“Many of the customer-service processes throughout our district are handled by each individual business and the use of separate software systems,” said Tom Carosello, Executive Director of EVRPD. “Opening the community center will be the first step in bringing our entire district into one system to serve our community more efficiently and cost effectively.”
The Estes Valley Community Center, which has a tentative February 2018 opening date, will have daily rates, 20-visit punch cards and annual memberships. Youth rates and senior (55 years and older) rates are discounted, and family memberships include two adults plus all dependent children under 19 years old living in the household. A monthly auto-pay option is also available, which allows the annual pass rate but requires a one-year commitment.
“We worked hard to develop a fair and competitive fee structure for our future members and guests,” said Teresa Jackson, Manager of Community Center Operations. “It is yet another milestone in the process of opening a one-stop recreation facility in Estes Park.”
The Estes Valley Community Center will be a state-of-the-art recreation facility offering an indoor walking/running track, weight room with free weights and selectorized machines, cardio equipment and group fitness room. There will also be a multicourt gymnasium, multipurpose room with attached commercial kitchen, classroom, party room, game room, lap pool (six lanes and 25 yards in length), a leisure pool with waterslide, a lazy river with interactive play features, and drop-in childcare while using the facility.
Entrance fees and memberships will provide access to all facility amenities. Without a membership, users can access senior services programs, the upper and lower lobbies, the indoor walking/running track and indoor playground.
For more information about the new community center, visit evrpd.com or call Teresa Jackson at 970-586-7556.