The City of Fircrest has initiated the process for the rebuild or renewal of the Roy H. Murphy Community Center and Pool.  Built in 1962, the existing pool has widespread recognition of issues; the cost of renovating the pool approaches the cost of a new pool that would fix these problems and provide more current amenities. The City obtained the services of ARC Architects in 2016 to perform a pre-design and planning study, which recommended that the pool be replaced with a new pool with a new 50-year lifespan. A survey conducted in 2017 showed strong support for saving the pool and this input will be a part of the ongoing process of developing a long-term plan to address the future needs of the community center and the swimming pool.  Since the survey, the City has acquired the services of a bond underwriter and bond counsel for guidance on developing a sound financing structure to finance the project.  ARC Architects will continue to guide the City to select a preferred option, a financial plan to fund the project, and sufficient information to fully inform the public

Planning Documents

Survey Results

Financing Documents