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Sunrise pickleball courts now open

  • Rohnert Park City Council member Pam Stafford returns a serve from City Manager Darrin Jenkins at the newly opened pickleball courts at Sunrise Park in Rohnert Park. Photo by Tracy Si

September 4, 2020

The City of Rohnert Park cut the ribbons on the Sunrise all weather field and pickleball court located on the east side of town at 5201 Snyder Ln. which encompasses nine night-lighted acres.

Mayor Joseph T. Callinan noted “Nothing beats getting your heart racing like some outdoor activity. Whether you are enjoying the all-weather soccer fields or swinging your racket with a pickleball match, Sunrise Park won’t disappoint.” The park includes the six new pickleball courts, the first of its kind in Rohnert Park.

Bill “Mr. Pickleball” Petrie from the Rohnert Park Pickleball Club had spoken before the city council in 2017 to get this project off the ground. Go to the Rohnert Park pickleball on Facebook to learn how to join.