News and Announcements
Proposed relocation of existing Old Settlers Tennis Courts – We need your help!
There is a proposed bond election coming up on February 9 for the city of Round Rock which will fund a new rec center among other parks and recreation improvements.
See recent article https://communityimpact.com/austin/round-rock/government/2023/01/15/city-leaders-lay-out-priorities-in-anticipation-of-the-largest-proposed-bond-in-round-rock-history/?utm_campaign=Impact%3A%20Round%20Rock&utm_medium=email&_hsmi=241922374&_hsenc=p2ANqtz-84C1eNtd0AqF141j0jaIovp80Tg0t2LNnaTDwAcdd6pX_ZsDDTddsEbwwlqbb_MvJE45qIVpht3yp5JkQXVIy-nXAycw&utm_content=241922374&utm_source=hs_email
The current proposal, which will affect the existing tennis courts, is to build 12 new courts off Kenny Fort Blvd and demolish the existing 12 courts. The city recently spent $1M to resurface the existing 12 courts in 2020. Building new courts would cost approximately $12M (or more) and that does not including parking and parking lot lighting. Also, keep in mind that if funding is cut, the parking lot lighting will most likely be cut. The board feels this $13M is a waste of taxpayers money. Instead of the existing proposal, the board is advocating that we keep the existing courts and add another 4 courts to the current 12 courts. This would cost approximately $3-4M, saving taxpayers nearly $10M, AND giving the Round Rock community a high quality tennis center with 16 courts.
We encourage you to please email the city council and city managers at the email addresses below. The board is emailing them stating we would like to keep the existing 12 courts and build 4 more courts adjacent to the current courts north of Bank C. Please tell any of your friends and neighbors to email as well.
https://www.roundrocktexas.gov/city-about-round-rock/city-council/ They ask that you email all of them at once using this email: email@example.com
City Manager – Laurie Hadley firstname.lastname@example.org 512-218-5400
Assistant City Manager – Brooks Bennett email@example.com (512) 218-7070
Assistant City Manager – Bryan Williams firstname.lastname@example.org (512) 218-5401
2023 Spring Season
2023 Spring Season sign up begins at 8AM on February 11 at www.rrtennis.com
The season will run from February 27 – May 25 with no play spring break week March 13-17.
2023 Polar Bear Season
Polar Bear season sign up will begin at 8am on December 10.
The season will run January 9 – February 17.
RRTA Fall Mixer Saturday, October 15th 6:30 PM
Unfortunately because of scheduling conflicts the city could not reserve us courts for our traditional mixer between seasons but we have rescheduled!
Join us for the Fall RRTA Mixer with food, drinks and fun social tennis activities at the Old Settlers Park courts.
Saturday, October 15th, 6:30 PM
This event is open to the general public (18+) as well as RRTA members.
Bring your camp chairs and plan on some fun tennis and socializing!
RRTA Mixer Postponed
We apologize, but due to court availability, RRTA is postponing the mixer planned for Saturday, Sept 10. We’ll be in touch with details and a new date shortly!