Tennis fanatics in the area will be happy to hear that Kiwanis Park is back to full operation and ready to serve the public.
The Williamsburg Parks and Recreation Department announced back on June 12 the tennis courts at the park would be closed for resurfacing.
Officials said the project would take seven to 10 business days to complete, weather permitting.
But the continuous rainstorms interrupted progress, and the project took longer than expected.
Tyler Cobb, deputy director of Williamsburg Parks and Recreation, said the park then had four courts open while resurfacing was being finished on three courts at the beginning of this month.
The resurfacing project cost approximately $49,575 to complete.
During resurfacing, other features of the 27-acre park were still open to the public, including the three ball fields, picnic shelter, playground area, fitness equipment, and basketball court.
All seven courts in the park are reopened and available for use. Kiwanis Park is open from sunrise to sunset.
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