The Parks Replacement Bond-funded electrical systems and roof replacement projects are now complete.
Phase 1 - Matt Dishman Indoor Pool and Spa
Matt Dishman Indoor Pool and Spa received major repairs and renovation thanks to the Parks Replacement Bond. Due to a small part of this project (spa expansion) being eligible for System Development Charge (SDC) funding, the Parks SDC Fund contributed $10,000.
The project included resurfacing the pool, which addressed hollow locations behind the plaster and cracks in the sub-surface of the pool floor.
It also completely replaced the spa (which was leaking 1,000 gallons of water per day) with a larger capacity spa that can hold up to 20 users. The spa’s mechanical systems including piping, filters, chemical controllers, and chlorine systems have been replaced, and a new ultra-violet filtering system has been added.The three existing fiberglass sand filters for the pool have also been replaced with one high-efficiency filter.
Work was completed in October 2016.
Phase 2 - Matt Dishman Community Center Electrical Systems
Built in 1940, the community center’s electrical system is outdated and undersized. This project replaced components of the electrical system that were more than 40 years old. Improvements increased safety and reliability of the electrical system. Construction occurred in spring 2019 - summer 2019.
- Replaced main distribution panel in janitor’s closet including associated bussing, wires, and conductors.
- Moved electrical panel from gym into hallway outside gym.
- Installed light switches in gym so metal halide lights can be turned off without using the breakers.
- Relocated existing punching bag in boxing room to provide clear space around electrical panel.
Phase 3 - Matt Dishman Community Center Roof Replacement
Several areas of the Matt Dishman Community Center roof have been identified as being in poor condition, and there is evidence of water damage within the building from these areas. This project will investigate and repair the roof. This work is not expected to impact daily activities at the community center, but visitors may notice noise, odors, and other construction impacts. Work was completed in Fall 2020.
Phase 1 - Pool and Spa - COMPLETED
- Fall 2015 - Winter 2015/16: Design Development
- Winter 2015/16 - Spring 2016: Construction Documents
- Spring 2016 - Summer 2016: Permitting and Bidding
- Summer 2016 - Mid-October 2016: Construction / Pool Closure
- Mid-October 2016: Pool and spa reopened
Phase 2 - Electrical Work - COMPLETED
- Winter 2016/18 - Summer 2018: Project Set-up / Design Development
- Summer 2018 - Fall 2018: Construction Documents
- Fall 2018 - Spring 2019: Permitting and Bidding
- March 2019 - Summer 2019: Construction
Phase 3 - Roof Work - COMPLETED
- Fall 2018 - Winter 2018/19: Project Set-up / Design Development
- Winter 2018/19 - Spring 2019: Construction Documents
- Spring 2019 - Spring 2020: Permitting and Bidding
- Summer 2020 - Fall 2020: Construction