ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – South Valley residents will have a new way to cool off this summer. Bernalillo County Commissioners have approved phase two of the South Valley pool upgrade project, which includes construction of the largest splash pad in the state. The new aquatic play area will feature water slides, a bucket water drop, interactive sprays and water cannons. Construction will start in the next few weeks. The county hopes to have the splash pad open by Memorial Day.
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