Wednesday, October 21, 2020

City to Reopen Tennis Center Courts – Temperature Checks Required Before Entry

The City Council has approved the reopening of the Tennis Center on Wednesday, May 20, after the San Diego County Public Health Officer amended an order to allow for tennis to resume under monitored limited conditions.

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No more than two individual participants or one household group is allowed on the court at a time. The court must be monitored. Temperature checks will be required before entrance to the facility. All participants interacting with staff must wear face coverings.

Call the Tennis Center at (619) 522-2650 to make a reservation. Leave a message and wait for a return call confirmation.

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The prerequisite conditions to allow for tennis to resume can be met at the Coronado Tennis Center. Staff has prepared and submitted the required Physical Distancing and Safety Plan to the County Health Department.

The Cays and the High School tennis courts currently do not have the required infrastructure in place to monitor the courts and remain closed. The Council also directed staff to return with costs associated with reopening the Cays tennis courts.

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UPDATE:

During the COVID19 soft reopening, all court usage requires a reservation. Do not come to the court without one. Reservations may not be made in person and walk-ons are not allowed in order to follow County social distancing protocol.

At this time, only the Glorietta Tennis Courts are open for reservation.

Reservations must be made at least 24 hours in advance and no more than one week in advance. Players will be limited to one reservation per day and three reservations per week. The hours of operation are Monday through Sunday, 8 am – 4 pm.

The fee for a one-hour reservation is $5 for residents and $20 for nonresidents. Payments must be made over the phone by credit card. Please leave a message and we will return your call in the order it was received to confirm your reservation. Due to high call volume, you may not immediately receive a return call.  In the event the voicemail inbox is full, please check back periodically.

We appreciate your patience during this time as we have limited staff.  Please review the Tennis Protocol for more information.

 

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