The Sierra Vista Community Tennis Association (SVCTA) is a local non-profit organization and a member of the United States Tennis Association (USTA). Established in 2014, the SVCTA's goal is to support local public tennis through the hosting of local tennis events, maintaining a tennis friendly environment for new arrivals and current residents, and coordinating with the City of Sierra Vista to provide and improve public tennis facilities. Kings Court, a private facility donated in 2012 to the city, has six soft-surface tennis courts with wind screens, on-court shaded seating and water, lighted courts, public men and women restrooms, and a part-time teaching professional. Six hard courts at Apache Middle School, behind the Rothery Education Center, 3305 East Fry Boulevard, have very limited amenities, which currently consists of one porta potty. Both facilities experience daily play, normally between 0800-1100 hours, but the Kings Court public courts are more popular because of the softer surface that reduces the stress to senior player's lower body. The SVCTA membership is open to anyone interested in tennis, all level skills of players and non-players. SVCTA activities include ongoing adult and youth events, which can be found on the 2019 calendar of events on Facebook/SVCTA. The 5th annual six-week summer tennis program for the Boys and Girls Club of Sierra Vista is planned for June-July.