3601 Pacific Ave Stockton, CA 95211
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About Chris Kjeldsen Aquatics Complex
Originally constructed in 1973, Chris Kjeldsen Pool has served the University of the Pacific and Stockton communities well for nearly 40 years. The current campaign to add new light standards and lights in 2012 will enable the University of the Pacific to conduct evening practices and competitions for what is already one of the busiest facilities in the City of Stockton.
Located on the east side of the Chris Kjeldsen Swimming Pool Complex, the Pacific Aquatics Center contains 4,000 square feet of space, including coach and lifeguard offices, team locker rooms and showers, and ample storage space to protect swimming pool equipment from the effects of the weather. Completed in 1997 at a cost of app. $400,000, the Pacific Aquatics Center also provides a safer entry to the pool for physically challenged swimmers and allows control of access for optimum supervision of the pool area.
In 2007, the pool and pool deck underwent a $1.2 million dollar renovation, including a new scoreboard, updated mechanical equipment, and a rim flow gutter system. Additionally, the pool was resurfaced with new siding to make it one of the fastest pools in the west.