SAN ANTONIO -- Olga Martinez says she's been trying for a while now to get several issues at Villa Coronado Park fixed.
The park is located on the 11000 block of Ruidosa, on the city's Southside.
"It makes me mad, because it should have never have been in this condition, " said Martinez.
Martinez is also the President of the Villa Coronado neighborhood association. She showed News 4 the condition of the park's tennis courts. The courts are cracked, have grass growing in between the cracks and has ant piles.
"It's terrible," Martinez added.
Martinez also showed us an exposed hole along the park grounds.
She also said there are problems with the walking trail at the park. Some of the lights along the trail don't work. The trail was put in the park with money from the 2007 city bond.
"Of course they don't want to be out here in the dark, " said Martinez.
The city's Parks and Recreation department told News 4 they will be coordinating with a contractor to fix the broken lights and cover the hole.
As for the tennis courts, the city says there is not enough money in the budget right now to fix them. The city's Parks and Recreation department has a budget of $87,000,000 to make improvements to the 68 parks around town.
The money is part of the 2012 bond. The parks department says the park projects were prioritized and chosen through public input and Villa Coronado is not on the list.
If you want to report a problem at your park, you can call the city at 311.
To learn more about park improvements CLICK HERE.