The tennis and pickleball courts at Lincoln Park will close on Friday, September 29 for multiple weeks until the completion of the tennis and pickleball expansion project. This also includes the closure of the courts at Pine Ridge in the Redlands for resurfacing for a set period of time. While the courts are closed, indoor pickleball play will be available at the Lincoln Park Barn and the Bookcliff Activity Center starting October 2 until the completion of the project.
This conversion is part of the larger tennis and pickleball expansion project that began earlier this year. Upon completion, there will be 16 tennis courts at Canyon View Park and 20 pickleball courts at Lincoln Park.
The previous phase of the tennis and pickleball expansion project included the installation of LED lights at the existing tennis courts at Canyon View Park which was completed in early 2023 and the construction of four new tennis courts at Canyon View Park. The expansion project, which encompasses work at Canyon View Park and Lincoln Park, is expected to be completed this fall. The total project cost is approximately $2 million.
The tennis and pickleball expansion project is one of the priorities outlined in the Parks, Recreation, and Open Space (PROS) Master Plan for the Parks and Recreation system. The PROS Master Plan includes projects to be completed over the next several years. More information about the PROS Master Plan.
For more information regarding specific court closures call 970-254-3866 or email email@example.com.