The old kids' pool at the Ontario Aquatic Center. (Rachel Parsons/The Enterprise)
The Ontario Recreation District wants residential input on their newly released pool plans.
The plans range from $2.5 to $4.2 million, from a costly indoor pool that the district can’t maintain for more than five years, to an outdoor seasonal pool.
The plans do not include lockers or bathrooms.
The district is independent of the city, and receives $600,000 in annual funding. Half of that funding goes to the aquatic center and the splash pad, and the district will fundraise more money to pay for the project.
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