Joseph Centeno Cuyama Pool &
The pool facility is closed at this time and there is no set opening date. Both pools were substantially damaged during the offseason and are in need of repair. While the pool is under repair the County Community Services Department will offer a free bus to Paul Nelson Aquatic Center on the following days. June 27, 29; July 9, 11, 18, 20, 25, 27; August 1, 3, 8, and 10.
Find out more at our informational town hall meeting on June 5, 2013 at Richardson Parks from 3pm to 5pm and check out our flyer in English or Spanish.
In April 2010, the Santa Barbara County Board of Supervisors voted to name the pool in honor of Supervisor Centeno, a tireless champion of the needs for the Cuyama Valley community that is part of the Fifth District. The ceremony was held on May 28, 2010 and included unveiling a new sign bearing Centeno’s name on the aquatics complex building at 290 Wasioja Street in New Cuyama at the County’s Richardson Park. Ever since taking office as the Fifth District Supervisor in 2003, Supervisor Centeno has worked to ensure that the (approximately) 800 residents of the Cuyama Valley received the vital County programs and services they need, including the swimming pool—a critical resource since summer weather routinely exceeds 100 degrees in the Cuyama Valley.