Siesta Retirement Village

2712 South International Blvd.
Weslaco, TX 78596
A Retirement Mobile Home Village restricted to single families with at least one person being a minimum of 55.
Corporate Corner
Just in time for our Community's influx of 2018 Winter population, Siesta Village residents made a big splash this past December.

The Pool Renovation Committee announced the completion of the restoration work on the Pool, Hot Tub and Deck Area at the Grand Opening following the ribbon cutting ceremony December 23rd, 2017.

March 2017, SRV Corporate Board announced a $200,000 approved budget for the Pool Renovation Project. The budget came from SRV corporate funds ($100,000) and $100,000 in bonds funded by five individual residents.

The Construction is the latest state of the Art technology both in design and equipment needed to operate the pool.

The saltwater pool construction of 30' X 50' feet not only provides easy entrance but is equipped with a self-cleaning system that will not only clean the pool but will circulate the water to provide an even temperature throughout the entire pool. Hand rails were installed to assist the handicapped as well.

The design allows for lap swimming, water aerobics exercising and other games like volleyball. The saltwater offers residents the enjoyment of swimming without dealing with the challenges associated with a freshwater pool.

The Hot Tub is 8' X 12' and offers our residents an awesome water spa setting.

A semi-private shower area allows residents to rinse off before and after their experience.

The stylish four-color brick pavers used for the pool decking provides a great base for the new pool furniture.

There have been a number of improvements (renovations) to the pool's surrounding buildings' walls.

The Swimming Pool Chairman and his committee has developed an exceptionable asset to the community, and completed the project on time and under the planned budget.
swimming pool construction
swimming pool construction

Frequently Asked Questions

Will the dolphins be included in the pool area?

Yes, the dolphins will continue to be a part of the new pool. They will be on the right side of the pool as you come through the gates.

What will be the additional cost and maintenance for the pool?

This is a difficult question to answer. There will be increased costs to heating a 1500 square foot pool compared to our existing 867 square foot pool. We cannot give you actual figures. We do not have any historical data on our current pool to know with any certainty what the total cost of oil, electricity, chlorine, and maintenance.

What we can tell you is that it will be more economical to maintain a salt cell system for the pool because it will make its own chlorine. We will not need to buy and supply chlorine to the pool daily.

The new pool will be more energy efficient and the automatic cleaning system will eliminate the need for daily cleaning by our employees.

Why are we not using concrete rather than brick pavers?

Brick pavers were selected instead of concrete because we have a two year warranty from Hamlin Pool on the installation of the pavers. The warranty is for any movement, sinking of pavers or discoloration. They will reset or replace if this occurs during the first two years. These problems rarely occur after two years of being installed. If we had used concrete, there would be no warranty (zero days) on any cracking, sinking, or movement.

Do the pavers have to be washed off every day? Will the sand between the pavers get into the hall and pool? Will weeds grow between the pavers?

No, the pavers do not have to be washed off every day. The compound used to set the pavers is made of sand and other products. It will set and harden and will not result in sand getting into the pool or the hall. While weeds appearing between the pavers can happen, we will be treating this occurrence just like we do today for weeds in our current decking area.

Does the salt water pool have to be shut down on a regular basis for maintenance?
No, the salt water pool will not have to be shut down on a regular basis for maintenance. It will not have to be drained at any time. Once every three months the salt water cells will have to be cleaned by our trained maintenance crew which should not take more than 30 minutes. It will not need to be shut down for this work to be done.

Why aren't we going to a smaller pool size that has been suggested which would be easier to maintain and cover?
When Hamlin Pools was here at the meeting where we voted, the representative estimated that our current pool was approximately 900 square feet. If we were to go to a 20 by 40 foot pool, it would be 800 square feet. Our new 30 by 50 foot pool is 1500 square feet. We are designing our new pool not only for our enjoyment, but also to attract new residents to our park in the future.

Hamlin Pools shared with us that in their 66 years of experience, they have rarely had a customer come back to them wishing they had installed a smaller pool. There have been several instances where a customer has indicated to them they wished they had put in a larger pool.

Will the pool have a cover that will be easy to put over the pool?
The current pool with the curve design is very difficult to cover and uncover. The new pool will be a rectangular pool and will be easier to cover and uncover. The contract includes a solar blanket for the pool. We are investigating the use of a reel to assist us in making the covering of the pool easier to do.

Why are we planning for a salt water pool?
We selected salt water because it is less expensive to maintain, easier to maintain and has a much softer feel on your skin when you are in the pool.

How much usable space is there on all four sides of the pool?
There are 3,267 square feet of usable deck space surrounding the pool. This is twice as much as the area of the pool. It is also approximately 200 square feet more usable space than is available at present time.

While the pool is under construction is there any other park where we could go for use of their pool?
We are not aware of any at this time. We believe, due to liability concerns other establishments would have (just like we would have), they would not allow outside individuals to come in to swim in their pools.

What is the plan to improve the appearance of the outside shower?
This is not a part of contract with Hamlin Pools. Updates of the surrounding walls, inside showers and outside shower is the responsibility of our park. The corporate board is currently working on this.

What is being done about potential additional parking for carts that will be needed due to increased usage of the pool?
This is not a part of the contract with Hamlin pools. The corporate board will be looking at this to see if changes need to be made.

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We realize you may have other questions at this time or in the future.
We would ask that you please submit them to the Board of Directors in writing.
Please put them in the suggestion box at the hall.
You can also email them to us:

We will provide published answers through the Siesta Retirement Village website and The Villager.
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