Frisco ISD and the City of Frisco are partnering to provide improved community access to tennis courts. Starting January 30, 2023, there will be limits on the number of private lessons on the courts, and a system will allow people to reserve a specific court at a time when they want to play. There will continue to be free access to City of Frisco tennis courts, but the new reservation system will allow community members to guarantee a specific court at a specific time. The result will be a more efficient use of tennis facilities and less frustration for community members who want to use them.
The new reservation system will be handled by Frisco Community Tennis, a third party agreed upon by FISD and the City of Frisco.
Frisco Community Tennis will begin taking reservations on January 23 at friscocommunitytennis.com. The daily 90-minute time slots for court reservations will start on January 30.
Reservations can be made and more information can be found at friscocommunitytennis.com. Reservations can be made up to one week in advance.
The time slots will be for 90 minutes and the reservation fee will be $11. The funds will offset costs for management and maintenance of courts.
A reservation will not be required to play on City of Frisco courts, but without a reservation a court is not guaranteed.
Tennis supervisors will be available to help with any issues that may arise over reserved courts.
Any private lessons will need to go through Frisco Community Tennis.