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Background History
Total cost of project, approximately $10.25 million

In March of 2006, voters in Rio Rancho overwhelmingly approved a $7 million general obligation bond to design and construct a center adjacent to the new Loma Colorado Main Library and across the street from Pulte Homes’ Loma Colorado master planned community

In addition to the general obligation bond, in an act of unprecedented public and private partnership with the City of Rio Rancho, Pulte Homes donated the remaining $3 million needed to fund this project (this follows a $100,000 contribution made by Pulte Homes to the Loma Colorado Main Library) In June of 2006, contract for the architectural services and design for the Aquatic Center was awarded to Dekker/Perich/Sabatini

In January 2007, Bradbury Stamm Construction was selected to construct facility

Groundbreaking Ceremony for facility took place on February 13, 2007

Facility includes: 8-lane 25-yard competition pool, zero depth 3-lane 25-yard warm up pool, recreation pool with play features, double flume slide, 2 multipurpose rooms for party/conferences, spectator seating, water polo goals, and an ADA hydraulic chair lift

Facility houses the Pulte Homes Competition Pool

Facility opened to the public on June 06, 2008