The City is planning improvements to the four outdoor tennis courts in Broadlands Park as part of a state-of-good-repair program to upgrade the existing equipment and improve safety.

  • November 2020: Hire a design team
  • January 2021: Design development
  • March 2021: Detailed design
  • September 2021: Hire a construction team and community engagement
  • February 2022: Construction starts
  • Late August 2022: Construction complete, tennis courts reopen

The timeline is subject to change and weather permitting.

August 2022

Tennis Courts Reopen

The new tennis courts open to the public and the project is near completion. Additional work that needs to be complete includes the installation of a water bottle filler (to replace existing water fountain near tennis courts) and fixing a small section of grass between the north side fencing and concrete pad (rest area).

October 7, 2021

Virtual Public Meeting

Approximately 25 people joined a virtual public meeting to learn more about the tennis court improvements and ask questions about the project.

Download the meeting presentation.

Broadlands Park is located at 19 Castlegrove Blvd., near Lawrence Avenue East and the Don Valley Parkway. The park includes four outdoor tennis courts which are located near the Community Centre. The tennis courts are being improved as part of a state-of-good-repair program. The scope of work will include:

  • Full tennis court resurfacing (new asphalt)
  • New posts and nets
  • New fences surrounding the tennis courts
  • New light posts

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An aerial overview of the location of the four tennis courts in Broadlands Park, circled in yellow. The tennis courts are located parallel to Castlegrove Boulevard, beside the parking lot.

The location of the tennis courts will not change.