All special events, tournaments and lesson schedules are communicated to the Maintenance Supervisor so staff may perform proper cleaning prior to the event. Maintenance tasks performed by staff include:
High use courts (Modes One and Two) are pressure-washed once each year in the spring. Mode Three courts are pressure washed every other year as time allows.
Routine maintenance is completed weekly (greater in some Mode One high use locations, including River’s Edge and Crystal Spring courts) between March 1 and November 30, and includes sweeping/blowing off the courts, removal of any trash or graffiti, and checking for damages to surfaces, fences, windscreens and benches.
Damage is to be reported to the Maintenance Supervisor for remedy.
Net inspection is done each month, year round.
Net tightening is completed during net inspections, and if needed between inspections as needed.
Court surfaces are checked annually each spring for cracking which would impede play. Cracks are filled annually between May and September, as the material requires warm-hot weather for proper adhesion.
Courts are overlayed on an approximate 10-year schedule, depending upon funding. Overlays include crack filling, adding several layers of sealant and colorant, and repainting of all lines.
Leaf removal is done on a bi-weekly basis from November 1 – December 31, and once in the early spring to remove leaves accumulated during winter.
Source: MaintainX (Community Member)