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File #: 17-0783   
Type: Report to Council Status: Information Only
Meeting Body: City Council
On agenda: 9/12/2017
Title: Washington Community Swim Center Update (Information Only)
Attachments: 1. Recommended Concept, 2. Revised Concept
Washington Community Swim Center Update (Information Only)

At the July 11, 2017 meeting, City Council approved the recommended conceptual design for the Washington Community Swim Center (Attachment 1) with direction to add a zero-depth entry, include a barrier between the splash pad and the sport pool, explore widening the sport pool, and to provide an informational report to council when those items have been incorporated (RTC No. 17-0670). Additionally, during and following the meeting, there were several questions about the best use of the rooftop solar zones of the new buildings.

This informational report contains the revised conceptual design with some detail about the changes and provides information about the status of the solar study.

Some discussion of the changes to the Revised Conceptual Design (Attachment 2) follows:

Zero Depth Entry- The zero-depth entry has been added as directed. In addition, the pool has been rotated 180 degrees so that the zero-depth entry edge is closer to the main entry and the splash pad. Also, since the zero-depth entry replaced the original step-in entry, a set of stairs has been added to the opposite end of the pool to comply with code requirements and to provide an additional access point at that southerly edge of the pool.

Splash Pad Barrier- A concrete seat bench has been added to the edge of the splash pad to provide a barrier to separate the splash pad from the pool. The shape of the splash pad has also been adjusted to better accommodate the space.

Sport Pool Width- The sport pool has been widened so that the shallow side and the deep side are both 32 feet wide and 25 yards long. This will provide additional instructional and play area in the shallow side and allow up to four lap lanes in the deep side. The additional width was accommodated by extending the east edge of the pool deck out to the edge of the existing landscaping along S. Pastoria Ave...

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