Tennis courts being improved in Comox

A significant tennis court reconstruction project will take place this summer at the Anderton Park tennis facility in Comox.

MLA Don McRae demonstrates his tennis skills for the benefit of Mayor Paul Ives during an announcement of tennis court improvements in Comox.

A significant tennis court reconstruction project will take place this summer at the Anderton Park tennis facility, the Town of Comox and the Comox Valley Tennis Club announced jointly in a news release.

The project includes the total removal and reconstruction of tennis courts 1 to 4 and will include enhanced viewing areas for players and spectators.

This important project is a joint partnership supported by the Town of Comox, the Comox Valley Tennis Club, and the provincial government.

Through the Community Recreation Program, the Town received a grant of $400,000 to make the installation of the Outdoor Fitness Circuit and the renovation of the tennis courts possible.

The project represents the second stage of a two-phase revitalization project that includes the newly constructed Outdoor Fitness Circuit now in use in the popular Anderton Park location.

— Town of Comox

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