After a more than one-month closure, pools are filled and ready for reopening Monday, Nov. 25.

The closure came after the learner pool failed to comply with Oregon Health Authority code for public water systems, leading to the possibility of cross contamination between the learner pool and main pool. Work will be completed Sunday night or Monday morning, Archibald said at the Tuesday, Nov. 19 meeting of the Sunset Park and Recreation District. 

The learner pool, spa and lap pool have all been replastered. Included in those lengthy shutdowns have been upgrades or added underwater lighting in both bodies of water and added drainage for when a heavy bather load occurs.

The entire filtration system for the lap pool has been replaced, allowing the district to keep a cleaner and more efficient body of water.

Project work is estimated at about $90,000

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