Recreation

Surprise wants input on its 3rd city pool

Meeting set for location recommendations

Posted 7/1/22

The city of Surprise is asking residents for help designing its third city pool.

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Recreation

Surprise wants input on its 3rd city pool

Meeting set for location recommendations

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The city of Surprise is asking residents for help designing its third city pool.

The Surprise City Council has earmarked funding to build a pool that will support all levels of competitive swimming in our community and provide a place to relax and cool off. The location and design have yet to be determined.

Here is how residents can weigh in:

• Online: Take the new pool survey through Aug. 26. This survey will take less than five minutes and gives residents the option to enter a drawing to win a family pool pass for 2023. The survey asks a variety of questions regarding location, if you currently use city pools, what features you’d like to see, etc.

• In Person: Join the city for a meeting with the Parks and Recreation Advisory Commission where residents can discuss and give ideas on the design and functionality of the new pool. It’s set for 6 p.m. Monday, Aug. 22 at City Council Chambers, 16000 N. Civic Center Plaza.

Surprise Aquatic Center and Hollyhock Pool are currently open for swimming.

Head to surpriseaz.gov/aquatics for information.

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