw (Bylaw #3129-20) as this will also be strictly enforced at the Aquatic Centre and any person not wearing a mask will not be allowed into the building.

We hope you are all staying safe and well, and we look forward to seeing you again soon!

Aquatic Centre COVID-19 Guidelines

The City of Camrose is excited to welcome the community back to our newly renovated Aquatic Centre for water fun and fitness! Guidelines have been put in place to help ensure patrons and staff can safely enjoy this new facility. Thank you for your cooperation and for your patience with line ups and wait times as we anticipate the pool to be very popular.

General Guidelines

Physical distance from others

  • Stay 2 meters apart from others outside your household or cohort group.
  • Follow all physical distancing markers including floor markers, ropes, and signage.

Wash your hands

  • Wash or sanitize your hands frequently.

Stay home if you are ill or have recently travelled

  • Anyone with symptoms of COVID-19, anyone who has travelled outside of Canada in the past 14 days, or anyone who has been in close contact with a person with COVID-19 (probable or confirmed) without PPE will not be permitted to enter the Aquatic Centre.

Limit gathering and lingering

  • Gathering in the lobby or viewing area will not be permitted at this time.
  • Arrive on-time or up to 5 minutes before your scheduled activity. Please do not arrive early.

Masks are mandatory in dry areas; masks are not permitted in the water.

Extra cleaning

  • Extra cleaning and frequent sanitizing will be conducted throughout the Aquatic Centre.

 

Plan Ahead to Use the Aquatic Centre

Pool occupancy is set at 80 people (including children and infants)

  • To help ensure physical distancing, pool occupancy is limited to 80 people at this time. This 80 person limit is not per swim, but for the entirety of the facility; so if two or more different types of swims are taking place, then the limit is shared amongst them all.

Reservations are recommended for public swim and lane swim

  • All our swims have 80% of their capacity reserved for pre-registration, and 20% for drop-in on a first-come, first-served system. We do not accept drop-ins until after we check in all pre-registered patrons; drop-ins cannot be claimed over phone, or earlier than the swim's starting time. Reserve your spot using the link below or call 780.672.9909. 
  • Lane swim capacity will be based on time of day and other activities in the pool.

Reservations are recommended for all Aquafit classes

  • Reserve your spot using the link below or call 780.672.9909.

 

What to Expect at the Aquatic Centre

Change Room Protocols

  • In order to allow for physical distancing and enhanced sanitization, we've had to implement the following new COVID-19 protocols:
    1. Arrive to the Aquatic Centre with your swim suit under your clothes and check in at the front desk.
    2. Remove shoes and proceed directly to the pool deck.
    3. On the pool deck, remove your outside clothes (with your swim suit underneath) and place your clothes in your bag and shoes on a shelf on deck. We strongly recommend that you leave your valuables at home. However, small lockers will be available on deck for wallets and phones. Patrons should bring their own locks to use because locks will not be rented.
    4. Rinse off in the pool deck shower and then enjoy your swim!
    5. At the end of your swim time, staff will provide instructions for swimmers to exit the pool in two shifts to minimize the number of people in the change rooms at one time.
    6. Quickly rinse off after your swim, change, and exit. Personal grooming will not be permitted at this time (full showers with products, shaving, hair styling, etc.)

 

Pool Protocols

Hot Tub and Steam Room

  • The Hot Tub will be open. Please remember to practice physical distancing.
  • The Steam Room remains closed at this time.

Public swim protocols

  • Public swims will be broken down into separate sessions to allow for extra cleaning and physical distancing.
  • No equipment will be given to swimmers at this time with the exception of life jackets which must be given by a staff member and placed in a discard bin after use to be disinfected.
  • Swimmers can bring equipment from home (small toys, flotation devices, etc.). These must be cleaned and disinfected before being brought to the Aquatic Centre.

Lane swim protocols

  • Some equipment may be made available upon request (such as flippers, kick boards, etc.) which must be given by a staff member and placed in a discard bin after use to be disinfected.

Aquafit classes protocols

  • Reserve your spot using the link below or call 780.672.9909. Reservations are recommended.
  • Equipment may be used in classes (such as aqua belts / flotation aides) but must be given by a staff member and placed in a discard bin after use to be disinfected.

Registered programs

  • Registration will open for programs in late September and programs will begin in October. Use the Subscribe button at the bottom of the page to sign up for notifications when registration opens.
  • All Preschool levels and Swim Kids Levels 1-4 will require an adult in the water to actively assist their child(ren) due to COVID-19 restrictions.
  • Water Therapy will have a class in the warm, renovated Leisure Pool as well as a class in the cooler, new Lap Pool.
  • Junior Lifeguard Club will be focused on athlete development for competitive members only. 

This summary of our COVID-19 Guidelines has been developed by the Alberta Health Services Provincial Guidelines, Life Saving Society’s National and Provincial Guidelines, Red Cross National Guidelines, and our Camrose Aquatic Centre guiding principles. If you have questions or concerns regarding these guidelines, please contact us at aquatic@camrose.ca.

Pool Schedule
Book a Time to Swim
Buy a Pool Pass
Register for Swimming Lessons
Register for an Aquatics Course
Aquatic Centre Room Schedules

Admission Prices

Day Pass
  • Adult (age 18 - 64) - $8.00
  • Youth (age 8 - 17) - $5.50
  • Child (age 3 - 7) - $4.00
  • Infant (age 0 - 2) - Free
  • Senior (age 65+) - $6.75
  • Adult Student (with Student ID) - $6.75
  • Family (up to 2 adults and their under 18 year old children) - $21.50
10X Ticket
  • Adult (age 18 - 64) - $68.00
  • Youth (age 8 - 17) - $46.75
  • Child (age 3 - 7) - $34.00
  • Infant (age 0 - 2) - Free
  • Senior (age 65+) - $57.40
  • Adult Student (with Student ID) - $57.40
  • Family (up to 2 adults and their under 18 year old children) - $182.75
1 Month Pass
  • Adult (age 18 - 64) - $72.00
  • Youth (age 8 - 17) - $49.50
  • Child (age 3 - 7) - $36.00
  • Infant (age 0 - 2) - Free
  • Senior (age 65+) - $60.75
  • Adult Student (with Student ID) - $60.75
  • Family (up to 2 adults and their under 18 year old children) - $172.00
6 Month Pass
  • Adult (age 18 - 64) - $324.00
  • Youth (age 8 - 17) - $222.75
  • Child (age 3 - 7) - $162.00
  • Infant (age 0 - 2) - Free
  • Senior (age 65+) - $273.40
  • Adult Student (with Student ID) - $273.40
  • Family (up to 2 adults and their under 18 year old children) - $774.00
1 Year Pass
  • Adult (age 18 - 64) - $576.00
  • Youth (age 8 - 17) - $396.00
  • Child (age 3 - 7) - $288.00
  • Infant (age 0 - 2) - Free
  • Senior (age 65+) - $486.00
  • Adult Student (with Student ID) - $486.00
  • Family (up to 2 adults and their under 18 year old children) - $1,376.00

Facility Features

View our Sneak Peek video.

  • An addition to the existing aquatic centre to the west.
  • An eight lane 25m training / fitness pool with a depth of 1.2m at the shallow end and 3m at the deep end. This will include competitive diving blocks with sliding rails, a recreational diving board, integrated steps for easy access, and anchors for basketball hoops. This pool will be kept slightly cooler, at around 28 to 28.5 degrees Celsius.
  • A shallow pool at approximately 1m deep that will be kept around 31 to 32 degrees Celsius and with easy access entry for water therapy and education.
  • A lazy river also kept at approximately 31 to 32 degrees Celsius.
  • A tots shallow play area with play and splash features that will also be kept at 31 to 32 degrees Celsius.
  • A new water slide that exits into a trough for fun and safe use.
  • An accessible in ground hot tub.
  • Upgrades to the existing change room facilities, including a major expansion to the Universal Change Room. This will provide additional changing space during peak hours as well.
  • Renovations to the front lobby area to provide easier access to the front counter.
  • New heating, air conditioning and ventilation systems.
  • New pool filtration and water treatment systems for all the pools.
  • A steam room.
  • Upgraded fire and security alarm systems.
  • General cosmetic upgrades to the existing lobby and hall areas.
  • A new splash park on the South side of the new addition (tentatively scheduled to open Spring 2021).

Become a Lifeguard or Instructor

Become a Lifeguard

Please see our Careers page for any open positions.

Lifesaving Society Certifications

Bronze Medallion

Prerequisite: 13 years or older, or have your Bronze star certification.

Description: You'll learn tows and carries, defense and release methods to prepare for challenging rescues of increased risk, involving conscious and unconscious victims of various types. You'll also learn CPR and First Aid skills.

Bronze Cross

Prerequisite: Bronze Medallion

Description: You'll use your skills to address challenging situations while learning about safe supervision.

Once you've finished the Bronze Cross, you can go on to your Lifeguarding Society certification, or transfer into the Red Cross program.

Lifesaving Society National Certification (NL)

Prerequisite: At least 16 years old, finished the Bronze Cross Course, and have Standard First Aid (SFA) or Aquatic Emergency Care (AEC).

Description: You'll develop an understanding of lifeguard principles, good judgment, and a mature, responsible attitude towards your role as a lifeguard. To remain valid, you must be re certified every two years.

100% attendance and participation of all Lifesaving Society courses is required.

Contact us at aquatic@camrose.ca for more information on becoming a lifeguard!

Become a Swim Instructor

Please see our Careers page for any open positions.

Swim Instructor Certifications

Red Cross Water Safety Instructor (WSI)

Prerequisite: 15 years old, and one of the following—Red Cross Assistant Lifeguard, or Lifesaving Society Bronze Cross (certifications do not have to be current) and completed Swim Kids level 10 or equivalent.

Description: WSI prepares candidates to instruct all of the Red Cross Swim programs from Preschool and Swim Kids to Adult and Teen. WSI focuses on strategies to introduce and develop swimming and water safety skills. Candidates must complete all of the components of WSI—Skills Evaluation, WSI—Online, WSI—Teaching Experience and WSI—Classroom and Pool. Once candidates have successfully completed their in-water Skills Assessment they will receive their WSI package to work on their Online and Teaching Experience components, which must be completed prior to joining the Classroom and Pool component.

100% attendance & participation of all WSI course components is required. 

Contact us at aquatic@camrose.ca for more information on becoming an instructor!

Aquatic Renovation and Expansion Project Updates

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Grand Reopening Event Details

Come join us for the Grand Reopening of the Aquatic Centre on September 18, 2020! We will be hosting guided tours in the morning and then – what you’ve all be waiting for – SWIMMING!! Based on COVID-19 rules, we are only allowed to have a maximum of 80 users in our swimming pool area at a time.

Enter in the draw here for a chance to join us for one of our three FREE PUBLIC SWIMS on our Grand Reopening day!

Grand Reopening Event Itinerary

  • 9:30 am-12:00 pm – Guided tours for the public (In order to follow rules to prevent the spread of COVID-19, we will let groups of 10 in at a time every 15 minutes for guided tours throughout the facility. Attendees will be asked to physically distance outside until it is their turn to enter.)
  • FREE Public Swims (Must enter the draw for a chance to win a spot. COVID-19 rules and restrictions will be in place.)
    • 1:00 pm-3:00 pm – All Ages Public Swim
    • 5:00 pm-7:00 pm – Family Swim
    • 8:00 pm-10:00 pm – Ages 13+ for a ONE-TIME ONLY Late Swim

Full details regarding COVID-19 rules and restrictions will be posted soon.

See you on September 18th!

Can't make it to the event? That's ok! Our regular scheduling will begin on September 19, 2020 (pending COVID-19 rules and restrictions). 

Project Update - September 4, 2020

We’re in the homestretch! In two weeks from TODAY we’ll be reopening our doors! We’re currently busy with:

  • Orientation and training lifeguards and reception staff
  • Configuring Aquatic mechanical systems
  • Setting up Aquatics software
  • Planning Aquatics weekly schedules, and
  • Finalizing COVID-19 protocols

Make sure you check out our Grand Reopening Event details and register for your chance to win a FREE swim on our first day reopened!

Project Update - August 21, 2020

Things are very busy at the Aquatic Centre as we get ready to open our doors in just under 1 month!

A few of the things we have been up to:

  • Welcoming many new lifeguards and holding training sessions
  • Meeting with the Lifesaving Society on-site to finalize lifeguarding operations for maximum safety
  • Developing maintenance plans for Aquatic Centre mechanical systems
  • Setting up computers and IT equipment

Details about the Grand Reopening on September 18th will be released next week along with a sneak peek of the facility!

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Project Update - August 7, 2020

Lots of construction and operational planning activities are underway as we prepare to open mid September! Some other updates are:

  • The lobby is being finished this week
  • Commissioning has begun on various pool mechanical components and the waterslide
  • Employees are learning how to operate all of the circulation and filtration portions of operating the facility
  • Spray park completion is delayed due to wet weather this month and will unfortunately not be available for use this summer

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Project Update - July 24, 2020

Opening Date – September 18

The Aquatic Centre is scheduled to open to the public on September 18.  City Council recently approved for the Aquatic Centre to be open 60 hours per week this fall.  The pool’s schedule and hours will be posted on the website when finalized. 

Aquatic Programming

When the Aquatic Centre opens after September 18, 2020, we will be able to offer public swim and lane swim. Swimming lessons and other aquatic programming will be very limited at first due to COVID-19 restrictions.  We are working with aquatic authorities and monitoring how other pools begin to safely operate programming and we will adjust our plans as permitted.

Existing Passholders  

The remaining time left on all existing Aquatic passes that were put on hold due to the renovation will be honored.  After September 1, 2020, existing pass holders can call the Aquatic Centre at 780.672.9909 to reactivate their pass.      

New Pool Memberships & Room Rentals

After September 14, 2020, new pool memberships will be available to purchase online. There will be monthly, six-month, and annual passes as well as 10-pass punch cards.  

The new Aquatic Centre will also have several rooms available for bookings: the renovated Board Room and Kin 1 and 2 rooms as well as two new Aquatic Community Rooms (for pool birthday parties).  Online bookings for these rooms will open after September 14, 2020. 

COVID-19 Safety Precautions

Maximum pool capacity is currently restricted to 100 people in Alberta and all staff and swimmers must follow health authority guidelines including physical distancing, hand hygiene, staying home when ill, and more.  Protocols are being developed to safely use the pool and public spaces in the Aquatic Centre to be able to meet requirements from health authorities.

 

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Project Update - July 10, 2020

The construction site at the Aquatic Centre is still a busy place! Here are a few highlights:

  • Pool deck tile is complete, to be grouted
  • Steam Room tile is complete, to be grouted
  • Tiling prep and tile ongoing in staff area
  • Staff change rooms and office have been tiled
  • Final clean of expansion along with passivation of stainless steel is nearly complete
  • Hand rails install ongoing
  • North side walk - formwork is ongoing
  • Spray park excavation is ongoing for water supply and sanitary lines. Weather conditions will most likely delay its construction by a few weeks
  • Council approved a plan to open the Aquatics Centre targeting mid-September with 60 operational hours per week.

Stay tuned for more updates!

Important Update Regarding Swimming Lessons at the Ramada

The City of Camrose wants to extend a huge thank you to the folks at the Ramada Hotel for assisting us in continuing to offer our preschool swimming lessons and Water Therapy to the community while our Aquatic Centre has been under renovation.

Unfortunately, we will not be able to run any swimming classes over the summer.

Thank you all for your patience and understanding. We’re just as excited as you are to get into the pool! Be sure to keep an eye out for our advertisements for classes once we are able to start offering programming to the community again!

Project Update - April 21, 2020: Pool construction continues!

The pool construction has been progressing so far amid the pandemic. However, there is a chance that limitations due to COVID-19 may slow the process down. At this point we are still aiming for a September opening but recognize that there are greater chances of delays.

Thanks for your continued patience.

Project Update - June 13, 2019

The construction site is busy over at the Aquatic Centre with workers in all the different corner of the project.  Here are some of the highlights:

Schedule – The schedule is on time according to the updated schedule with an end date of August 2020. Clark Builders is working diligently on overlapping trades and they advised us that the updated schedule is very realistic based on sub trade availability and supply availability but they still are working to see if they can gain some time.

Existing facility roof – a large portion of the natatorium roof (pyramid over the pool area) has been opened up. All required beams have been replaced and to date approximately 1/2 of the wood decking on the roof has been replaced. This has allowed for the temporary center shoring beam and all other shoring to be removed. The Clearstory areas have been opened up and some required replacement structural studs and framing but less than originally anticipated. 

Project Update - May 24, 2019

Repairs continue on the Aquatic Centre. New beams are being installed to replace the rotten portion of the roof that was removed. Once the beams are in place, all the layers of the existing roof will be stripped back and new roofing installed.

Project Update - March 19, 2019

As Clark Builders began interior renovations, they discovered a significant amount of decay in the wooden roof structure of the existing pool, particularly in areas that were previously hidden within walls. As the work continued over the last five months, the consultants and engineers were able to quantify their findings and develop a proposal to tackle the repairs. The full report to council can be viewed here.

This revised plan will extend the project by approximately eight months, putting the completion date to around August 2020, and will cost an additional $6.3 million, bringing the total project cost to $24 million. Additional funding has been secured without requiring an increase to taxes; however, we will need to reduce or delay some planned capital projects in the future.

Although this has been a disappointing outcome for everyone involved, the result will be a better product for the long-term sustainability of the facility. As well, the architects and consultants have assured us that this route will still be cheaper than it would have been had we decide to demolish / rebuild and that we will end up with a “like-new” building.

As always, we will continue to provide updates as soon as we have them.

Project Update - November 15, 2018

During the early planning stages of the Pool Expansion and Renovation project, the Architect / Engineers responsible for the design performed a visual inspection of the building and determined that it was in reasonably good condition besides needing some minor roof repairs. A hazardous material assessment was also performed and indicated that there was some lead paint and asbestos in certain areas but the removal of this was budgeted.

However during the interior demolition phase, Clark Builders discovered that some of the previously hidden structural steel brackets and wooden roof beams had deteriorated. They also discovered additional areas where hazardous materials would need to be addressed. These findings have resulted in the need for further inspection, testing, and repair work.

At this point, the schedule and cost impacts are unknown until further inspection. Council called a Special Meeting on November 14, 2018 to approve an additional $500,000 of contingency funds to ensure there is enough approved budget to take care of the testing and temporary structural support. Fortunately, initial test results show the main concerns are two specific metal support brackets and one wooden beam. Approximately 2/3 of the beams and supports have already been tested.

Presently all exterior work is on schedule and steel structure installation has begun. However, the exterior work timeline will be dependent on the findings of the interior studies.

Project Update - September 24, 2018
The final design includes:
  • An addition to the existing building which will have an 8 lane 25m competition pool (lane pool) that will be deep enough for swimmers to dive in from the pool deck in the shallow end and from dive blocks in the deep end (10ft)
  • A brand new water slide that ends in a runway trough, rather than into the pool which is much safer for slide users and for swimmers
  • An in-ground 20 person hot tub
  • Two meeting/party rooms that have access right from the pool deck and to outside
  • A brand new outdoor water splash park to the immediate south side of the new addition.
  • A brand new leisure pool tank with lazy river and very shallow tots play area with play and spray feature along with a mid-size teach pool that will be about .7 to .9 m deep.
  • Fully updated change rooms with new tile, paint, fixtures, seating and showers
  • A fully family change room converted from the old meeting space and small family change room
  • A large welcoming front desk, new tile and paint in the front lobby
  • Larger staff change rooms 
Project Update - May 23, 2018: Aquatic Centre Renovation has been Approved!
We are excited to announce that the 2018 / 2019 Camrose Aquatic Centre Revitalization Plan has been approved!
With a total budget of $17,233,000, the plan includes the following:
  • An addition to the existing aquatic centre to the west.
  • An eight lane 25 m training / fitness pool with a depth of 1.2 m at the shallow end and 3 m at the deep end. This will include competitive diving blocks with sliding rails, a recreational diving board, integrated steps for easy access, and anchors for future play features. This pool will be kept slightly cooler, at around 28 to 28.5 degrees Celsius, compared to the existing pool, which is kept between 29 to 29.5 degrees Celsius.
  • A shallow pool at approximately 1 m deep that will be kept around 31 to 32 degrees Celsius and with easy access entry for water therapy and education.
  • A lazy river also kept at approximately 31 to 32 degrees Celsius.
  • A tots shallow play area with play and splash features that will also be kept at 31 to 32 degrees Celsius.
  • A new water slide that exits into a trough for fun and safe use.
  • An accessible in ground hot tub.
  • Upgrades to the existing change room facilities, including a major expansion to the Family change room. This will provide additional changing space during peak hours as well.
  • Renovations to the front lobby area to provide easier access to the front counter.
  • New heating, air conditioning and ventilation systems.
  • New pool filtration and water treatment systems for all the pools.
  • A steam room.
  • Upgraded fire and security alarm systems.
  • General cosmetic upgrades to the existing lobby and hall areas.
  • A new splash park on the South side of the new addition.
Construction will begin (as soon as permits are approved) with exterior work on the west side of the building during the summer of 2018 while the existing pool remains open to the public. Then in early fall of 2018 the entire facility will be closed for approximately 14 months while the remaining construction takes place. With this approval, we will be exploring fundraising and grant options to help offset the costs if feasible.
We would like to sincerely thank all the supporters who contributed to the design, from the seniors drop in groups, the swim club, syncro club, triathlon club, Special Olympics, lifesaving group, and all of the public.
Project Update - March 26, 2018

Clark Builders and BR2 Architecture provided Administration with some proposed phasing options which included cost options for the Aquatic Centre Project which were then taken to Council on February 20, 2018.


No concepts or decisions on budget have been made, but currently the options are:


Option 1

  • A full-phased with a minimal shut down
  • Total time of 26 months
  • Approximate cost of $18.1M
Option 2
    A full shut down
  • Total time of 15 months
  • Approximate cost of $16.6M
Option 3
  • A partial shut down
  • Total time of 18 months with a 12 month closure
  • Approximate cost of $16.9M
Watch the interior design rendering video. THIS IS ONLY A PRELIMINARY DESIGN. NO CONCEPTS HAVE BEEN APPROVED.
Project Update - January 19, 2018

BR2 Architecture (the designers) and the construction firm Clark Builders are finishing up the final touches on the design based on all of the feedback received from many sources.

Once that is complete, the next step will be to go to Council for approval before we move forward.

Stay tuned!

Project Update - December 6, 2017
The Request for Proposal for the Construction Management of the Pool Expansion Project closed November 24. Ten submissions received which are presently being reviewed.
Wawanesa makes donation to the Aquatic Centre Renovation & Expansion Project

Wawanesa generously donated $30,000 towards our Aquatic Centre Renovation and Expansion Project.

Wawanesa Cheque Presentation to Aquatic Centre

Pictured from left to right are: Darren Daniels from Central Agencies, Cynthia Hunter from Wawanesa, Aquatic Supervisor Marcia Peek, Recreation Facilities Director Dawn Phillips, and Mayor Norm Mayer.

Project Update - September 19, 2017

Last week City staff met with the project architects (BR2) to review the latest concept. These were the highlights:

  • The importance of keeping pool services open as long as possible - the idea is to keep the pool open while the expansion is being built and when that is finished, close off the old pool to complete more construction, and then when everything is finished, open the newly renovated building completely (if possible)
  • The spray park has been closed until 2019 when the structure is rebuilt (in a different location and using some of the refurbished original structures)
  • Discussions regarding the maintenance and upkeep for a sauna versus a steam room
  • The need to resurface the whole roof
  • Discussions around which water filters to use
  • Discussions around the possibility of Camrose County contributing some funding
  • Construction is tentatively scheduled to begin in April 2018
  • We will have a design to share with the public before the end of this year

Our next step is to get detailed pricing on the most recent concept from BR2 (which should be within the next few weeks) and then we will go from there.

Pool Reno Survey Results are in!
The City developed an online survey that was shared with citizens between April 12, 2017 and July 17, 2017 to allow them to provide their feedback about the pool renovations. View the pool survey results.
Project Update - August 10, 2017

City staff met with the architects for renovation design (a company called BR2) to discuss the latest rendering. It was decided that the next step will be to do a mechanical audit to figure out what machinery can be used in the renovated building.

The updated design will also be taken to user groups (the swim clubs), lifeguards and operations staff, maintenance staff, and Council to get their feedback on the practicality of the design.

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