Community Pool

The City of Windcrest community pool is closed.  

Aquatics Center Special Bond Election - May 7, 2022

On May 7,2022, Windcrest voters will have the opportunity to vote on Proposition A, for the purpose of designing, acquiring, constructing, and equipping a new aquatic centerat Jim Seal and Crestway Drive as part of the City's public park system.  Refer to the Notice of Election May 7, 2022 for a list of Vote Centers within Bexar County.  All Windcrest voters may vote at the Takas Park Civic Center, located at 9310 Jim Seal Drive.

What is on the ballot? 

Proposition A:

The Special Bond Election, Proposition A, would dedicate funding for the purpose of acquiring, constructing, renovating, improving, and equipping an aquatic center as part of the City's public park system.


If Proposition A passes it would allow the City to seek funding in a form of debt obligation that, when issued, provides local government with funds to finance large capital improvements. At the City Council Meeting on February 7, 2022, Ordinance 2022-002(0) was approved calling a bond election, authorizing to issue and sell one or more series of general obligation bonds of the City in the aggregate principal amount of not more than $5 million. 


How will Proposition A read on the ballot?

  • CITY OF WINDCREST – PROPOSITION A: "THE ISSUANCE OF NOT TO EXCEED $5,000,000 OF CITY OF WINDCREST, TEXAS GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS FOR A NEW AQUATIC CENTER AT JIM SEAL AND CRESTWAY DRIVE, AND THE LEVYING OF A TAX IN PAYMENT THEREOF."
  • (CIUDAD DE WINDCREST -PROPUESTA A): ("LA EMISIÓN QUE NO EXCEDERÁ DE $5,000,000 DE BONOS DE OBLIGACIÓN GENERAL DE LA CIUDAD DE WINDCREST, TEXAS PARA UN NUEVO CENTRO ACUÁTICO EN JIM SEAL Y CRESTWAY DRIVE, Y LA IMPOSICIÓN DE UN IMPUESTO PARA EL PAGO DE LO ANTERIOR.")

Frequently Asked Questions(FAQ)

Refer to Frequently Asked Questions for additional information.  Please submit any questions not addressed to citysecretary@windcrest-tx.gov and we will follow up with a response.  The question in the FAQ's are the most asked at one or more of the City's Community meetings held in February 2022.

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New Pools Concept

Design Schematic

This Recreational Pool option is only a concept at the moment. The design and activities available at the location can be modified

    • Open 10-12 months out of the year
    • New pool with 4 lap lanes
    • New zero (beach) entry pool w/ bubblers
    • New splash pad (spray grounds)
    • New parking lot (70 spaces)
    • New changing and shower areas
    • New restroom facility 
    • New seating amenities
    • New landscaping

Cost Breakdown

Mobilization, Insurance and Bond$571,049.98
Pool$1,105,706.00
Spray Ground$375,000.00
Site Amenities$592,690.00
Storm Drainage$12,636.00
Landscaping$232,579.00
Building and Parking$840,000.00
Enclosure$425,000.00
SUBTOTAL$4,154,660.98
Contingency$207,733.05
SUBTOTAL PLUS CONTINGENCY $4,362,394.03
Construction Monitoring and Inspections$186,483.05
Design and Engineering$447,559.32
Overall Estimated Cost$4,996,436.40