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Aquatics Recreation Community Center Project

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As a result of extensive public outreach and feedback, a comprehensive evaluation of the City’s existing recreation programs and facilities, and an assessment of market conditions, the proposed recommended facility components include:

  • Approximately 8,700 sq. ft. facility
  • 13-lane competition/lap pool (25 yds. x 32 m)
  • Recreation pool
  • 250-person community hall/banquet facility
  • Child watch area
  • Classrooms, party room, activity and art rooms
  • Wood floor studios
  • Single-court gymnasium
  • Fitness room
  • Community spaces
  • Administrative offices and other support spaces

The need for indoor recreation facilities for Kirkland’s growing population has been identified by residents for many years and confirmed by recent surveys. In 2014 and 2015, citizen surveys rated an indoor recreation and aquatics center as a high priority.  In 2013, the City of Kirkland initiated a siting study for an aquatics center when the Lake Washington School District announced it would not fund the renovation or replacement of the Juanita Aquatics Center (Juanita High School indoor pool).

 

Read more about the project history and background. ( 784KB)

 

Parks Department Hours:
8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday - Friday
505 market st. Kirkland WA 98033

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