Renovations at North Hills pavilion, Glade tennis courts in Reston underway

The Glade tennis courts in Reston are slated for a full renovation (via Reston Association/YouTube)

Infrastructure damaged by a storm at the Glade Tennis Courts in Reston is set for repairs that are expected to wrap up in the fall or spring.

In an update released Friday (March 1), Reston Association Capital Projects Director Chris Schumaker said RA plans to complete a full-court renovation, including new fences and LED court lighting, for the facility.

RA also plans to repair a damaged underground irrigation system that hydrates the clay courts, Schumaker said. The system was damaged by a storm in 2018.

The courts at 11550 Glade Drive will remain closed for the duration of the renovation period. Schumaker estimated reopening in the fall or early next spring.

Meanwhile, renovations at the North Hills pavilion (1400 N Village Road) are set to begin in mid-April. They include accessibility improvements, new parking areas, a pathway linking the parking lot and the pavilion, new grill stations and park furniture.

RA also plans to make the parking lot ADA compliant and provide an accessible pathway to link the parking lot to the pavilion.

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