The town of Flower Mound is courting residents to participate in an online survey to give their input about a possible tennis center, the town announced Tuesday.
Flower Mound’s Parks and Recreation Department is currently developing a feasibility study for the potential construction and operation of a tennis center, according to a town news release.
The town currently manages five tennis courts, which are heavily used by residents and the town’s contracted tennis programs. Lewisville ISD has plenty of courts in Flower Mound, but the district won’t allow the public to use them.
The feasibility study will provide information to the Parks Board and Town Council to assist in future capital improvement planning and funding. The study was recommended and approved for funding by the Parks Board, Community Development Corporation and Town Council.
Even if you don’t consider yourself a possible user of a potential tennis center in Flower Mound, your participation in the survey is still important, the town says. The survey takes about 10 minutes to complete and will be available until Sept. 26. Click here to take the survey.
There will also be a chance for public input at the Parks Board meeting on Oct. 7, according to the town.