The default will always be a "coach's game-time decision". When possible, on game days, 9 AM on Saturdays and 4 PM on weekdays we will check field conditions. When we feel all three fields are deemed unplayable due to a combination of weather and conditions, we will close the park. Otherwise, it will remain coach's decision.

To check rainout updates go to the following website: RAINOUT WEBSITE

Please don't expect an update before 4 pm. We appreciate your patience and look forward to seeing you at the park!


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2020 RLL Season Update & Information

RLL Families,

We hope this finds you and your family well. The past few months have been unprecedented and a challenge for everyone. RLL and all Little Leagues have not dealt with a situation quite like this in the past. Little League has kept in close contact with the State District and Local Leagues on an ongoing basis to provide direction, suggestions to find ways to resume activities of the leagues. While there is no ‘one size’ fits all approach for all leagues around the country to resume, it was suggested to follow local government guidelines and restrictions & requirements to get activities going again.

While all of our RLL Board members, Coaches and volunteers have worked hard since November 2019 to setup the 2020 season and activities;  And now during the shutdown these volunteers have tried to find ways to plan and prepare to resume activities and follow all the Phases and guidelines from the State, County & City, but now as of this week, Clark County was set back and denied moving into Phase 2 of the Washington State reopening plan due to a outbreak of positive COVID tests in Vancouver.

As much as RLL wanted to start a delayed season that ran from mid-summer to early fall, this phased reopening access will not allow RLL to do so. It pushes the start of having multiple games (with more than 50 people at the entire facility at a time) at RORC & Abrams to August if all phases move forward without incident. It is with great displeasure and sadness that RLL will be canceling the 2020 spring & fall seasons.

RLL, however is still planning to resume activities as soon as the WA State Phase 3 opens for Clark County. These Activities will include resuming and finishing the RLL Hit-A-Thon Fundraiser competition, Little League/T-Mobile sponsored Jr. Home Run Derby (Ages 10-14), Pitch, Hit & Run (All Ages), Weekly Skills practices, Fee based clinics & camps. Moving into WA State Phase 4 we look to introduce Little League Sandlot Fundays, which will be a loose organized pickup game series at RORC and Abrams for Baseball and Softball that will be age based. RLL will also be planning competitive Hitting Leagues once indoor Fieldhouse access is allowed. While these are being planned and setup, RLL does not have an exact timeline currently as access and resumption is based on WA state phase approvals for the county.

RLL as part of Little League is a completely volunteer based, non-profit, community-based organization. And relies completely on Fees, donations, and revenue from volunteers running the concession stands at the parks that are played in during the spring season, and any promotions and merchandise sales.

During the preparations for the season RLL takes on the tasks and expenses, with the help of many volunteers the cleaning, repairs and materials for the up keep of Abrams Park, purchasing new equipment, protective gear, pitching mounds and netting. RLL Also incurs costs to Little League for Chartering the League for the year and providing/purchasing the required Insurances, Access to RORC, Abrams Park and School District spaces by rental fees to run the season. This season RLL did not use full season access at the facilities, but in preparation for the season had use of facilities for practices, meetings, evaluations, drafts, coach First -Aid training. (RLL also pays the training fees to certify coaches in the First-Aid & AED training to keep our kids safe)

Along with the season preparations, RLL has cost for new/replacement gear, baseball/softballs and uniforms. While some gear can be returned for a credit, uniforms are custom and printed and are not able to return, but will be stored and used for the next upcoming season in Spring 2021.

With the cancelation of the 2020 season, RLL is extending the following options to paid RLL registered families for their fees:

1.) Roll over 100% of the paid fees to use for Spring 2021 or other RLL fee based events.

2.) Donate the 2020 Registration fees to RLL. (Tax deductible donation.)

3.) Request a Fee refund at 85%. (the remining 15% can be counted as a tax-deductible donation to RLL)

The deadline to respond for the Fees option is July 15, 2020. After that date RLL will accept the fees paid for the Spring 2020 season as a donation toward the future of Little League Baseball & Softball in Ridgefield.

All Fee correspondence should be sent to treasurer@ridgefieldlittleleague.com

While we know this has been a hard time for all and especially the kids, RLL is working diligently to be able to provide access to them by offering Baseball and Softball activities once the government starts to allow these activities. RLL appreciates your understanding and your support of the Little League organization.

If you have any questions please feel free to contact us at rllwashington@gmail.com and please be patient as we will do our best to get back to you in a timely manner.

Thank you,

Ridgefield Little League

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