Liberty Hill City Park’s newest feature—a public swimming pool—is set to open May 29.

The Liberty Hill Swim Center, which experienced construction delays due to supply chain issues, will include spraying water features, a tanning ledge with lounge chairs and lap lanes. It is 4 1/2 feet deep and will have lifeguards.

Since the pool is not heated, it will only be open during the summer, Parks and Rec Supervisor Jamie Higuera said. Daily admission costs $4 or less, depending on age, and season passes are also available.

Located at 255 CR 200, Liberty Hill, City Park has a playground, picnic tables, a full and half basketball court, a pavilion, and soccer fields. Separate from the Swim Center opening, the city is looking to add another playground for different age groups, trees, more pavilions, additional bathrooms, and potentially a volleyball or pickleball court.

These upgrades would come to the park through a renovation project, the planning for which began in late March, that aims to “amplify and unify the park’s existing amenities,” Higuera said.

The city conducted meetings with park stakeholders and launched a survey to receive feedback on the park’s amenities. Higuera said while the survey was scheduled to close June 1, it will likely be extended to garner more responses.

Engineering consultant Kimley- Horn will use the feedback to develop design options, which it will present in late June or early July.

Higuera said the upgrades will be done in phases. The cost and timeline for construction are not yet known as it is still early in the project.

Liberty Hill Swim Center

The city of Liberty Hill will host a grand opening event for its new public pool June 3 from 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Pool amenities include:
  • Spraying water features
  • Tanning ledge
  • Lounge chairs
  • Lap lanes
  • Lifeguards on duty during operational hours