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City Seeking Community Opinions About Future of HFAC

Help us define the future of our pool

The City of Hilliard wants to hear the community’s thoughts about the future needs of the Hilliard Family Aquatic Center.

The City is beginning a community input process that will include a survey and public meetings.

“The Hilliard Family Aquatic Center has served this community for decades, and with all the great things happening in our parks we also are thinking about how that facility will serve the community into the future,” said Ed Merritt, Director of Parks and Recreation. “It’s important to us that our residents have an opportunity to weigh in on this topic. Public meetings and an online survey will be key to that process.”

Future plans could include possible redesigns and modifications to the facility to make it more convenient, safer, and more cost effective and practical to manage.

As we begin thinking about the future of the facility, we want to hear thoughts from you — our community! We want to hear how our residents think we should plan for the HFAC’s future. What kind of amenities should the facility continue to offer? How can the facility be improved?

The City will be hosting in-person community meetings to collect your feedback. The meetings will be at 6 and 7 p.m. Wednesday, July 12, at the Hilliard Family Aquatic Center:

6 p.m.: Meeting for the general public (RSVP’s appreciated)
7 p.m.: Meeting for representatives of swim teams and other community groups (RSVPs appreciated)

You also can share your thoughts today by taking the survey at talk2us@hilliardohio.gov! (Quick registration for an account is required, but the City does not share any information.)

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