© 2018. Pickleball 4 All. Redding, California

PICKLEBALL

EXPANSION PROJECT

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put your stake

in the ground

PARTNERS

Your gift of $20,000 will be featured prominently on the permanent donor plaque, recognition on all media platforms and website plus press releases.

 

 

STAKEHOLDERS

Your gift of $5,000 will be recognized on the permanent donor plaque and website recognition.

 

 

FRIEND

Your gift of $1,000 will be recognized on the permanent donor plaque.

 

Gifts of any amount are greatly appreciated.

THREE WAYS TO GIVE:

Mail It In: City Hall, Community Services

777 Cypress Ave., Redding, Ca 96001

*Make checks payable to: Redding Parks & Trails Foundation 

(memo line: Pickleball)

Hand It In: Mike Archibald at the Pickleball Courts

Enterprise Park 4000 Victor Avenue, Redding, Ca 96002

*Make checks payable to: Redding Parks & Trails Foundation 

(memo line: Pickleball)

LATEST NEWS!

  • Construct six new permanent pickleball courts.

  • The estimated construction cost is $167,000. 

  • Anticipated construction is for the Summer of 2019.

  • Funding will come through private and corporate donations grants, & fundraisers. 

  • Approved on February 14, 2018, by the Community Services Advisory Commission. 

  • Supported by the City of Redding Community Services Division and the Redding Trails and Park Foundation

  • Funding now stands at $134,718!

  • This means only $32,282 more is needed to get started with construction on the new courts.

      

need &

Purpose

  • Pickleball is the fastest growing sports in the nation for people of all ages.

  • Over 300 residents have joined Redding Pickleball Group with over 100 people playing on a weekly basis. 

  • Pickleball is played primarily as doubles (four people on a court at onetime). Currently, there can be as many as 50 people at the courts with only half the participants able to play at one time. 

  • Over 20% of the people in the City of Redding are over 65 years old.
    Pickleball is easy to learn, provides physical and mental exercise, positive social interactions, and is inexpensive. 

     

  • The new courts will provide fun for all levels of players from beginners to local tournament champions.

Court Renderings

Illustrated by

Wende Jesson