DTC update: Join us for a Zoom Q & A Tuesday (June 2) evening

While we still have not opened, to help you get ready for the season ahead, we are going to host an on-line meeting by Zoom on Tuesday, June 2, at 7 p.m.

On this call, we will review the booking system, new club rules and programs, and answer any questions you might have.  
We will distribute the link to all of our members on Tuesday afternoon.

While you will only be able to make real bookings once the club is open, we encourage all members to check out our new court reservation system, Court Reserve, and verify that you can log in.

Most of your information has already been brought over to the new system, but you will need to reset your password the first time you log in.

To do this, head over to Davisville’s portalclick on the “log in” link , and then click on the “forgot password” link to reset yours. Remember to use the same e-mail address you used when signing up or renewing at the club this year. 
You can also download the Court Reserve app for your phone. Your user name and password will be the same. 

Also take few minutes to review the new court booking rules that you can find here on our website. (Scroll down the page to see all.)

We have set up our nets and adapted our hours, booking system, staffing, court protocols, clubhouse use, signage, and other things  to make sure that we will create an enjoyable experience for all of our members.

As of this writing, we are waiting on both updated guidelines from the City of Toronto and approval of a waiver  that community tennis clubs can use to ensure that our members, board and club are protected against any eventuality. We hope they will arrive early next week. Stay tuned.

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