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New Pickleball Complex in Glassboro, NJ

New Pickleball Complex: Glassboro, NJ East New Street Park has unveiled a cutting-edge pickleball complex, significantly enhancing Glassboro’s recreational offerings. Funded through a grant from the New Jersey Department of Community Affairs Local Recreation Improvement Grant, the state-of-the-art facility boasts nine courts, promising endless hours of enjoyment for residents.

Plans are underway to implement a reservation system for the courts, ensuring equal access for all players. Additionally, the borough is considering the possibility of organizing programs and leagues to further enrich the pickleball experience for enthusiasts of all skill levels. Currently operating on a first-come, first-served basis, the new complex has the potential to become a hub of activity and community engagement.

Glassboro Mayor John E. Wallace III expressed his excitement about the project, emphasizing its contribution to enhancing the quality of life for residents.

“The borough of Glassboro is thrilled to be bringing first-class pickleball courts to our New Street Park,” Mayor Wallace. “The addition of this new recreational amenity will provide countless hours of enjoyment for all, further solidifying Glassboro’s reputation as a vibrant and dynamic community.”

News in Brief : New Pickleball Complex

Glassboro, NJ’s East New Street Park introduces a cutting-edge pickleball complex, funded by a grant from the NJ Department of Community Affairs. With nine courts, it enriches recreational options for residents. Plans include a reservation system for equitable access and potential programs for all skill levels. Mayor John E. Wallace III highlights its contribution to community engagement and quality of life, emphasizing Glassboro’s vibrant reputation.

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