Learn more about the San Gabriel Valley Aquatic Center Project!
The SGV Aquatic Center project will include an Olympic-sized swimming pool, practice/recreation pool, aquatic center building which will house changing rooms, classrooms, and offices, a public park, a plaza that will connect the aquatic center to Allen J. Martin Park, a parking lot, and sustainable features and landscaping. The project will be located at 14804 Temple Avenue in the unincorporated community of West Puente Valley.
Open Park Space
Plazas and open areas to support gatherings and recreation.
Natural playground for ages 2-12.
California-friendly sustainable landscaping and trees.
4,200 square foot pollinator garden.
Looped walking path with exercise equipment circuit.
13,000 square foot aquatic center building with classrooms, entry lobby, staff offices, and men's, women's, family, and all-gender changing rooms & restrooms.
New state-of-the-art swimming facilities for recreational use by a wide range of users.
Olympic sized swimming pool that allows for competitive swim.
Practice pool for free and reduced price classes for all ages, including water aerobics, learn to swim, and swim safety.
Shaded bleachers and open gathering areas for events and competitions.
Stormwater capture and low-impact development infrastructure.
LEED rated buildings and facilities.
Energy efficient equipment.
Water bottle filling stations.
EV charging stations.
Ways to Participate and Provide Input
Help shape a new civic art piece planned for the aquatic center project. Email your responses to the following three questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
What words would you use to describe what you like best about your community or neighborhood?
What celebrations or activities are important to you in expressing your culture?
What are your favorite cultural organizations in San Gabriel Valley? These can be large or small.