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  • Arizona Community Says Free Pool Makes Fiscal Sense

    Marana park officials are hoping to improve attendance and they say the fee's collected aren't enough to pay the salary of the employee who collects them. They're hoping making the pool free will create more opportunities.

  • California Waterpark Gets New Name

    The new owners of a Palm Springs attraction will add more rides as part of a rebranding that will premier at the Grand reopening this March.

  • Phoenix Fitness Center Earns Best of Aquatics Title

    This fitness center dedicated to people with disabilities stands out from the rest.

  • Social Cues

    Until 2011, Dolphin Pools & Spas in Phoenix relied heavily on print ads and used very little social media.

  • Pool Renovations Jump as Arizona Rebounds

    In what is perhaps another sign that the economy is beginning to turn around, new investors are beginning to pick up the pieces of the Arizona apartment and multifamily complex market. And with the infusion of investment capital, new owners are updating p

  • Record Drowning Deaths Reported — Why?

    Arizona has recorded double the number of drowning deaths so far this year and officials are struggling to figure out why, and what can be done to prevent any additional tragedies.

  • USA Swimming Names New Team Director

    A University of Arizona swim coach has been hired as USA Swimming’s new national team director

  • Grand Wailea

    Grand Wailea’s featured pool complex, the Canyon Activity Pools, is a series of nine pools connected by a river.

  • Bob Hubbard | Hubbard Family Swim Schools

    As owner of Hubbard Family Swim Schools in Phoenix, Bob Hubbard is a true entrepreneur.

  • A Diverse Pool

    City Of Phoenix Aquatics