The Redmond Pool is undergoing exterior ADA improvements that will take place Oct. 11 - Oct 26, depending on the weather. The pool and parking lots will remain open for the duration of the project, however, access to the front doors will be limited and patrons will be asked to access the building through the side patio door. Improvements include the addition of new ADA parking stalls in both the main and auxiliary lots, ADA ramps, removing and replacing the existing concrete plaza, and signage updates. The City's Operational partner, Wave Aquatics, has information on programs and activities. To plan your visit, please go to www.waveaquatics.org.
Phase I improvements were completed in summer 2020. The improvements in Phase 1 included new mechanical systems, air handling units, boiler systems, electrical, roof and windows, and improved circulation. Crews also repaired the concrete substructure of the pool, which was discovered to be compromised in October 2019.
Phase 2 improvements were completed in April 2021. Improvements include new pool decking, lobby and locker room upgrades, and Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) improvements.
Pool systems repairs and improvements occurred in two phases over two years.
Phase I repairs and improvements were completed in the summer of 2020 and include:
Phase 1 Improvements Include: - New mechanical systems - New air handling units - New boiler systems - Improved circulation - New electrical, roof and windows
Phase 2 work was completed in April 2021 and include:
Planned improvements for Phase 2 include the following: - Improved ADA access - Locker room and lobby enhancements - New pool decking - Plumbing upgrades
For open swim, lessons and classes at the Redmond Pool
The City of Redmond contracts with WAVE Aquatics for programming at the Redmond Pool. WAVE Aquatics staff are working to secure alternative locations. Please visit the WAVE Aquatics website for information specific to open swim, lessons or aquatics services during the improvements.