Court Resurfacing & Improvements Project

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AT A GLANCE

The Tennis and Pickleball Courts Resurfacing and Improvements has increased the quality of play and created a positive impact for residents enjoying the community’s outdoor tennis and pickleball courts. Construction included resurfacing and restriping of tennis and pickleball courts at City facilities.

The project began in April 2023 with months of engagement, a community survey, and meetings with the Coronado Tennis Association and Pickleball Coronado Association to understand the community's needs. The first phase began at Cays Park. To create more playing areas for the growing number of pickleball users, crews converted two existing tennis courts in Cays Park into dedicated pickleball courts. The first pickleball courts in Coronado. Construction crews then moved to the Tennis Center and finished up at the Coronado Library tennis courts.


2023 TIMELINE: COMPLETED ALL COURTS OPEN

Construction Phase 1: April- June 5. All courts open.
Construction Phase 2: Tennis Center: June to August 1. All courts open.
Construction Phase 3: Coronado Library Tennis Courts. August 1-7. All courts open.

HISTORY
The Court Resurfacing & Improvements Project construction was approved by the City Council in July 2022. On November 15, 2022, the City Council approved the contractor, TrueLine Construction and Surfacing, Inc. to build the project. The City operates and maintains 15 USTA standard doubles sized tennis courts.

BUDGET
$465,220 funded from the City Capital Projects Budget and the Recreation Tennis Maintenance Budget.

AT A GLANCE

The Tennis and Pickleball Courts Resurfacing and Improvements has increased the quality of play and created a positive impact for residents enjoying the community’s outdoor tennis and pickleball courts. Construction included resurfacing and restriping of tennis and pickleball courts at City facilities.

The project began in April 2023 with months of engagement, a community survey, and meetings with the Coronado Tennis Association and Pickleball Coronado Association to understand the community's needs. The first phase began at Cays Park. To create more playing areas for the growing number of pickleball users, crews converted two existing tennis courts in Cays Park into dedicated pickleball courts. The first pickleball courts in Coronado. Construction crews then moved to the Tennis Center and finished up at the Coronado Library tennis courts.


2023 TIMELINE: COMPLETED ALL COURTS OPEN

Construction Phase 1: April- June 5. All courts open.
Construction Phase 2: Tennis Center: June to August 1. All courts open.
Construction Phase 3: Coronado Library Tennis Courts. August 1-7. All courts open.

HISTORY
The Court Resurfacing & Improvements Project construction was approved by the City Council in July 2022. On November 15, 2022, the City Council approved the contractor, TrueLine Construction and Surfacing, Inc. to build the project. The City operates and maintains 15 USTA standard doubles sized tennis courts.

BUDGET
$465,220 funded from the City Capital Projects Budget and the Recreation Tennis Maintenance Budget.

  • Project Update April 5, 2023

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    The Contractor has been waiting for drier weather and consistently warmer temperatures to comply with the surfacing material’s installation specifications. They anticipate the weather and temperature requirements will be met by April 17, so that they can begin work at the Cays Park location on that date.

    Phase 1: Court 5 and the basketball court

    Phase 2: Courts 1 through 4.

    Anticipated time at Cays Park: 25 working days after work begins. The newly resurfaced and restriped courts are expected to be completed by May 19, 2023. Once Cays Park is completed, the Contractor will move to the Library tennis courts, and then to the Tennis Center Complex.

    Contact: Impact Activities for scheduling/court availability during the phased closure. P: 619.522. 2650 Web: Impactactivities.com/Coronado

  • Project Update March 6, 2023

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    As a result of the wet, cold weather the area has been experiencing lately, the City’s Court Resurfacing and Improvements Project has been slightly delayed. This project is important because the quality of play will be improved by refreshing the surfaces and restriping the City’s courts for tennis and pickleball. Because the material used in resurfacing is sensitive to moisture and temperature, the contractor must wait to apply the court surfaces in dry and warmer temperatures. Resurfacing a court is best done when the outside temperature is 50 degrees and rising for the duration of the surface installation. If the temperatures are too wet or cold, the surface won’t cure properly, and may lead to the surface cracking and additional repairs further down the line. Waiting for the correct temperatures will go a long way toward providing the best outcome for the community's courts.

    The supplies and materials for the project have been delivered and the contractor anticipates work beginning in early April, barring weather-related issues.

Page last updated: 05 Dec 2023, 12:55 PM