The Northbrook Sports Center will be receiving an infrastructure renovation this spring and summer as the Northbrook Park District continues to strategically address the Comprehensive Master Plan, Moving Forward 2026.

While the project follows the District’s mission to act as responsible stewards of physical assets, the following enhancements will also have a positive impact on user groups including an improved environment to maintain ice conditions, better rink color contrast for hockey players and safety improvements throughout the building.

To accommodate this project, the Northbrook Sports Center ice rinks and swimming pool will be closed from May 9 through September. While a difficult decision to make, these closures will support timely completion of the project.  Click here for project updates.

Meadowhill Aquatic Center is opening Memorial Day weekend.
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About
Northbrook Sports Center Pool features a 25-yard pool with six lanes, a leisure pool, a vortex pool, zero-depth entry, two diving boards, deep water diving pool with a drop slide and a climbing wall.

History
The Northbrook Sports Center Pool opened in 2017 following renovations to replace the nearly  50-year-old community pool. Before planning this project, the District conducted extensive research. This included analyzing program data from the past several years, reviewing trends and cost recovery data, obtaining community feedback and utilizing information about regional and national recreation trends.

One of the key goals was to upgrade aging infrastructure at the Sports Center Pool, including the tank, mechanical systems, underground piping and concrete deck.

The Illinois Park and Recreation Association (IPRA) presented the District with the 2017 Outstanding Facility Award for outstanding achievements in recreation facility design and development of the pool.