Welcome to Mt. Lebanon Municipality’s  first-ever blog, an experiment we hope you’ll join in, sharing your ideas about the new aquatic center that is proposed for Mt. Lebanon Park.  At Mt. Lebanon Municipality, when we say we want public input, we mean it—and we want to be sure that our residents are well-informed as the proposed aquatic center project progresses through the feasibility study phase,  to the design, the funding and the eventual construction of a center that will serve our community well.

Whether you are a current Mt. Lebanon Swim Center user, someone who might use an aquatic center if it had different amenities or someone who  probably never use the center but are interested in the project,  we hope you’ll feel free to ask questions or make suggestions.

Mt. Lebanon’s public information office will maintain this site, but the postings will be a joint effort by other municipal departments (especially the recreation department) and Counsilman-Hunsaker,  the consultants for the feasibility study.

We will update our blog as new information becomes available and will respond to your questions as needed.


1 Comment Add your own

  • 1. Ed Fogarty  |  October 30, 2006 at 8:13 pm

    I am very much in favor of the Aquatic Center. I like to swim laps for exercise and agree with others that if the pool was heated earlier in the season, people would get much more use out of it. I would probably use the pool at least 3 times a week. I am also in favor of having olympic size lap lanes.

    I am single with no children but I still pay the same high property/school taxes of Mt Lebanon that people with children do so this is one way that I could see some value from my property taxes.


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