BCHD Seeks Community Input Regarding Potential Aquatics Facility

Beach Cities Health District (BCHD) is looking for the community’s input this weekend on a potential aquatics facility as part of their proposed Healthy Living Campus master plan.

Current plans for the site on N. Prospect Avenue in Redondo Beach call for a 220-unit assisted living facility, medical office buildings, a Community “Wellness Pavilion” and an enhanced Center for Health & Fitness facility, which would include the potential aquatics center.

BCHD has retained Ballard*King & Associates (B*K) as an aquatic consultant.  B*K is working to determine what should be included in an aquatic facility and considerations surrounding the costs associated with operating such a facility.

One component of B*K’s scope of service includes a community survey, which is available until Sunday evening at 6 p.m. The survey, which takes about 5-10 minutes to complete, is available at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/BeachCitiesSurvey .


comments so far. Comments posted to EasyReaderNews.com may be reprinted in the Easy Reader print edition, which is published each Thursday.

Written by: Dan Smith

Be an Easy Reader Free Press supporter!

Yes, we know Easy Reader and EasyReaderNews.com are free. But they are not free to produce. The advertiser model that traditionally supported newspapers is fading away. This is our way of transitioning to a future where newspapers are supported by their readers. Which is as it should be. We hope you’ll support us. — Kevin Cody, Publisher