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Park officials in San Francisco approve a $5 fee for reserving tennis and pickleball courts

San Francisco pickleball and tennis players could soon be required to pay a $5 fee to reserve some courts in the city, following a decision by the Recreation and Park Commission.

The commission voted Thursday to require a $5 per hour fee when people make online reservations at 28 of the 66 locations overseen by the Recreation and Parks Department. The remaining courts would remain available on a first-come, first-served basis.

The compensation plan now goes to the city’s Board of Supervisors for final approval.

Courts that may soon seek fees include Alice Marble, Balboa, Crocker Amazon, DuPont, Fulton, Hamilton, Helen Wills, JP Murphy, Jackson, Lafayette, McLaren, Minnie & Lovie Ward, Miraloma, Moscone, Mountain Lake, Parkside, Potrero Hill, Presidio Wall, Richmond, St. Mary’s, Stern Grove, Sunset and Upper Noe.

Courts with both reservable and walk-up courts include Buena Vista, Dolores, Glen Canyon Park, Joe DiMaggio and Rossi.

All other courts would be accessible only.

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