West Seattle Blog… | FOLLOW-UP: Next Step in Seattle Parks Tennis and Pickleball Study

(Reader’s photo, 2021)

Back in January Seattle Parks launched a survey to find out more about the use of pickleball and tennis. Next step, as announced today, an online meeting:

Seattle Parks and Recreation is seeking input from tennis and pickleball players on how best to support the growth of pickleball. Please join us online Wednesday, March 30, 2022 at 4:30 p.m. To register, visit zoom.us/meeting/register/tJAsf-2rrTwqE9bpE6f9JbwvhTUl7WUYt3RW

This online event is part of the 2021-2022 Pickleball Study funded by the Seattle Park District. The project team will use feedback from our community survey, project advisory board and community meetings to recommend revisions to our dual-stripe practices, assess dual-stripe standards, and compile a list of potential sites for dedicated pickleball. . The team looks forward to presenting the pickleball study work, feedback to date and next steps at this meeting. Thank you to the more than 3,300 people who responded to our pickleball survey earlier this year. Please continue your involvement and join us at this meeting to learn more and provide your feedback.

An advisory committee is meeting throughout the study and additional community engagement will include an additional public meeting.

To learn more about the study and to subscribe to updates, please visit seattle.gov/parks/about-us/projects/2021-2022-outdoor-pickleball-study or contact Olivier Bazinet at [email protected].

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