The city of Stockton is asking residents to fill out a survey and give their input about the new Victory Park pool renovations.

The Victory Park swimming pool, shown in an undated image, has been closed for years because of needed renovations. The city of Stockton is asking residents to chime in on what amenities they’d like to see as part of the facelift project. (Photo courtesy of Friends of Victory Park Pool/Facebook)

The 10-question online survey, available in English or Spanish, will be available until Sept. 6.

Victory Park pool, first constructed in 1948, is located at 1001 N. Pershing Ave., near fire station No. 6 and was previously closed down in 2013.

Community members will be asked to tell the city what services and programs they would like to see offered at the pool and in which ways they plan to make use of the pool.

City officials will also be available for questions about the pool renovations Wednesday, Aug. 17, during the Victory Park Concerts in the Park, which begins at 6 p.m.

Victoria Franco is a reporter based in Stockton covering San Joaquin County for Bay City News Foundation and its nonprofit news site Local News Matters. She is a Report for America corps member.

Victoria Franco, Bay City News

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