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June 13, 2024

Help Talent officials decide whether to install pickleball courts at Chuck Roberts Park

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March 18, 2024

Community survey open until March 29

Will pickleball courts soon be part of Talent’s Chuck Roberts Park? Your participation in a community survey will help city leaders decide.

Take the survey by clicking here. It will remain open until March 29.

“As pickleball gains popularity nationwide, the City of Talent is considering adding pickleball courts to the current layout, which is currently set up for tennis,” a news release says. “Your comments will help us better understand the community’s preferences.”

Additional suggestions on park amenities can be expressed by emailing talent@cityoftalent.org.

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