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Montclair Township residents will need to obtain tennis permits to play on municipal courts at Mountainside, Rand, Canterbury and Nishuane parks beginning May 3. 

Court usage is limited to one hour.

Residents (ages 5 to adult) may apply for free 2021 tennis permits through the Department of Recreation and Cultural Affairs. Proof of residency is required.

Each permit holder will be allowed one out-of-town guest for court play. COVID-19 rules and restrictions must be followed and are posted at the tennis courts. All players must have their tennis permits when using the facilities. 

No private professional instruction is permitted at any time. Group lessons are under the direction of the Department of Recreation and Cultural Affairs. 

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To register for a tennis permit, visit communitypass.net.