The Kodiak Island Borough Community Swimming Pool features a 6-lane-by-25-yard competition pool, a 1-meter diving board, a 24- to 42-inch-deep learn-to-swim training area, and a toddler wading area with bench seating. With an ADA accessible ramp and stair entry, high school students and community patrons use the pool for a variety of lessons, fitness classes and special events. While swim team practice is in session,younger siblings and children can enjoy the adjacent shallow water.
The natatorium was built to replace an existing pool. Opened in 2009, it is a resource for local students as well as the growing community. Located on the grounds behind Kodiak Island Borough High School, the pool area features 17,000 square feet of space, including locker rooms.
The Kodiak Island Borough Community Swimming Pool features innovations such as on-site chlorine generation. This newer, saline pool-sanitizing technology costs less to operate, requires less storage space, and minimizes the necessity for deliveries and handling of chemicals. The pool also includes ultraviolet sanitization.