Arborgate Townhomes Tennis Rules

Pursuant to the authority vested in the Board of Directors of the Arborgate Townhomes HOA, by the bylaws the following tennis court rules and regulations shall govern the conduct and operation of the tennis courts:

  • Courts are for the exclusive use of Homeowners in good standing of Arborgate Townhomes HOA. Guests of Homeowners may use the tennis courts provided that the homeowner is present on the same court with his or her guest at all time.
  • Please be mindful of other players are waiting, and relinquish your court after an hour if others are waiting, unless the court has been reserved.
  • At lease one court must always be available for non-league play or practice
  • Courts are for the play of tennis only.
  • Homeowners’ children under the age of 12 must be accompanied by a person over the age of 12 in order to play.
  • Regulation tennis shoes are required.
  • No animals or food are allowed on the courts. Water and non-alcoholic beverages are permitted, provided that they are in non-breakable plastic containers.

  • All trash is to be placed in designated trash bins upon leaving the courts. If cans are full, take items with you. Do not leave large boxes or containers that won’t fit into cans.
  • Please return all benches to their original positions inside court.
  • Generally accepted standards of tennis etiquette and decorum shall be observed, including but not limited to shirts being worn.
  • Cell phones should not be used on the courts in a manner that can cause annoyance to other players.
  • Homeowners may bring tennis coaches onto the courts in order to teach homeowners and their guests only. The homeowner must be present on the courts at all of these times. Coaches must abide by the rules of the Association and may be banned from the courts if they fail to comply.
  • Violation of the rules by a homeowner, a relative of a homeowner, a Lessee of a homeowner or a guest of a homeowner may result in suspension of the homeowner’s tennis court privileges and/or a monetary fine (including but not limited to attorneys’ fees), assessed against the homeowner.