Coronavirus (COVID-19) Alert
All public gatherings in City parks are cancelled until further notice.
Event applications for any special events or field and court permits are not being accepted, nor reviewed until further notice.
NYC's tennis season is delayed until further notice. Tennis permit sales have been suspended for the 2020 season. If you have already purchased a tennis permit, it will be valid through 2021.
The City requires a permit to play tennis on any public court. The Parks tennis season starts on the first Saturday of April and ends on the Sunday before Thanksgiving every year. Check your calendar for dates.
Permits purchased are good for use until the end of the season. The same fees and expiration date apply if you are interested in purchasing a permit late in the season.
- For single play, your permit is good for 1 hour of tennis each day in any borough.
- For doubles play, permits are good for 2 hours of tennis each day in any borough.
You can complete and submit the forms to receive a court reservation ticket and permit online or by mail.
For status on your previously submitted application, you can contact the Manhattan Tennis Permit Borough Office over the phone during regular business hours.
Get information about tennis permits and renewal applications.
Call 311 to request a paper copy.