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We want to make sure that Council is aware that just because our pools are not suitable to be re-developed into a large, feature-laden aquatics centers, that shouldn’t preclude us from getting the basic repairs and maintenance needed to keep the pools open and functional, especially since the usage of Big Stacy is is one of the most-used pools in the entire city.

Extra Waste stickers will not be necessary for collection of that additional trash.

In an effort to reduce storm related collection delays in the future, WM is currently implementing a reroute for some customers in Reno, Sparks, Carson City, Washoe Valley, Dayton and Moundhouse.

In 2013, the City of Austin Parks and Recreation Department began an Aquatic Assessment which resulted in a phased approach to aquatic master planning.

The Master Plan will help the Parks and Recreation Department decide how to manage aging pools and guide installation of new pools where they are most needed.