Please take this short survey to provide input on the proposed project for the Lincoln Park pickleball and tennis courts. This proposed plan was outlined in the Parks, Recreation, and Open Space (PROS) Master Plan, however, Parks and Recreation would like to check back in with both pickleball and tennis players prior to pursuing funding for the project in 2022.

Please join us on August 10th at 5:30 p.m. in the Lincoln Park Barn for a community meeting. This meeting will cover the results from this survey and will be an additional opportunity to collect feedback from the community.

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* 1. What is your address?

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* 2. How close do you live to Lincoln Park?

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* 3. What is your preferred sport?

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* 4. How often do you play your preferred sport at Lincoln Park?

Pickleball/Tennis Court Proposed Plan Outlined in the PROS Master Plan
The Parks, Recreation, and Open Space (PROS) Master Plan was adopted by Grand Junction City Council on January 6, 2021. The Master Plan was driven by community input and will help guide decisions on projects and services in the Grand Junction Parks and Recreation system over the next 10 years. A variety of research and input methods went into developing this plan including 997 responses from a statistically valid survey, 1,481 additional responses from an open link survey (not statistically valid), 11 public meetings, online engagement, and a level of service analysis. Over 3,000 people overall were involved in the PROS Master Plan. To view the entire plan, please visit gjpr.org/pros.

The PROS Master Plan identified the need for additional pickleball courts. To attract large scale pickleball tournaments to Grand Junction, the need for an expanded pickleball complex at Lincoln Park was identified. The following plan is proposed in the City's 2022 budget:

First, 4 new tennis courts would be built at Canyon View Park. These would be used for drop in use only except for major tournaments. This would make a total of 16 tennis courts at Canyon View. Then, the 4 tennis courts at Lincoln Park would be converted to 10-12 pickleball courts. This would make for a total of 18-20 pickleball courts.

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* 5. Are you in support of this plan?

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* 6. What additional comments do you have about this proposed plan?

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