Sacramento is one big step closer to having its first Olympic-sized swimming pool. And thatâ€™s not all: water slides, a meeting space and shaded bleachers are part of the plans as well.
The Sacramento City Council is set to approve $14.4 million in funding for the North Natomas Community Center and Aquatics Center â€“ the last piece of funding needed to make the long-awaited $45 million project happen.
The center, being built at North Natomas Regional Park, will feature the cityâ€™s first 50-meter competition pool with 13 diving boards and lanes. It will also feature a 25-meter pool, four water slides, a shallow kidsâ€™ pool, and a kidsâ€™ rope course and play area,Â according to renderings created by BCA Architects.Â Reclining chairs, cabanas, an open lawn and shaded bleachers facing the 50-meter pool are also planned.
The pool will be attached to a community center, featuring a large meeting space, locker rooms and bathrooms, James Christensen, facilities manager, told the City Council Tuesday.
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