Improvements to the Dupont Courts Restroom will resume on June 25. Courts will temporarily closed until fall 2013.
RPD received an appeal of the demolition permit for replacement of the free-standing restroom. DuPont Tennis Courts is now partially reopened until further notice.
DuPont Courts Restroom remains closed due to an appeal of the demolition permit. A hearing date with the Appeals Board is tbd. Two tennis courts are open to the public during this time.
Dear Neighbors of DuPont Courts: As you may know, the DuPont Courts restroom project is funded under the 2008 Park Bond to improve free-standing restrooms, supported by 71% of voters. Subject to the outcome of a permit appeal hearing on April 9, 2014 (Wed) the project replaces the existing restrooms … Continue reading
The City received an appeal of the demolition permit for the replacement of the free-standing restrooms. Due to prolonged delay, the Recreation and Park Department is re-evaluating the scope of the project. In the interim, Dupont Tennis Courts remains open. Note that restrooms are not available at DuPont Tennis Courts … Continue reading
On September 9th, neighbors of DuPont Courts attended an informational meeting on the upcoming renovation of the DuPont Court restroom building hosted by the Recreation and Park Department at the Rochambeau Clubhouse. The renovation will include a new wheelchair-accessible ramp from 30th Ave, and single-occupancy restroom on the west end of the restroom building. … Continue reading
The DuPont Courts restroom will undergo renovation beginning 1/26/15. Completion is anticipated for summer 2015. Scope of improvements will include restoration of the concrete columns; a wheelchair-accessible, single-occupancy restroom; drinking fountain and bottle filler. Dupont Tennis Courts shall remain open during this time. Please note that no restroom facility is … Continue reading
The resurfacing of the tennis courts at DuPont Courts is in progress! As shown on the photo, the project will be completed in two sections. Work begins on the first two courts on the north side while the wheelchair-accessible ramp is in construction on the south side. As the ramp … Continue reading