Most projects of involve the wave pool.
Last year, the county replaced the pumps that make the waves after they broke down mid-season. Now, the pumps that circulate the water are stressed.
The pool basin also needs to be resurfaced. Williamson told the commission that the pool has to be emptied every year for concrete patch work, and it costs $5,000 to refill. If the pool is completely resurfaced, he can keep the water in for up to three years with proper treatment, the interval at which pools are required to replace their water.
Keeping the water in the pool will not only save the county money, it will protect the structural integrity of the pool, Williamson said.
The weight of the water prevents the concrete from warping and cracking with the ground freeze and thaw cycle in the winter.
Other projects include replacing the pool fence, refurbishing the bathhouses, milling paving the road through the park, putting a gazebo in the park and a master plan to guide future development.
Haynes said some ideas on the table for the master plan include more pools and slides, a lazy river and a kids' water area.
"Just other kind of water attractions that would be complimentary to the wave pool," Haynes said.
The pool basin resurfacing project is time-sensitive, as it needs to be done in the fall as soon possible after the pool closes.
The Putnam County Commission meets at 9 a.m. the second and fourth Tuesday of each month at the County Courthouse in Winfield. All meetings are open to the public.