Joint statement from the Town of Zionsville and Azionaqua Swim Club
The Town of Zionsville and Azionaqua Swim Club have entered into an agreement in which both the Town and Azionaqua are actively exploring additional recreational opportunities for Town residents. The Town of Zionsville and Azionaqua have agreed to evaluate the possibility of collaborating to expand Azionaqua’s existing programming and recreation services into a broader offering for Zionsville residents. Both parties are working together, leveraging our joint resources, to reach the mutual goal of providing expanded opportunities for Zionsville residents.
This agreement is the first stage in assessing recreational opportunities. As part of the planning process, public input sessions, including stakeholder meetings and focus groups, will be announced in the future.
Mayor Emily Styron said, “For more than 60 years, Azionaqua has provided Zionsville residents and club members with family-friendly recreational swim opportunities. As we look to the future, Azionaqua and the Town of Zionsville are coming together with the shared goal of expanding fitness opportunities for residents of all ages. When I speak to residents, the most consistent request is: When will Zionsville open a Community Center? Together with the Zionsville Parks & Recreation Department, I am excited to work with Azionaqua to plan for our future so that residents can find the recreational opportunities they want right here in town.”
Azionaqua’s Exploratory Committee Chair Amy Tischer said, “Consistent with our membership feedback, Azionaqua is interested in exploring additional program, facility and site improvements that would directly benefit our members as well as the community of Zionsville. Azionaqua has a rich history of summer aquatic programs catering to families and fitness. The potential to develop our property and grow our services is very exciting as we plan for the years to come.”