Denver Residents Volley with City Officials Over Pickleball and Recreational Noise1 min read
“We have had, over the years, some complaints along the lines of these recreational activities,” said Brendan Doyle, noise program supervisor for the DDPHE. “More recently, as some of you are aware, we’ve had complaints about pickleball.”
Recreational noise can include everything from the sinking of basketballs into chain nets to the pelting of baseballs inside a batting cage. But it’s pickleball that has landed at center court, especially at Monday’s meeting, where locals questioned why the four courts in Congress Park were shut down in early April….
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