When Can Courts Be Reserved?
Reservations are on a first-come, first-served basis starting seven calendar days prior to the date you are interested in booking. Reservation may not be made closer than 2 hours prior to the reservation time.
What Can You Reserve?
Any individual may reserve a court for 1.5 hours but may not book more than 1 court in a day or 3 courts in a calendar week.
How Can Reservations Be Used?
Reservation requests are for individual play only. No lessons, team practices, clinics or league matches.
What does it Cost?
You may cancel your reservation online up to one day in advance of the reservation time. Courts left vacant 15 minutes after reservation time are available for walk-up play. Individuals found to have reserved and not used their time may have their account suspended.
Tentative Calendar of Special Events:
- USTA Junior Open at Moscone tennis Courts #1-2 July 22-26, 2019
- USTA Adult Open at Dolores Park Courts #1-6 September 1-2, 2019
How Can Reservations Be Made?
Here are the steps to make a reservation:
Proof of Reservation:
You will receive an email with a link to your permit. You must have a printed or electronic copy of the reservation confirmation with you on the day of your reservation in order to use the court.
Pilot Neighborhood Tennis Courts Online Reservation System
- Public Meeting Notice (July 16, 2019)
- Public Meeting Slideshow (March 20, 2019)
- Public Meeting Notice (March 20, 2019)