Centennial says no to any new outdoor pickleball courts until October

The centenarian this week approved a six-month moratorium on the construction of new outdoor pickleball courts in the city so he can assess the potential for noise complaints and how to minimize them, as the popular sport continues to thrive in Colorado.

City council voted 8-1 on Tuesday night in favor of the temporary ban, which will end on September 30 unless extended by council.

There have been numerous reports from across the country of neighborhoods being driven mad by the sound of the impact between the pickleball and the paddle, which some acoustic engineers characterize as “impulsive sound” particularly annoying to the human ear.


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