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Green Lake Park’s tennis court lights shut off for the winter

What do you think? (1 Comment) November 16, 2011 at 4:38PM

Seattle Parks and Recreation has shut off the lights at Green Lake’s outdoor tennis courts until the return to Daylight Savings Time on March 11, 2012.

The lights, along with those at several other outdoor tennis courts in Seattle, were shut off in an effort to create energy savings during the winter months when few people play outside. Parks estimates the savings from turning off tennis court lights across the city to be about $15,000.

Lights will stay on at several other courts through the winter, including eight of the fourteen courts the Lower Woodland Park tennis courts.

Winter play is also available at the Amy Yee Tennis Center’s 10 indoor courts. For more information, please call (206) 684-4764.

For the full listing of Seattle Parks’ tennis courts, please see seattle.gov/parks/tennis.asp.

 

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