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Serving up New Courts at Roger Scott

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The City of Pensacola will begin construction on improvements to Roger Scott Tennis Center on Monday, March 20, including replacing 12 hard courts to significantly improve the tennis playing experience at Roger Scott.


Construction will begin Monday, March 20 with the demolition of 12 existing hard courts, which will be replaced by 12 asphalt tennis courts.

During the construction of this project, 10 clay courts and five asphalt courts will remain open. All other asphalt courts will close starting Monday, March 20. In addition to replacing the hard courts, the project will include the following improvements to Roger Scott Tennis Center:

  • New sidewalks
  • Drainage enhancements
  • Electrical and lighting upgrades
  • New fencing
  • New grass

Construction is expected to be completed by fall 2023, weather permitting. The approximately $3.86 million project is funded by a variety of City of Pensacola Local Option Sales Tax funds, along with a $1.3 million contribution from Escambia County.

Owned and operated by the City of Pensacola, Roger Scott Tennis Center is Northwest Florida’s largest tennis facility, featuring 18 hard courts and 10 clay courts. Roger Scott Tennis Center offers a variety of recreational tennis activities, including adult clinics, leagues, junior tournaments and more.

To learn more about Roger Scott Tennis Center, visit rogerscotttennis.com. For questions about tennis court availability during construction, please contact Roger Scott Tennis Center at 850-912-4103.

For general questions about this project, please contact City of Pensacola Public Works and Facilities at 850-435-1755.