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SARC sets annual closure dates

The Sequim Aquatic Recreation Center, 610 N. Fifth Ave., will be closed this September as a part of the center’s annual maintenance closure.

 

The facility is scheduled to be closed Sept. 2-22 (three weeks), and the pool from Sept. 2-29 (four weeks).

 

Pool closure includes sauna, steam room, hot tub and locker rooms.

 

Among the projects expected to be completed during the closure:

 

• Locker rooms: fix shower column, replace wall and ceiling tiles in women’s locker room

 

• Pool: repaint shallow pool, replace lane markers, replace boards in sauna/steam room, grout hot tub, replace tubing to pool pumps, change out pool wiring, replace chlorinators, change electric boxes

 

• Other facility areas: clean cardio and weight machines, deep clean all floors in facility, refinish racquetball court floors, repair wall in weight room, restore and refinish floor in gymnasium

 

• Outside, facility grounds: pressure-wash side of building, sidewalks and other areas of facility, sweep parking lot, paint lanes and arrows in parking lot, have all landscape (trees, shrubs, etc.) trimmed

 

“Although we have scheduled the time above to be closed, our goal is to complete the work before these dates and re-open earlier,” SARC executive director Scott Deschenes said. “If we are able to open earlier, we plan to notify patrons by e-mail.”

 

Sign up at www.sarcfitness.com or ask at SARC’s front desk to be added to the e-mail notification system.

 

Call 683-3344.

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