Playing Courts located at Maxwell Farms Regional Park, 100 Verano, Sonoma.
Sonoma Valley Tennis Association is a community organization dedicated to the promotion of tennis play within our valley. SVTA sponsors USTA men and women's leagues, and Sonoma-Napa-Marin Women's league play, and Junior Tennis. Lessons and classes with a USPTA teaching pro are available to the public at the Maxwell Farms tennis courts.
COURT USE AND SCHEDULING
CAPTAINS: To Reserve courts for your playing season, please contact the court scheduler, Corky Rosengren, email@example.com
PLAYERS: To reserve a court in advance of the day of play, please contact a board member (see Board Members).
COURT USE: Maxwell courts are licensed to SVTA by Sonoma County for the exclusive purpose of tennis play.
NO soccer, soccer tennis, futsal, skateboarding, bike riding, pickleball, paddle tennis, in-line hockey, or any other non-tennis activity. SVTA reserves the right to enforce exclusive use of the courts.
FOR MAXWELL COURTS
Management of Maxwell Shopping Center will allow tennis players to park in the shopping center parking lot if parking is restricted to area indicated on adjacent map.
Parking is also available at the Maxwell Regional Parks entrance located at 100 W. Verano Ave.
SONOMA VALLEY TENNIS ASSOCIATION
USTA NORTHERN CALIFORNIA
2018 ACES AWARD
OUTSTANDING COMMUNITY TENNIS ASSOCIATION
The Governing Board of Sonoma Valley Tennis Association is pleased to announce the addition of six new board directors.
Please join us in welcoming:
- John Holden
- Stephen Sorkin
- Rose Tilkicioglu
- Sherrie Perkovich
- Stephanie Mackin
- Andrew Exner
SVTA Board Director Bruce Lamoreaux, member of the winning 2018 NorCal Hawks, proudly holds the team trophy. The NorCal Hawks
defeated the Sacto Seniors in a nailbiter Super Men 3.5 Final (2-1)
at the 2018 25th Annual BNP Paribas Open Senior Cup
The tournament was held at Indian Wells Tennis Garden in March. Want to know more about the tournament? Just ask Bruce.
SONOMA VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL UPGRADES TENNIS COURT LIGHTS - April 2018
The courts are available for play during non-school hours.