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TEST TW WEATHER

Swimming Pool Fundraiser

Funds Raised:
$
Goal: $4.45 Million
Build the Pool

Current Fundrasier: You’ve Been SPOOKED 👻 🎃

A socially distanced “Build The Pool“ Fundraising event!
Who do you want to SPOOK?
For $20.00 each, you can spook as many family and friends as you would like.
What’s included?  Rural Route 1 popcorn, a bottle of water with Halloween straw, and an assortment of candy in an adorable Spooky Halloween container.
Here’s what You Do:  deliver the You’ve been Spooked baskets to family and friends front door before Halloween, ring the doorbell, and RUN!!!
Here’s how it works:  Let us know how many baskets you would like.  Contact Mary Jo Rupert Erickson, Tammy King, or Molly Wiegel.
Pick-up will be on Thursday, October 28th from 5:30-7:00 pm at the Johnson Public Library drive-through.
Please make checks payable to the City of Darlington Pool Fund and send payment to:
Mary Jo Erickson
200 Huntington Court

Darlington, WI 53530

Thank you for supporting our “Build The Pool”campaign!

CITY OF DARLINGTON COMMUNITY POOL
ESTABLISHED 1958
POOL RENOVATED 1986
BATHHOUSE RENOVATED 2000

Build the Pool Project Information

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The current swimming pool has served the community for approximately 62 years.

The pool provides many things for our community, such as:

A safe place for all ages, an opportunity to learn how to swim, Summer employment for young adults, adult swim, water aerobics, and family fun.

The swimming pool has outlived its life expectancy and now needs to be replaced.

  Why do we need a new pool?

  • The pool is out of level and tilting downhill.
  • Diving hopper does not meet code requirements.
  • The bathhouse has ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) and IBC (International Building Code) requirement concerns.
  • Main pool vessel leaks 6,000+ gallons of water per day.
  • The pool deck is uneven.
  • Possible cracks in the main pool vessel or in the expansion joints.
  • The mechanical system is in poor condition.
  • The lifeguard chairs are a safety concern and do not meet OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) requirements.
  • Main pool and wading pool are not ADA compliant.