For the safety of our residents Lightning Warning Devices have been installed at numerous locations around town. If there is Lightning within 2.5 miles of any detector a 15 second blast of horns will sound. Our devices are equipped with a strobe light. The strobe will operate until the hazard has cleared the area. At that moment the “all clear” horns will sound. The “all clear” horns are three 5 second blasts. The strobe will turn off as well. The detectors will only sound from 8AM -10PM.
Lightning Warning Devices are located at each field. Seek shelter anytime you believe lightning threatens the area. Should an alarm sound, everyone is to leave the playing area immediately until the "all clear" horn.
An automated external defibrillator (AED) is a lightweight, portable device that delivers an electric shock through the chest to the heart. The shock can potentially stop an irregular heart beat (arrhythmia) and allow a normal rhythm to resume following sudden cardiac arrest (SCA). SCA occurs when the heart malfunctions and stops beating unexpectedly. If not treated within minutes, it quickly leads to death.
Although formal training in the use of an AED is not required, it is recommended to help the rescuer increase their comfort and level of confidence. However, AEDs are intended for use by the general public. AEDs use audible voice prompts to guide the user through the process.
The AED is located at the public address booth at Veterans Field.
To ensure spectator safety, please sit in designated spectator areas and always be alert for hit or thrown balls. Please note Umpires may ask you to move for your safety and/or so you aren't accidentally interfering with play.
Grass fields tend to have "divots" or holes and can be slippery when wet. Use handrails and walk slowly when using the bleachers.
Please use care when walking or sitting at the field.
As a reminder, smoking (including e-cigarettes and vape pens) is not permitted on any field property or complex; this includes the bleachers, parking lot and most surrounding areas.
Be aware of your surroundings and read street signs when parking at the field, home or away. Many fields have street parking so be aware of any parking restrictions, especially yellow curbs and driveways.
Please do not block emergency vehicle entrances or fire hydrants.
Make sure you have parked safely away from a potential hit or thrown ball.