Reston Association’s Glade tennis courts (11550 Glade Drive) have reopened.
The clay courts were damaged during a wind storm in March that caused two large pine trees to damage the clay court, court lights, and perimeter fencing.
In April, staff from RA’s Central Service Facility removed trees from courts in order to prevent future damage. After inspections, arborists had determined standing trees and pine trees posed a threat to public safety.
Passes are required to play on the courts.
Photo via Reston Association
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