In November 2012, the City Council and Park Commission kicked off a feasibility study for a new community center/natatorium. SFS Architecture partnering with Barker Rinker Seacat Architecture (BRS) was selected to conduct the study.
The Community Center Feasibility Study examined options related to size, amenities, programming and community support. The Feasibility Study process consisted of several meetings involving a steering committee, city staff, community center experts, multiple public meetings and survey results.
On Monday, April 29 the final report was presented to the City Council. This report includes market analysis, construction cost estimates, projected operating expenses and facility location and building renderings.
To see the Final Report, click here.
To see the PowerPoint Presentation, click here.
To see the Day in the Life Council presentation, click here.