Help remodel the Sprinker Recreation Center – The Suburban Times


Pierce County Announcement.

Pierce County invites community members to submit ideas and feedback on the Sprinker Recreation Center (Sprinker) building upgrade via an online open house through April 29.

Located in the heart of the Parkland and Spanaway communities, Sprinker is Pierce County’s premier regional recreation center. Built in 1978, the building includes a National Hockey League regulation size ice rink, indoor tennis court, racquetball courts, banquet halls and a private kindergarten.

After 44 years, the building needs updates to meet current codes and improve accessibility. Along with the necessary changes, Sprinker officials want to take this opportunity to learn from the public how Sprinker’s interior spaces can better serve the community.

“It’s critical for us to hear from residents and regional communities to understand what the public needs are at Sprinker and how the building can reflect those communities,” said Benjamin Barrett, design and construction supervisor for Pierce County Parks.

Community feedback will be used to guide future improvements to the building. Full funding for the upgrades is underway and a construction schedule has not been set.

The online open house, short survey and virtual idea wall are available at Information is available in English and Spanish.

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