Mayor Noel Foster updated the White Hall City Council on Monday on Crenshaw Springs Water Park, which opened in June.
The park is attracting people, although a recent spate of cooler days has caused a slight downturn in attendance, he said.
“Everything is going fine at Crenshaw Springs Water Park,” Foster said.
The $2.7 million municipally owned park held its grand opening June 21. It holds 500,000 gallons of water.
The aquatic center is a part of a larger project the city has undertaken. Construction is still underway on a new community center building, which Foster has said previously is set to be completed in December or January.
Funding for the aquatic center and community center projects came from a $4 million bond issue and other money the city has saved over time.
In other business, the council approved the monthly financial statements.
The total year-to-date assets totalled $5,460,879.49 as of June 30, according to figures presented by City Clerk/Treasurer Ellen Welch. Foster and the city council accepted the financial report without discussion.
The larger assets included $5,938,807.06 in the sewer system, $5,499,241.43 in the water system, $1,950,000 cash in a savings account, $550,000 in general certificates of deposit, $300,000 in retirement certificates of deposit, $229,117.65 in a checking account and $213,864.44 in another savings account, according to the financial report.
The larger liabilities included $2,335,000 in Series 2013 bonds and $43,910.55 in accounts payable, according to the financial report.