Promoting health, wellness and an active lifestyle.
The existing Moorhead Community Center was built in 1975 and renovated in 1988. With almost 30 years in its current state, the facility was outdated and in need of another renovation or replacement to support their growing membership. The City hired Barker Rinker Seacat Architecture to complete design of a new 38,645-s.f. facility. During the process, the City established the following goals for the facility:
- to promote health and wellness
- to provide a safe place for students to go after school
- to offer the community a place to gather and connect
Taking into account the City’s goals, the BRS design includes a gymnasium, community room, fitness spaces, locker rooms, teen room, party/babysitting room, and updates to the outdoor pool. The exterior renovations create pedestrian connectivity and a safe entry and exit for patrons. Citizens of Aurora are excited about their new facility.
Explore the center with a video tour of the facility from AuroraTV.org