Why a Dome?

A Dome as a Community sports complex

They’re walkers. They’re jocks. They’re toddlers and teens. Young moms and retirees. Municipal domes are a community sports complex that draw an audience as diverse as the community itself.

Municipalities that build and install a dome bubble recognize that providing a low-cost, recreational facility is a community service. A community dome promotes wellness, provides residents with a safe place to practice and play – and can be financially self-sustaining.

A soccer club practicing inside a community sports complex dome

Community domes These may be a stand-alone indoor sports complex covering swimming pools, tennis courts or field sports like soccer. Or they may be part of a larger multi-use athletic facility serving an entire municipality or city.

Community wellness Providing a safe, recreational facility enables residents to reach health and fitness goals at low or no cost. It also promotes companionship and builds a sense of community.

Safety A well-lit, climate-controlled environment promotes safe workouts. Installation of pliable turf and resilient surfaces is gentler on joints which encourages healthy workouts. Avoiding slippery outdoor conditions minimizes the risk of trips and falls.

Financially self-sustaining Rental to athletic departments and leagues generates revenue. Other revenue sources include special events such as home shows, garden shows, children’s fairs and fundraising events.