The city will reopen the Richardson Tennis Center and the customer service lobby of the Municipal Court building beginning May 1, according to an April 30 news release. Certain amenities at Sherrill Park Golf Course will also reopen, according to the city.
Staff at the public library are currently reviewing statewide guidelines that say libraries can reopen at 25% capacity. In the meantime, the public can check out items via curbside pickup only. In-person services will resume as soon as possible, according to the release.
Here is a breakdown of the changes.
- Richardson Municipal Court will reopen for some services, such as in-person fine payments, Monday, May 4. All dockets and hearings will be conducted remotely through May 31. Trials are postponed through the end of May.
- Richardson Tennis Center will reopen May 1 but with modified hours, which are as follows.
- Mon.-Thu. 9 a.m.-8 p.m.
- Fri. 9 a.m.-6 p.m.
- Sat. 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
- Sun. 10 a.m.-4 p.m.
- As of Friday, May 1, the driving range and putting greens at Sherrill Park Golf Course will reopen. Golfers are expected to maintain adequate social distancing. The Pro Shop will reopen but with a maximum of four patrons at a time. The city is also discontinuing its online booking system, so tee times will have to be made via phone or in person at the clubhouse.
For more information on these changes, visit www.cor.net/coronavirus.