The Community Preservation Committee and the Parks & Recreation Commission have already approved Community Preservation Act funds for the $486,500 final design. (CPA funds can be used for the acquisition, creation, preservation, restoration, and support of open space, recreation, historic preservation, and housing.)

We are targeting next fall to start construction with swimmers and “splashers” having fun the summer of 2024.

The City Council meets tonight ̶  Monday, Sept. 19  ̶  at 7:45 p.m. in Council Chambers on the second floor of City Hall and via zoom at