The Springfield-Greene County Park Board announced the Cooper Tennis Complex would be reopening on Wednesday after being closed down due to flooding.
The Complex was forced to close on June 4 after a morning power outage from a severe storm shut off power. While the building was empty, a pipe connected to the building’s fire suppression system burst, flooding the facility’s offices and common areas.
The men’s locker room, which sustained damage in the flooding, will remain closed until at least Tuesday, June 16.
All classes, lessons, programs, and court reservations are resuming at the facility, and while the men’s locker room is closed, lower level bathrooms have been made available.
The Complex is engaged in multiple COVID-19 restrictions, meaning everyone using the facilities are to remain six feet or more apart, frequently wash hands or use hand sanitizer, and to not come the complex if you feel sick.