- Project scheduleJuly 2022 - May 2023
- Contractor nameOpsis Architecture
An indoor aquatic center and an indoor recreation center were ranked as the first and third most important future needs for improvements in the 2022 Parks, Recreation and Open Space (PROS) Plan community survey.
The City has contracted with Opsis Architecture to develop a robust recreation facility feasibility study grounded on the community needs identified in the 2022 PROS Plan to identify and evaluate potential locations and design concepts for an aquatics and recreation center and a community recreation center.
What is a facility feasibility study?
Facility feasibility studies are used to identify what sort of building(s) could be sited at different locations and what features they might include. The study will include preliminary geotechnical site evaluation, an environmental evaluation of the natural and built environment, and other due diligence processes.
Milestones and documents
- May 16, 2023: Recreation and Aquatics Center Feasibility Study Addendum(PDF, 6MB)
- March 31, 2023: Final Recreation and Aquatics Center Feasibility Study Report(PDF, 6MB) and Appendix(PDF, 19MB)
- March 21, 2023: Draft Recreation and Aquatics Center Feasibility Study(PDF, 23MB)
- February 21, 2023: Facility Feasibility Study Update(PDF, 8MB) to City Council
- November 15, 2022: Facility Feasibility Study Update(PDF, 9MB) to City Council
- September 20, 2022: Parks, Recreation and Open Space Plan adopted (R-5555)
- May 17, 2022: Parks Facilities Feasibility Study Scope of Work
- March 1, 2022: City Work Program Amendment(PDF, 5MB) (R-5514)
Learn more about the Parks Ballot Measure Initiative