The Sonoma Valley Health and Recreation Association (Sonoma Splash) is committed to building a sustainable, state of the art, multi-use aquatic and recreation facility accessible to all Sonoma Valley residents for aquatics education and safety, recreation, fitness, physical therapy, and family fun.
The goal of Sonoma Splash is to create a community space that inspires
residents from across the Valley to come together. Sonoma Splash envisions a day when Sonoma Valley boasts a multi-use, recreation facility that is accessible to all residents of the Valley for fun, fitness, education and recreation.
The key to our community pool vision is its accessibility to all residents of Sonoma Valley, with a wide variety of aquatic programming to suit our diverse community’s needs.
State-of-the-Art, Multi-use Facilities
Sonoma Splash's partnership with the Sonoma Valley Unified School District, will lead to a new high school aquatic center, modeled after the country’s premier aquatic and recreation facilities. The aquatic center will provide the Valley’s students and residents with a multi-use facility that incorporates a competition sized 25-yard pool with lap pool extension and a smaller warmer-water instructional pool. This facility will meet student needs while providing a dynamic programming package offering a wide variety of aquatic education, safety and fitness programs. Maximizing use is the key to success for any community pool - this facility will be designed to accommodate physical education for students, competitive swim programs and events, learn-to-swim programs, lap swimming, aquatic recreation, water safety, physical therapy and much more. This project provides meaningful access to the water for Sonoma Valley residents for all ages while creating a diverse revenue stream to ensure long-term sustainability.
The Organization - Sonoma Splash
Sonoma Splash, originally incorporated as Sonoma Valley Health and Recreation Association, is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, and receives funding through donations, sponsorships, program fees and grant
funding. With an all-volunteer Board of Directors made up of business leaders, elected officials, and others who are deeply committed to moving the dream of building a community aquatics and recreation facility forward.