Heritage Aquatic Center

After weeks of renovation, the remodeled Heritage Aquatic Center is now open for use. The $690,000 project was a joint effort between the City of Irving's Parks and Recreation, and Building and Equipment Services departments.

Updates and renovations include:

  • Resurfacing and replacing tile in the 120,000-gallon pool and current channel.
  • Resurfacing the center's spa. 
  • A new climate control unit to provide cooling and dehumidification of the air, as well as heat for the pools and spa.
  • An LED smart overhead lighting system to provide brighter illumination, longer bulb life, improved energy efficiency and remote monitoring of light conditions and functions.
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Water Temperature


The water temperature for the main pool is kept around 84 degrees, and the spa is maintained between 96 and 100 degrees.

Accessibility


A ramp, chair lift, and shallow steps are offered to assist getting into the pool and all have hand rails on both sides. There is also a water chair for patron convenience.


Swim Attire


Proper swim attire is required. No basketball shorts or street clothes are allowed. Participants 7 years and younger are required to have an adult both accompany and supervise them in the water at all times. Life jackets are available for any age.