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Major Maintenance Project Information
Ballfield Minor Capital Improvements Program

 

Address: Various (See links at right)


Current Status

January 2014
Several small improvements will be divided among four ballfield locations:

  1. Lower Woodland #7
  2. Lower Woodland #1 (Legacy Field)
  3. Interbay Stadium
  4. EC Hughes #1

Project Description

Budget: $50,000
Construction begins: June 2013
Project complete: Spring 2014

  1. Lower Woodland #7: A soccer goal back-up fence will be added.
  2. Lower Woodland #1: Replacement of Infield synthetic turf, clay pitcher's mound, and bases. With assistance from the Seattle Mariner's additional renovation of batting cages, warning track, and bull pens will be completed.
  3. Interbay Stadium: Replace carpet and rubber base inside the stadium.
  4. EC Hughes #1: Backstop, fencing and minor drainage improvements.

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Updated January 15, 2014

More Information

Gary Gibbons
800 Maynard Ave S
Suite 300
Seattle, WA 98134
206-386-1511
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