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City is Inviting Residents to Visit Remodeled Indoor Aquatic Centers


Irving, Texas. November 12, 2018

The rainy, crisp days of fall are here, and there is never been a better time to visit Irving’s Heritage Aquatic Center and the North Lake Natatorium. 

Since 2017, the City of Irving has worked to improve the indoor aquatic facilities, with the goal of delivering an inviting, visitor-friendly experience to the popular attractions. The community facilities have long provided fitness and social destinations for Irving’s residents and visitors. With the renovations now in place, the amenities will continue to serve and enrich the lives of the Irving community.


In 2018, the City of Irving renovated the Heritage Aquatic Center, 200 S. Jefferson St.Opens a New Window. The $650,000 project included resurfacing the 120,000-gallon pool, as well as the large spa and current channel. 

A new climate control unit was installed to provide cooling and dehumidification for the air, as well as heat for the pool and spa. The center also received a new lighting package with ceiling lights and underwater lighting for the pool.  

For more information, visit Heritage Aquatic Center or call (972) 721-7310.


In 2017, North Lake Natatorium reopened after a $7 million remodeling project that involved the City of Irving, Irving Independent School District and North Lake College. Among the updates were a new roof to replace the facility’s pressurized air roof, a climate control unit, changing rooms, and electrical and lighting upgrades.

The North Lake Natatorium is at 5001 N. MacArthur Blvd. For more information, visit North Lake Natatorium. or call (972) 756-0860. 

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