Welcome to the Vanderhoof Pool - Swim of Life & Leisure website.
Vanderhoof Aquatic Centre Founding Members Tally
pool supporters have signed-up.
Our goal is 1,000 members.
To sign-up, go to the District of Vanderhoof office and fill in a membership form. It costs only $5 to be a founding member!
Poster Contest Winners!
Kindergarten to Grade 3
Nikiya MacKinlay Gr.2 and Delaney MacKinlay K
Grade 4 - Grade 7
1st Place: Megan Boon Gr.5 EDS
2nd Place: Nicole Nevidon Gr.4 EDS
3rd Place (tie): Gracie Wiebe Gr.5 EDS and
Meghan Heyd Gr.5 Sinkut View
Thank you to all the students who entered the Poster Contest.
Letters of support
Please read the letters of support for an aquatic centre in Vanderhoof:
Since the referendum was passed in Febraury 2013, the District of Vanderhoof has been in the process of finding the remaining funds that will allow the District of Vanderhoof to move forward with building a pool and aquatic facility for Vanderhoof. As well, the District has hired architect company Bruce Carscadden to draft up designs for the facility.
Arcitect Bruce Carscadden has been hired by the District of Vanderhoof to design the pool facility. Click here for the drawings related to this plan, and a preliminary budget of the plan. There are many variables involved with the budget that can change the final cost of the project. These variables are being considered by the District of Vanderhoof.
Click Here for the results of the February 2013 referendum
Click Here to Download our brochure! (updated January 13, 2013)
Benefits of A Pool » Learn More
Here is a quick list of benefits for having a pool in a community - there are benefits for every member of the community.
- Long-term Health
- Youth Involvement
- Swimming Lessons
- Employment Opportunities
- Job Force Retention
"Our small businesses need quality roads and bridges to deliver goods and services. Workers need fast, efficient public transit to connect them to jobs. And growing companies count on high-quality community services, from libraries to hockey rinks, to attract skilled workers."
Quote from the Federation of Canadian Municipalities
Are you in the Regional District of Bulkley Nechako?
Click here to view maps of RDBN Area F.
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Feel free to contact one of our Pool Committee Members directly for more information or to have a conversation about a pool in Vanderhoof.
Councillor Steve Little (Chair)
Councillor Brian Frenkel
Meeting Minutes and Reports
For information regarding the minutes from previous Pool Committee meetings, and the reports from PERC, please visit the Pool Committee page on the District of Vanderhoof website.
We encourage everyone who has questions, or would like to learn more about this process and what it will mean to Vanderhoof to have a pool here - to please attend our open houses and public meetings. Please email us to get on our mailing list to receive notices of these events.