What is the update on the Indoor Racquet Facility?

Indoor Racquet Facility

What is the back story?

Maybe you heard that the City of Brentwood is considering building an indoor racquet facility in Crockett Park. There was a potential partnership with Williamson County, but before the City moved forward with Williamson County,

four City Commissioners voted to do more due diligence with a deep-dive into researching a potential indoor racquet facility. They did this to ensure that the City was making the most fiscally-responsible decision for Brentwood taxpayers.

What is the update?

This summer, the Brentwood City Commission selected a small group of highly-qualified Brentwood residents to spend 90 days researching options for building an indoor racquet facility in Brentwood. The committee was tasked with providing a comprehensive report of their findings to the City Commission so that the City Commission could make an informed decision about how to move forward.

I was honored to be selected to serve as the representative from the City Commission to this Ad Hoc Committee. It was truly a pleasure to work with this expert team of dedicated volunteers.

On August 30th, while the committee was well into their research, Williamson County retracted their offer for a potential partnership. With this new development in mind, the committee continued their hard work and research.

The report from the Brentwood Racquet Facility Ad Hoc Committee is now complete and available to the public. The committee shares their recommendation in this report.

You can read the Committee’s report here.

The Brentwood Racquet Facility Ad Hoc Committee will give a presentation to the City Commission on Thursday morning, November 9th at 9:00am. This City work session meeting will be held at City Hall in the Annex Room and is open to the public.


If you are able to attend, please know that these bi-weekly work session meetings are not open to public discussion. (If you would like to make a public comment, there is designated time for public comments at the bi-weekly Monday night City Commission meetings.) I look forward to hearing this presentation and hope you can attend and listen on Thursday, November 9th.

After you have had a chance to read through the report, you are welcome to email your thoughts about the report to your seven City Commissioners.

You can email the City Commissioners

through this link.

If you cannot attend on November 9th,

you can watch the November 9th work session meeting here.

Thank you, Brentwood residents, for your continued interest in the activities of your City Commission,