- Please remember that Lowell Little League is private property and respect it as such.
- No alcohol or persons under the influence of alcohol are permitted in the ballpark.
- No illegal drugs or person under the influence of illegal drugs are permitted in the ballpark.
- NO PETS are allowed in the ballpark (this includes the parking lot). Any animal determined to be unattended in a vehicle will be reported to Indianapolis Animal Care & Control.
- No foul language or arguing will be tolerated.
- No cell phones to be used in the dugouts or on the field. If you do so, you will be asked to leave the dugout/field and return after the game is completed.
- Only managers, coaches, team moms, and players are permitted in the dugout. NO EXCEPTIONS.
- No food other than gum and sunflower seeds is allowed in the dugouts. Managers and coaches are responsible for making sure dugout is cleaned after each game.
- If there is a game following yours on the same field, please vacate the dugout promptly.
- Managers are responsible for keeping their field trash can emptied as needed.
- Field preparation is the responsibility of the home team. This includes raking the field AFTER your game.
- NO PARKING inside the cattle gate.
- Every team will be responsible for staffing the concession stand with 2 adults during their assigned games. Failure to do so will result in delay of game.
- Do not allow children to climb fences, throw rocks, or run on stairs of observation decks/score stands.
- NEW NO SMOKING POLICY: SMOKING IS ONLY ALLOWED IN THE PARKING LOT AREAS FURTHER THAN 40 FT. FROM FENCE LINE.
VIOLATION OF DRUG/ALCOHOL RULES WILL RESULT IN EJECTION FROM BALLPARK AND POSSIBLE SUSPENSION FROM THE LEAGUE FOR THE REMAINDER OF THE SEASON AS DECIDED BY BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
Weather changes can do more than delay a game. Please familiarize yourself with these weather safety tips.
- The average lightning bolt is 6-8 miles long and the average thunderstorm is 6-10 miles wide and travels at 25mph.
- Once the leading edge of the storm approaches within 10 miles, you are in danger.
- On average, thunder can only be heard over a distance of 3-5 miles. This means that by the time you hear thunder, there is potential danger.
- If a manager or coach feels threatened by weather, STOP PLAY and move everyone to safety.
WHERE TO GO?
- Large, enclosed shelters
- Automobiles with windows rolled up are a good place to seek shelter from lightning.
WHERE NOT TO GO?
- Avoid isolated trees and picnic shelters
- Stay away from dugouts, bleachers, fences, light poles, and water
IN THE EVENT OF A TORNADO, TAKE SHELTER IN THE CONCESSION STAND.