Outdoor Court Renovations Bond Project


 

Outdoor sport court replacements with enhanced features such as new retaining walls, new fencing, new lighting, and
improved ADA accessibility were completed at Murphy-Oakley Park (East), Malvern Hills Park (West) and Montford Park (North).

 


Background

In 2016, the outdoor court renovation plan was included in the City’s $17 million bond referendum to support park and recreation facilities improvements. The bond referendum was approved by Asheville voters resulting in an allocation of $1 million for outdoor court rebuilding projects.  Locations for court renovations were selected using an equity matrix that included condition of the existing facility, neighborhood demographics and park resource distribution.

 


Contact Information

Asheville Parks and Recreation
828-259-5800


 

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