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North Valley Aquatics Facility Study

During the public process, especially the meetings in Districts 1 and 4, there was considerable interest expressed in a North Valley swimming pool. The spacial analysis of pool facilities and level of service analysis for aquatics in the North Valley confirmed this need. Although more people at meetings and in the surveys expressed a desire for a North Valley pool facility than any other proposed facility, there was no consensus on the location. The largest group of respondents indicated a general desire for a pool somewhere in the North Valley. However, many respondents indicated a preference that the pool that was once at Raymond G. Sanchez Community Center be replaced. A smaller group preferred a more Mid-Valley location that has yet to be identified. The City of Albuquerque will be adding a new competition pool at its North Domingo Baca Multi-Generational Center site, which may relieve the need for a North Valley pool to include competition components in addition to recreation uses. An outdoor leisure pool will also have a much lower construction operations and maintenance costs. A planning study will be undertaken that will include a facility site selection process, a cost-benefit analysis and a survey targeted to North Valley residents.

Status: Planning

Estimated Completion: On-hold

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