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The TBK Bank Sports Complex in Bettendorf will reopen Saturday, May 16th. This news comes after Governor Kim Reynolds announced eased restrictions on Wednesday.

Great news for everyone wanting to finally get out of the house and do some fun activities! The TBK Bank Sports Complex in Bettendorf is reopening on Saturday. They will open their doors at 7 a.m. with policy changes and safety measures.

TBK Bank Sports Complex announced their reopening on Wednesday, after Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds announced during a press conference that restaurants, fitness centers, salons, barber shops, and massage therapy locations across all 99 counties in the state can reopen their doors.

Gov. Reynolds' new proclamation allows the TBK Bank Sports Complex to reopen their  basketball courts, volleyball courts, and indoor soccer fields. Those areas will be limited when it comes to the number participates in each area. Staff at the complex will be monitoring all surfaces with supervisors. Staff will also be sanitizing and disinfecting all areas throughout the day.

TBK Bank Sports Complex is adding hand sanitizing stations throughout the complex for customer use. Staff will be wearing masks to ensure safety for themselves as well as customers and members.

The TBK Bank Sports Complex is asking that members bring their own sporting equipment. For the time being, the TBK Bank Sports Complex will not be handing out balls for open play athletes.

TBK Bank Sports Complex staff is asking customers and members to follow CDC guidelines and remain 6 feet away from others. If you are not feeling well, staff is asking that you do not come to the facility for the safety of yourself and others.


Below are the new rules and restrictions for areas that will be open at the complex:

  • Open Play Hours 11:00 AM to 9:00 PM, Monday-Sunday, for drop in play
  • Athletes must bring their own equipment
  • Athletes will be limited to a two-hour time limit
  • Basketball courts will be limited to 4 athletes
  • Volleyball courts will be limited to 8 athletes
  • Indoor soccer field will be split into quarters, 8 athletes per quarter
  • Surfaces will be first come, first served basis

Even though basketball courts, volleyball courts, and indoor soccer fields will be reopen, Lanes High Games, the complex's bowling alley and arcade, will not be reopening. The new orders from Gov. Reynolds still prohibits bowling alleys and arcades from reopening.

For the full list of new rules and restrictions, click here.

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