In line with the first phase of the reopening of Québec's sports activities announced this week, the Town of Rosemère will make the fast tennis and pickleball courts on its territory accessible as of May 18 at 10:00 a.m.
However, certain rules will have to be followed by residents:
- - Players will be allowed to play singles games only.
- - No lessons or practice sessions will be permitted.
- - Access to the washrooms will be prohibited.
- - Courts must be reserved online.
- - Maximum 50 minutes of play.
"As it has done since the beginning of the health crisis, the Town has always made sure to comply with Government orders. In this regard, we are pleased to be able to install the nets on the tennis and pickleball courts next week! Physical activity is not only good for our bodies, but above all, it's good for our morale, especially in a situation like the one we're going through right now," stated Rosemère Mayor Eric Westram.
The courts in Hamilton Park and Bourbonnière Park are accessible to residents free of charge. More information on hours of operation and court reservations may be found on the Town's website at: https://www.ville.rosemere.qc.ca/tennis-courts-lessons/
The Town also reminds residents that the walking trails behind Town Hall are still accessible, but that the play structures in the parks remain closed.