Upgrades in Full Swing at Carpenter Pool, Boulder Res
Both Scott Carpenter Pool and Boulder Reservoir dove into construction on their new and improved facilities this summer. Sites saw construction crews mobilize, grading work happen, facilities be demolished, and new structures start to take form.
Stay-tuned for news on 2020 grand opening plans while tracking the progress on both projects at www.BoulderParkNews.org.
The popular Boulder Reservoir is getting a face-lift with replacement of the existing administration and bathhouse facility with a new Visitor Services Center. The new facility will replace the existing bath house and administration building providing an enhanced guest experience as well as improved functionality for reservoir operations.
The good news is the reservoir has been open this summer through construction. We just ask that you pardon the dust as work continues. Please note that swim season ends after Labor Day at the reservoir.
Financial support for beachfront amenities made possible by generous community donors. Take part in the Boulder Reservoir Capital Campaign at www.playboulder.org.
Scott Carpenter Pool
This project will transform this unique facility with two new pools and a variety of incredible aquatic features for the community. The project will also provide a complete remodel of the existing bathhouse and many access improvements to and through the park.
The $14.1 million contract for the Scott Carpenter Pool Enhancement project is made possible by a variety of funding sources, including $4.2 million by the 2017 renewal of the Community, Culture and Safety tax, $5.3 million by parks development excise tax and $4.7 million of Parks and Recreation capital improvement funds.