Adult Softball Spring 2015
Monday Night - Mens League
Tuesday and Friday Nights - Coed League
Player’s contracts (each player), team rosters, and league fees are ALL due at the time of registration; no exceptions will be made. Limited spots are available, registrations will occur on a first come-first serve basis.
Team Information Sheet
Team Roster Form
Adult Contract (Each Player)
Registration Begins: January 12–February 26, 2015
Register in person at:
Parks, Recreation and Cultural Affairs Department Administrative Office Map
Historic Thomas Center, Bldg. B.
306 NE 6th Avenue,
Gainesville, FL 32601
Monday–Thursday: 7:00 am–6:00 pm
Adult Softball Team Registration Fee: $184.50 Total ($167.75 + $16.75 PRCA Master Plan Surcharge*) Non-City Resident:
Mandatory Manager Meeting
February 26, 2015, at 7:00 pm
Martin Luther King Gymnasium’s Meeting Room, 1028 NE 14th Street
Season is scheduled to being on the following dates:
|Monday Night League
|Tuesday Night League
|Friday Night League
Please note season might be extended a week or two if make-up games occur. Estimated 12-13 week season.
For additional information regarding the Adult Softball League, please contact:
Michelle Weydert at (352) 393-8751, or by email.
You may also visit the league line up webpage during the season for current information.
* As of October 1, 2013, the surcharge was introduced to assist in paying for the improvements and expansion of programs that are a part of the 20-year Master Plan for the Parks, Recreation, and Cultural Affairs Department. For more information, please visit the Master Plan page.
Need to reserve a ball field?
If you or your team wants to reserve a ball field for a practice session or league play, please call Mary Harker at 352-393-8538.
Fees may apply.
Mike Oranksy Gainesville Tennis Academy
City tennis programs are operated in conjunction with Mike Oransky Gainesville Tennis Academy at the Joyce Oransky Tennis Center at
Albert Ray Massey Westside Park.
For more information, call (352) 376-8250 or visit Mike's Website.
Good Health...It Starts in Parks: Active users of public parks have a lower body mass index (a ratio between weight and height) than did people who use parks passively or not at all.