Tennis and pickleball
- Weather permitting
- Generally from May 1 to November 15
- 7 a.m. to 11 p.m.
- Courts are reserved for Saint-Lazare residents on proof of the citizen’s card (valid)
- No private tennis lessons are tolerated on the courts of Saint-Lazare
A key is required to access the courts.
- You can buy your key starting Tuesday April 6th, 2021.
- Purchases online online only. A valid resident card is mandatory.
- As a cost of $8/key (taxes included)
- Once bought online, the key can be picked up at the community centre during regular business hours.
- Courts must be reserved online by means of the citizen’s card:
- At least 3 to 48 hours in advance
- To play the same day, check online availability.
- Online or
- By phone at 450-424-8000 extension 220, during service hours
12 to 99 year olds are invited to discover pickleball, a racket sport easier to play than tennis or badminton and easier on muscles and joints. The racquet is smaller and the ball is empty plastic with a perforated surface.
Pickleball is practiced both indoors and outdoors on a hard surface with a lineage, and the size of a badminton field. The city has traced out several courts accordingly. These can be used for both tennis and pickleball.
To discover this sport, visit the Pickleball Québec website and participate to a free initiation session.
Code of conduct, dress code and rules
- Proper dress is required; wearing a sweater or camisole, short pants or pants and sneakers.
- Respectful language and behavior are expected.
- Bicycles, rollerblades, skateboards and scooters are prohibited on tennis courts. All this equipment must be left outside the courts.
- Maintenance equipment is available along fences and must be put back in place after use.
- For safety reasons, playing on wet courts is not recommended.
List of parks lined with pickleball courts:
List of parks lined with tennis courts: