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Beginning this Friday, May 7th, we are back to our previous operating procedures, and the occupancy limit of six (6) players on the courts has been lifted!

Due to Multnomah County shifting from "Extreme Risk" to "High Risk" by the public health authorities, St. Johns Racquet Center will move to our operating procedures that were in effect before April 30th, 2021.

We have been warned that this is a week-by-week assessment by the proper authorities, and because of that, we will continue to be nimble and cautious as we move forward with our reopening process. Thank you for your patience and continued support as we manage to get our community back on the court!

For further questions regarding our facility reopening, please email

Beginning Thursday, April 22nd, St. Johns Racquet Center will be open Thursday evenings from 6:00 PM to 10:00 PM, as well as Saturdays and Sundays 9:00 AM to 3:30 PM.

Thank you with your patience as
 we move forward and continue to be cautious with our schedule.
These are experimental hours and are not indicative of any permanent schedule changes for the facility. Although our hours are expanding, our COVID-safe practices have not changed:

We now have a thermal temperature scanner, courtesy of Pacific Office Automation, that checks every person's temperature who walks through our front door. We do this to avoid any accidental spread of the virus while you're having fun out on the courts.

We also have two industrial Air Scrubbers placed between Courts 1 and 2 and between Courts 2 and 3. Our coaches and community members have played on the courts while reopening and attest that they do not interfere with play in any way!

Our Health and Safety Protocols require us to keep socializing in the lobby to a minimum. This means that you must check-in for your court and head directly to the reserved location. At the end of your court time, you must leave via doors behind Court 1 or Court 3.

Bathrooms will be available to the public, but our lockers and showers will not be open for use.

Do you keep data on people's temperature as they enter the facility?
No! Our temperature scanner is not modified to log information in any way. It only scans to check temperatures as people stand in front of it. There is no way for St. Johns Racquet Center, or any third party, to track those who have stood in front of the temperature scanner.

Are face masks required for play?
Yes! Face masks are required for indoor athletic activities, as stated in the State's COVID-19 guidelines.

Can I reserve a court for pickleball?
Yes! You can reserve courts through our tennisbooking website. When you press the "Book" button to reserve your court, a window will pop up to verify your reservation. In this window, select the "Pickleball Net" option, and you are good to go!

Can I rent pickleball paddles and balls?
Yes! You can rent pickleball paddles for $2 per paddle, per court time. You also receive one free rented pickleball per court used.

For further questions regarding our facility reopening, please email

Due to the new restrictions going into effect on Friday, April 30th, we are only allowed to have six (6) players on our courts during any one court time at St. Johns Racquet Center.
Because of this we will need all reservations to list the first names of the individuals who will be on the court during the reserved time. If there are multiple doubles reservations, we will use a first-come-first-serve basis to contact the reservation that will need to change, either to a different time or commit to playing singles during the previously reserved time. 
  1. Court 1 is reserved for 9:00 AM on Saturday Morning by Joe (listing Bob, Carol, and Kim for mixed doubles) at 3:57 PM on Monday, then Court 3 is reserved for 9:00 AM on Saturday by Jess (listing Amy, Karen, and Lisa for doubles) at 5:54 PM on Thursday. SJRC would then contact Jess to take care of the conflict and find an alternate time for them to play, or Jess would switch to singles on the day.

If a player lists that they are playing singles, and they show up with four players for doubles, only two of the four will be allowed in the facility. We apologize for the inconvenience, and we will make sure to send updates via our newsletter as they develop!

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