Abbeywood park used to be a quiet place, before the pickleball arrived.
Pickleball is a great game, but it has a noise problem, it produces sounds similar to your neighbor's roofing project. And that is every day, up to 12 hours a day. Please check out the videos. Society has evolved and no one is denying harmfull effects of nicotine or alcohol over time anymore. Few cigarettes or drinks does not kill you. Noise also does not kill you, but it does harm to your health over time.
Pickleball players initially will disagree with me, but the interesting part is, majority of players themselves would not want to live next to the courts.
Average pickleball game noise - check the decibels.
Compare it to a roofing project.
Pickleball machine, shoots a ball every few seconds. It is on the other side of the court more than 100 ft away.
Noise can be an actual torture tool.
It is clear that pickleball noise is over 55dB This is village of Lisle noise ordinance.
Our dear neighbors, noise ordinances are very likely violated here at Abbeywood park. Please help to fight this public nuisance. I am talking from personal experience being exposed to pickleball noise for 1000+ hours. Lisle park district made a questionable decision and converted existing tennis courts to pickleball courts, without any due diligence. Pickleball national association managing director himself acknowledged that this tennis conversion to pickleball courts practice is problematic.