Will privacy and safety be improved in the new aquatics change space?

There will be no “nude zones” in the new change rooms—the old men’s and women’s change rooms previously had open areas which allowed for individuals to change in the open, but this will no longer be the case. In other words, clothing will be required in all open areas.

With the increased number of stalls and increased amenities within the stalls, pool users will be able to access their own, private space to change. 


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1. When did the closure begin and how long will it take?
2. Why has the opening been delayed?
3. What upgrades are being done?
4. Why do these upgrades need to be done?
5. How will the facility be more accessible?
6. Where can I go to swim during the closure?
7. What is the plan for the new aquatics change space?
8. How has the aquatics change space been modernized?
9. Will privacy and safety be improved in the new aquatics change space?
10. Why didn’t the City build a new pool first?
11. What will happen to my membership with the Maple Ridge Leisure Centre?
12. Will the registered programs, arts programs, adult programs, etc continue to run?
13. Will the retrofit affect Memorial Peace Park?
14. What temperature will the Leisure Pool be?
15. Will the new pool use chlorine?
16. Will the facility be opened in time for the 2020 BC Summer Games?
17. Will the diving board and rope swing return?
18. Who do I contact if I need help figuring out an accommodation plan that works for me?
19. What is the plan for the new aquatics change space?
20. What areas of the MRLC remain open?