Plantations Two Community Association, Inc.

Tennis Court Repairs

PATH REPAIRS

PickleBall is Here!

Pickleball on All Purpose Court: If you are interested in playing, contact Kathy Zegowitz at 301-512-6608 to borrow the net that makes the court complete. Kathy also has outdoor balls and a couple of extra wooden rackets if you would like to borrow them as well. Pickelball is not sponsored by Plantations II.

TENNIS COURT UPDATE
The tennis courts repairs and relining have fallen into the DELAYED REPAIR cycle created by the area's unusual large rainfall since last Spring 2018. Due to the continuing rain and colder weather the courts will not be repaired until next Spring 2019. If repairs were attempted during the colder weather the crack repair would fail and the relining would not hold up. We are scheduled for repair sometime late April or Early May (weather dependent) and will have newly refurbished courts for our spring/summer season.

During the court repairs the relining will include pickle ball lining in an alternate color to accommodate those who are pickle ball players.  Additionally, the nets and broken cranks will be replaced.

Thank you all for your patience in regards to this matter.

​​​The Path Reconstruction Project experienced major delays due to the inordinate amount of rain  that we have received in the past few months. But the Project is now scheduled to resume Thursday, November 1, 2018 (weather permitting).

 PATHS will be CLOSED for Reconstruction

Walking Path Repairs are

Resuming Tomorrow
Thursday, November 1
Starting with the CLOSING of Section 6
(Dixie Ridge Terrace to Rolling Fork Way)

Signs will be Posted at the Entrances to each Path Area when they will be Closed for Reconstruction

Please DO NOT enter the Construction Areas and

Please Do Not Walk on Paths until the Closure Tape is removed.


See Attachment Below for More Details


Santa will be arriving in the Damascus Volunteer Fire Department Ambulance to visit our community on Sunday, December 16th at 2 pm. The Boy Scouts of Troop 945 will serve hot chocolate, and musicians from the Damascus High School band will be there to greet Santa too!