• Aug 03, 2021

    Share your ideas - Complete the City's Centennial Pool Change House design survey

    The City of Campbell River is inviting residents to provide feedback on two potential design options for rehabilitation of the Centennial Pool change house facility.

    One design would see the current layout mostly retained with modest improvements. A second design would see the facility modernized to a largely universal style changing village concept open to the pool deck with individual changing stalls.

    High level costing for both options is included for information. The City has currently allocated $350,000 in capital funding to the project and is seeking senior government grant funding for the remainder.

    “The Centennial Pool is beloved by the local community and we are excited about the possibility of upgrading the change house to provide an even more welcoming and accessible facility. We would love to hear from residents about the new design options,” says Amber Zirnhelt, Director of Planning & Recreation.

    The survey and designs are on display at the Centennial Pool and posted online at: https://bit.ly/3yAr12l 

    The survey will run through August 22, 2021.

    Find pool information and schedules at campbellriver.ca/pools

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    Contact: Meghan Lawley - Recreation & Culture Supervisor is 250-923-7911
    Full news release 

Share your ideas - Complete the City's Centennial Pool Change House design survey

by Tanya Wood | Aug 03, 2021

The City of Campbell River is inviting residents to provide feedback on two potential design options for rehabilitation of the Centennial Pool change house facility.

One design would see the current layout mostly retained with modest improvements. A second design would see the facility modernized to a largely universal style changing village concept open to the pool deck with individual changing stalls.

High level costing for both options is included for information. The City has currently allocated $350,000 in capital funding to the project and is seeking senior government grant funding for the remainder.

“The Centennial Pool is beloved by the local community and we are excited about the possibility of upgrading the change house to provide an even more welcoming and accessible facility. We would love to hear from residents about the new design options,” says Amber Zirnhelt, Director of Planning & Recreation.

The survey and designs are on display at the Centennial Pool and posted online at: https://bit.ly/3yAr12l 

The survey will run through August 22, 2021.

Find pool information and schedules at campbellriver.ca/pools

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Contact: Meghan Lawley - Recreation & Culture Supervisor is 250-923-7911
Full news release