Old Settlers Park Sports Complex Improvement Project

Tennis building now open!

On March 4, the City of Round Rock hosted the ribbon cutting and grand opening of the Tennis Building at Old Settlers Park.  As part of the $18.2 million in renovations to the Sports Complexes at Old Settlers Park, the opening brought out several tennis players eager to go inside and see the new building.

Avid tennis player and Former City Councilmember Ted Williamson; Councilmember Rufus Honeycutt; and Rick Atkins, Director of Parks and Recreation cut the ribbon and handed keys to Gwen Kingery, President of the Round Rock Tennis Association for the use of the new facility.

The building includes temperature-controlled restrooms and a pro-shop area convenient for hosting and organizing tournaments.  The Round Rock Tennis Association celebrated with refreshments as guests toured the new building. Check out the Tennis Building Ribbon Cutting on Flickr.

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