Captains and coaches should bring their own cones to each game. Please contact event coordinators to get a set of cones if needed.
Check the field before the game for hazards and adjust field size or use a hazard marker as needed. Please report any issues to the event coordinators. Field Conditions, Weather & Game Cancellations
For game day updates, call the DiscNW Hotline: 206-504-DISC. We try to update the hotline at least one hour before the scheduled start time of a game.
We usually post game day updates on Twitter @DiscNW. Call the hotline for the most current update.
Please email the event coordinators with any questions. Coordinators are sometimes available to help on game days.
Even when games are not canceled, please evaluate the playfield before starting a game. Please do not play on grass fields that have standing water. If muddy patches start to show during the game, please consider stopping play.
All games should stop and everyone should evacuate the field at the first indication of lightning. Do not return to the fields until 30 minutes after the last indication of lightning.
Coaches and captains should use their best judgment with regards to playing in challenging weather conditions such as snow, hail, and wind.
See below for information about lights.
Most games go off without a hitch, but occasionally there are problems. We appreciate your help to find a resolution to any on site conflict in keeping with the principles of the Spirit of the Game.
Most parks allow for 10-20 minutes of lighting at the end of the reservation for egress. Fields in Seattle stay on for 10 additional minutes.
For lighting problems in Seattle, call the Ballfield Light Phone at 206-982-4583.
Lights in Shoreline are prescheduled, and there is no after hours number to call.
Double Bookings and Locked Gates
Please verify the DiscNW field reservation by checking the permit on the event website.
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If the fields are adjacent to a community center, staff at the center may be able to assist with any conflict.
In Seattle, players can contact the Parks Duty Officer for assistance: call 206-684-7250, press 2 when prompted and then the officer should call you back right away. If the number does not work please check the Seattle Parks contact page for the most up-to-date way to contact the Parks Duty Officer.
Please email the coordinators if you encounter any double bookings or locked gates.
Please abide by all park rules. Look for posted signs.
Please dispose of any trash and leave the fields clean.
Dogs and alcohol are not permitted on playfields.
We will update the hotline on game days with any cancellations or important news
This is an outgoing message only, please do not leave a voicemail