Park Description

FACILITY CLOSED AS OF JULY 25, 2015 FOR REPLACEMENT PROJECT.

Currently closed for replacement of pools. All scheduled public swim and swim lessons have been moved to the Lincoln Village Community Pool.

09-21-17: Eight proposals were received from architectural consultants for the Cordova Community Pool Replacement project. A consultant selection committee made up of District staff and representation from other agencies will review and evaluate the proposals. The committee’s highest-ranked consultants will be invited for interviews in October. District staff anticipates a contract with the successful design firm will go before the Board of Directors in November 2017.

The design process and construction documents will be completed over the next year. Construction will occur in 2019 with the pool opening expected in summer of 2020.

07-20-17: At the July meeting, the Board of Directors approved a Request for Proposals for Conceptual Design of the Cordova Community Pool. Consultant responses are due back at the end of August. CRPD anticipates public meetings on the project to occur this Winter. Please check our website for postings of future meeting dates and times.

05-30-17: The District is actively seeking funding from a variety of sources for the Cordova Community pool project. The project is currently in the design phase. CRPD has received a design option for a renovation of the facility and is researching additional sustainable design options.

We will continue to update the community on future outreach efforts and the progress of the pool project.

02-01-17: The District is currently working with Tricon Construction Inc. to develop plans based on community feedback received during an extensive, multi-year outreach process.  Preliminary design documents will be presented to the Board of Directors for approval in 2017. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Cristina James, our Park Planner, at cjames@crpd.com or via phone at 916-842-3312.

Cordova Community Pool Evaluation 07-28-14

To read minutes and table notes from the first visioning session, click here.

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