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Ludlow Park Introduces New Pickleball Courts for Community Recreation

Ludlow Park Introduces New Pickleball Courts: In the heart of East Norwalk, Ludlow Park has undergone a renovation, unveiling new playground equipment and resurfacing hybrid tennis and pickleball courts.

Norwalk state senator Bob Duff emphasized the importance of Ludlow Park, saying, “People use this park all the time.” During a press conference on Tuesday morning, Duff emphasized the diverse activities the park accommodates, from pickleball enthusiasts preparing to utilize the new courts to families enjoying the playground facilities and individuals walking their dogs. He showed the park’s integral role in building community cohesion.

We have people getting ready to use the pickleball courts, We have people on the playground. We have somebody walking their dog. This is really important for the fabric of our community.”-Duff added

The enhancements to Ludlow Park align with Norwalk’s broader vision outlined in its 10-year master plan for parks. The addition of four pickleball courts to the existing tennis courts at Ludlow Park contributes to the city’s growing pickleball infrastructure, which now boasts a total of 22 courts. Notably, Norwalk recently inaugurated eight new courts at Rowayton Elementary School, catering to the increasing demand for this popular sport.

The revamped courts at Ludlow Park feature fresh paving and vibrant paintwork, accommodating both tennis and pickleball enthusiasts with dedicated nets for each sport. Mayor Harry Rilling emphasized the city’s responsiveness to community needs, stating, “So many people are playing pickleball, and we’re listening to the public.

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News in Brief: Ludlow Park Introduces New Pickleball Courts

Ludlow Park in East Norwalk has been renovated with new playground equipment and hybrid tennis and pickleball courts. Senator Bob Duff highlighted the park’s significance for the community during a recent press conference, emphasizing its diverse recreational opportunities. The addition of pickleball courts aligns with Norwalk’s 10-year master plan for parks and addresses the increasing demand for the sport. Mayor Harry Rilling affirmed the city’s commitment to meeting public needs by providing inclusive amenities. The revamped courts feature fresh paving and vibrant paintwork, catering to both tennis and pickleball enthusiasts.

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