LIVINGSTON, NJ — The guys from NJPS Court Builder in Robbinsville, NJ were recently called in by Livingston Township officials to paint Pickleball Lines on the four Tennis Courts located at the Northland Pool complex.

The Official Township of Livingston Website now refers to these courts as “Tennis/Pickleball” Courts. The finished product features a pale yellow to distinguish it from the white Tennis lines.

Both Tennis and Pickleball players are now able to share these courts harmoniously.

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"The Pickleball progress that this town has made, in less than a year is incredible," said Michael Garber, one of the Founders of LIVINGSTON PICKLEBALL.

He goes on to say that a handfull of people brought a need and a vision to the town and responded quickly to that need.

A new project will add dedicated Pickleball courts at Heritage Middle School, after it and Memorial Park are resurfaced, that will give Livingston the opportunity of being the leading Pickleball community in New Jersey. Garber and all 150 of the LIVINGSTON PICKLEBALL players thank the Township of Livingston for its support and invite the community to try the game.