Tag: community recreation

Ground Breaking for the Louisville Recreation & Senior Center

On August 18th, the City of Louisville officially broke ground on the Louisville Recreation & Senior Center and Memory Square Pool Expansion project.

The project includes a significant addition and renovation to the current center which includes a new leisure pool, lesson/exercise/lap pool, fitness center with group exercise studios, a turf gym, new preschool and indoor playground, and extensive renovation and addition to the senior center including lounge, meetings rooms, game room, and a new catering kitchen. The Memory Square Pool will also receive a renovated bath house and children’s pool and a new shade structures for additional covered areas.

Currently we are contemplating a Fall 2018 completion date for the Recreation & Senior Center.

It is anticipated that Memory Square Pool improvements will occur between October 2017 and May 2018 with a grand re-opening in May 2018.

To view the SCD project page, click here.

Project Progress Report: Commerce City Recreation Center Beam Raising Ceremony

On Thursday, June 29th members from the Commerce City Council participated in a beam raising ceremony for the new recreation center located at 112th and Potomac. After some words from Mayor Sean Ford and Mark Olesen (Pinkard Construction), members from City Council and Parks and Recreation staff, along with the design & construction teams were encouraged to sign the beam before it was lifted and installed into place. Construction is targeting a Spring 2018 completion. Learn more about the project here: www.c3gov.com/secondcreek.

Recreation-Senior Center & Memory Square Pool Expansion Presentation on May 4th, 2017

Louisville Rec Center Rendering Southwest

The Louisville Recreation-Senior Center & Memory Square Pool Expansion is progressing smoothly through design development.

The project team made their second public presentation to the City of Louisville with updates on design, timelines and sustainability measures on May 4th, 2017.

Please click on the link below to view the PowerPoint presentation.

May 4th Project Update PowerPoint