Rennebohm Park Tennis Courts Reconstruction

Last Updated: 04/20/2022

The City of Madison Parks Division is planning to rebuild the tennis courts at Rennebohm Park beginning in 2022!

A community information meeting to discuss the project was held on March 10, 2022 online via Zoom.  At this meeting City staff presented information on the maintenance history of the courts, existing conditions and limiting factors and proposed reconstruction work and timeline.  Information from the session, including the presentation and a summary of the questions and answers (including those received prior to the session) can be found at the links, below.

SUMMARY FROM COMMUNITY INFORMATION MEETING:  RENNEBOHM PARK TENNIS COURTS RECONSTRUCTION
Thursday, March 10, 2022 at 6:00PM online via Zoom

Please note: the meeting was not recorded.

All questions and comments regarding this project should be directed to Project Manager Kate Kane at kkane@cityofmadison.com or (608) 261-9671


Photograph of the tennis courts taken in 2019
The west tennis courts at Rennebohm Park in 2019

BACKGROUND:
The existing courts at the park were originally constructed in 1976 (west side) and 1981 (east side) and were rebuilt by mill & overlay in 1990.  Following the rebuilding, each set of courts has received, to date, six rounds of crack repair & resurfacing with diminishing returns following each round of repair.  The fencing at the courts is also in poor condition - and lacks accessibility features at the doorways.  Parks has received frequent requests over the years to improve the condition of the courts from user groups and individuals and included funding requests as part of its capital budget to fully rebuild the courts.