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COVID 19 Risk Mitigation Plan

D-54 COVID Plan


EMAIL SENT 2/19/2021
Great, great news Roseville Little League families. The California Department of Public Health just updated it’s guidelines for youth sports. Under the new guidelines, even counties in purple with daily new case rates below 14 per 100,000 can play high contact outdoor sports as early as Feb. 26 - and yes, that means baseball. If these conditions remain, we should be able to have a full season this year. This is fantastic news for all players and their families. It really is an exciting day.


EMAIL SENT 1/19/2021

Hello Roseville Little League families,

We are almost there - just five days until we kickoff the season with our first day of tryouts. This Saturday is for players with the last name that starts A-M. However, if your player’s last name begins in the second half of the alphabet and you know you will not be available next weekend, it is ok to come this Saturday. Please see the attached schedule for specific times based on age. 

Things to keep in mind:

  • Location - Buljan Park, 150 Hallissy Dr. (the field near the park in the north east corner) 

  • All players and spectators must wear a mask or gaiter the entire time they are at tryouts. 

  • Only one spectator/parent per player.

  • Players need to bring a glove, bat and batting helmet - but nothing else. Players should bring their entire gear bag while waiting in line and must leave any water bottles or drinks with parents or in the car. 

  • Come warmed-up and stretched. We will not have players warm each other up playing catch prior to tryouts. So please use a parent or sibling to warm up prior to arriving. 


EMAIL SENT 1/2/2021

Hello Roseville Little League families,

As we get closer to the start of the 2021 spring season, we want to share a few updates. Below are the answers to some FAQs.

When will the season start?

We are very optimistic with the state’s newly released guidelines - if we get to the red tier, we can play games. This might mean a later start to game play, but we are hoping to get cleared in time to fit in several games before the end of June and allow teams to compete in postseason TOC and All Star tournaments.

In the meantime, the new guidelines already allow us to run traditional practices - with extra protocols to reduce the possible spread of COVID 19. They also allow us to proceed with the Jan. 23 and Jan. 30 tryout dates. More information on tryouts to come.

If we are unable to play games, what kind of refund can I expect?

If we determine that we cannot play this season prior to ordering uniforms, we will be able to refund the majority of the fee - possibly up to 95-100%. If we buy uniforms and purchase equipment and then the season gets shut down again, the refund amount would drop according to those expenses.

What precautions is the league taking to mitigate the spread of COVID 19?

We are still finalizing our plan for this spring, but it will closely match the plan we released for fall of 2020. That plan is attached to this email. We will share the details of the new plan as soon as we have them.

Where can I register?

Visit our registration page found here.

We also want to thank all of those families who have already registered. Despite all of the obstacles that we have in these chaotic times, our numbers are nearly on track with last year’s and we will be able to field several teams in every division, giving all participants the chance to play against several opponents.

Thank you all again and wish you all a happy New Year,

RLL Board of Directors


EMAIL SENT 12/17/2020

Good morning Roseville Little League families,

Earlier this week, the California Department of Public Health released new COVID-19 guidelines for youth sports. Under the new guidelines, sports are linked directly to each county’s color tier. For baseball, even in the purple tier, the state permits outdoor conditioning and skill development that would be consistent with a Little League practice and would allow for tryouts to take place as scheduled (Jan. 23 and 30), and for practices to begin in February. Once the county gets to the red tier, teams can play traditional games with some added social distancing protocols. 

With that, we are going full speed ahead with registration, tryouts, and scheduling for a regular season. We know that the game play may be delayed, and potentially even canceled, if we do not see numbers improve - but the recent guidelines are pretty favorable for baseball and we want to be ready to go as soon as we are cleared to do so.

For more information or to register today, please visit

Thank you, 

Roseville Little League Board of Directors


Roseville Little League
PO Box 224 
Roseville, California 95678

Email: [email protected]

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