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Morrisville Aquatics and Fitness Center
Renovating the facility with improvements such as tennis courts, a new, enclosed pool and interior renovations.  Click here to view pre- and post-renovation information about MAFC.

Project Cost and Schedule
Estimated cost:
Approximately $3.5 Million

Anticipated Schedule:
Design: 9 Months
Construction: 12 Months

Project Background
  • Built 1988 as Huntington Athletic Club – intended to serve as an amenity to the residents of Huntington Woods

  • Town purchased facility in March, 1993 as town’s first recreational facility

  • At the time, the facility served a community of 1,000 – 2,000 people.  The Town’s population is currently over 20,000 people

  • Current pool is not sufficient to allow space for current programming and requested member use (lap swimmers)

  • Interior renovations would be intended to meet demand for larger group fitness studio (currently only fits approximately 14 people) and larger weight room

Project Facts

  • Expands available space for aquatics and programming and self-directed use
  • Expanded/improved weight room and group fitness classroom
  • Possibility of child care area
  • Potential new revenue through memberships and additional swim lessons

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Morrisville Community Park

Morrisville Community Park Phase 3
Adding new amenities, such as tennis courts, horseshoe pits, Frisbee golf and a greenway extension

Project Cost and Schedule

Estimated cost:
Approximately $2.2 Million

  • Design: $300,000
  • Construction: $1.9 Million 

Anticipated Schedule:
Design: 6 Months
Construction: 12 Months

Project Background

Morrisville Community Park property was deeded to the Town of Morrisville in 1992.  Shortly afterward the first phase of the park included a playground, shelter and restroom was completed.  In 2004 the Town completed the second phase which included the addition of two baseball fields, greenway trail, restroom/concessions and parking. 

Phase III will allow for individual recreation with an emphasis on environmental conservation and educational opportunities.  This portion of the property encounters more environmental challenges and opportunities to view unique natural habitats along the greenway trail.  The existing open area near Kudrow Lane will be used for up to five tennis courts with lights.  Morrisville’s tennis demand is increasing and the need for free play tennis has not been satisfied.  The plans include establishing the first Frisbee golf course in Morrisville.

Project Facts

  • This project utilizes existing inventory of Town property, no acquisition required

  • A portion of the project is located within the floodplain

  • Additional tennis courts are one of the more requested facilities

  • The proposed tennis courts are intended to have lights

  • Installation of an irrigation system on  the multi-purpose fields will improve the quality of the turf while reducing the frequency of repairs by staff

  • Tennis courts and greenway trails have lower maintenance costs compared to new athletic fields

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Morrisville Aquatics and Fitness Center

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