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Ala Moana tennis courts to close for resurfacing


    Wheelchair tennis players played at Ala Moana Regional Park. The courts will be closed for resurfacing starting next Wednesday.

The tennis courts at Ala Moana Regional Park will be closed for resurfacing starting next Wednesday, according to the city Department of Parks and Recreation.

Weather permitting, a total of 10 play courts and the practice court are scheduled to be closed on a rotating basis in order to allow public access to those courts not being actively renovated. No more than five courts are expected to be closed at a given time.

The resurfacing project will begin at the practice court and the adjacent court on the mauka, Diamond Head side of the facility and progress in the Ewa direction. The project is expected to be done by end of March.

The $249,200 contract for this project is being completed by All Court Hawaii as part of Mayor Kirk Caldwell’s Kakou for Parks initiative to resurface public play courts across Oahu. To date, the initiative has resulted in 189 resurfaced play courts at 43 parks, 68 new or refurbished play apparatus, and 63 renovated comfort stations.

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