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Field Conditions

FSA Rainout Hotline: 972-738-9095 

The website will be updated for cancellations by 3pm weekdays and by 7am weekends
If hotline number and/or website are not updated, assume that all fields are open and games will be played as scheduled. 
Some games may be called by the referees at the field in the event of inclement weather.

Park Field Conditions  Last Updated

 Warren Sports Complex

OPEN

5/13/2014 as of 3:08PM
 FC Dallas Complex OPEN 5/13/2014 as of 3:08 PM
 Bacchus Park

OPEN

5/13/2014 as of 3:08PM
 Allen Field Conditions

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 ASA Hotline: 214-509-4809
 Mckinney Field Conditions

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 MSA Hotline: 972-569-6808 ext 3
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If hotline number and/or website are not updated, assume that all fields are open and games will be played as scheduled.
Game fields are for scheduled use only...violators will be ticketed.

Hot Weather Policy

Cold Weather Policy

PLEASE READ:

FSA Parking PolicyLightning Predictor System - Operation and PolicyCity of Frisco, Ordinance regarding Pets at the field

Lightning Predictor System - Operation andPolicy posted 9/25/2006
The City of Frisco has installed three lightning predictors in the following locations: 
The Youth Center unit is located beyond the center field fence, north of the old flag pole. The Shawnee unit is beyond the yellow field center field fence, next to the playground. The Warren unitis located near the northwest corner of the west football field. The City will be testing the system on weekdays, once a week during the day when no one is playing. The sensors will be cleaned every thirty days.

System operation: 
When a probability of lightning is detected the horn will sound continuously for fifteen seconds and the yellow light will begin flashing. At this time all fields will be cleared. The yellow light will continue to flash as long as a threat exists. When a threat is no longer detected, the horn will sound three short blasts and the yellow light will go off. It is then safe to return to the fields and resume play.

Games policy
As soon as the horn sounds and the yellow light goes on, all games will be immediately stopped. Players, officials and spectators must leave the fields and seek a shelter for the duration of the threat (cars are strongly suggested as the space around the concession stand is very limited). Should the referees feel, using their best judgment, that a potential threat is present, they HAVE to authority to stop the games even before the alarm is triggered.

Since there is no way to determine how long the threat will last, the following rules will apply for all games, regardless on who stops them (alarm or referee):

1.- Any game not started (initial kick-off) will be delayed 30 minutes. Should the system determines that the threat is no longer in place and goes off within 30 minutes, the game can start. Beyond the 30 minutes timeframe, the game will be considered cancelled and every effort will be made to reschedule it (subject to time constraints and field availability). 

2.- Any game being played and stopped BEFORE the second half kick-off will be considered cancelled and every effort will be made to reschedule it (subject to time constraints and field availability). For the competitive divisions, the score will NOT count and considered INVALID for the standings.

3.- Any game being played and stopped AFTER the second half kick-off will be considered valid and will NOT be rescheduled. For the competitive divisions, the score will count and considered VALID for the standings.

Just because the skies look relatively clear, a lightning strike can still occur. 

Thanks for your cooperation and helping put the safety of our youth first.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

City of Frisco Code of Ordinances under Section 58-92, Item 14.
(14) Unlawful to allow animals in/on athletic fields/facility or in concession, plaza, restroom and playground areas or within 75 feet thereof. It shall be unlawful for a person to allow any animal, for which they are solely or jointly responsible for controlling, on any athletic field/facility, concession, plaza or playground areas within any park. It shall also be unlawful for a person to allow any animal, for which they are solely or jointly responsible for controlling, within 75 feet of any athletic field/facility, concession or plaza areas within any park unless the animal is located completely on a paved walking trail that is not more than ten feet wide and remains on the walking trail while within 75 feet of any athletic field/facility, concession or plaza areas within any park. For purposes of this subsection (14):

a. Plaza shall mean the entire paved portion in the center of a four-plex or five-plex of any athletic field/facility. A plaza shall not be considered to be a walking trail. 

b. Playground shall mean the entire safety surface area around and under playground equipment.

 

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