RECREATION

Surprise will consider tennis league warm-up fee

Posted 8/31/20

Surprise is proposing a new fee for tennis players and will discuss it later this fall.

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RECREATION

Surprise will consider tennis league warm-up fee

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Surprise is proposing a new fee for tennis players and will discuss it later this fall.

The city Parks and Recreation Department is proposing a tennis league warm-up fee. The fee would be utilized in conjunction with league group rentals and will allow players to reserve the courts for 30 minutes prior to their group rental for warm-up activities if needed.

This proposed fee would be $4 per court, a maximum of four players per court. The fee would be a pre-paid reservation with names of all players provided at the time of reservation.

Pursuant to Arizona Revised Statutes (A.R.S) § 9-499.15 notice is given that the City of Surprise intends to discuss and take action to establish new fees at the regular City Council meeting at 6 p.m. Nov. 3 in the Surprise City Council Chambers, 16000 N. Civic Center Plaza.

A schedule of the proposed fees including the amount of the fees and a written report or data that supports the fees is available on the city’s website surpriseaz.gov and at the City Clerk’s Office in City Hall.

For information, call Donna Miller, parks and recreation director, at 623-222-2218.

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