Parc Jean-Duceppe outdoor tennis courts
Rosemont–La Petite-Patrie would like to advise you that, beginning on July 28, it will be resurfacing the tennis courts in Parc Jean-Duceppe. Work will be finished in October 2022.
Court renovation, beginning July 28
This work will include the complete renovation of the three tennis courts. The principal elements of the work include, first, removal of fencing, to be followed by demolition and preparation of the site, excavation and levelling, paving, application of an acrylic surface, line painting and installation of equipment.
Once the work is completed, the neighbourhood will enjoy refurbished, high-quality and safe facilities. In the meantime, the three tennis courts in Parc Sainte-Bernadette are available at no charge for open tennis playing in Rosemont–La Petite-Patrie.
Work schedule and hours
- From July 28 to October 6, 2022
- Monday to Friday from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
- Occasionally, work may continue during the weekend.
Access to Parc Jean-Duceppe
The park will be accessible throughout the work project, except via the entrance located near the tennis courts.
Rules to follow
- Courts are available precisely on the hour (e.g., 1:00 p.m., 2:00 p.m., 3:00 p.m., etc.). They must be vacated at the end of each hour to make room for waiting players, regardless of the time at which the departing players arrived on the court.
- Sports shoes and a sweater must be worn. Halter tops and similar shirts (not covering the navel), jeans and cut-offs are not accepted.
- Only players are allowed on the courts during their game.
- Players must take appropriate care of equipment and facilities.
- Smoking, eating and bringing glass containers onto the courts are prohibited.
- All waste must be deposited in the recycling bins and garbage cans provided.
- In-line skates, skateboards, bicycles, strollers, carriages, scooters and animals are prohibited on the courts.
- For safety reasons, playing on wet courts is prohibited.
- Courts must be evacuated immediately, for temporary closure, in the event of a thunderstorm.
- The use of ball baskets is restricted to authorized teaching staff.
- Only persons mandated by Ville de Montréal are authorized to give tennis lessons on its courts.
- Court use permits issued by the city take precedence over open play.
- Users must respect city staff and comply with their requests.
- These rules must be followed whether or not there is an attendant on site.
- Ground-level entrance