Nakata Pool is open again at Bainbridge Island Aquatic Center

Nakata Pool is open again at Bainbridge Island Aquatic Center

Nakata Pool at the Bainbridge Island Aquatic Center reopened Wednesday, July 10 following a temporary closure due to the usage of a faulty caulking product during recent maintenance.

Regular hours of availability are again being observed, officials said, and all aquatic programming and team practices have resumed.

The Bainbridge Island Metropolitan Park & Recreation District closed the Nakata pool last week due to issues with recent repairs, including failure of the caulking product selected by the contractor.

The district has reportedly removed the caulking from the pool and conducted water testing, results of which show that the water meets pool health standards and is safe for public use.

Visit www.biaquatics.org for more information about the pool’s schedule, events and fees.

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