The Copper Sky Aquatic Center will close down for the winter, the city announced Saturday.
The public pool, now almost 10 years old, will close Dec. 1 until early spring to undergo what the city called “a necessary and exciting facelift.”
The city will replaster both pools and the upgrade filtration systems to ensure the longevity and safety required to operate.
“In selecting a vendor, we worked to ensure this project could be accomplished as quickly as possible,” the city said in a statement. “While we understand the length of time of this closure isn’t convenient, the critical facility maintenance and public safety nature of these required items is something we must prioritize accordingly.”
The city chose winter months to minimize disruption and roll into the warm season with a revitalized aquatic center.
The city will also install new shade structures and the increase available deck space to offer more seating options.
“With these upgrades, we aim to create a more comfortable and accessible pool environment and improve the overall experience while visiting the facility,” the statement read. “Thank you for your patience during this project. We eagerly anticipate welcoming you back to experience the remarkable improvements early next year.”