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Our Field Closing Process Our Field Closing Process

The decision to open or close fields is not necessarily based on the weather at any given moment, but rather on the condition of the fields themselves. After heavy or extended periods of rain, many grass fields often need hours or even a day or two to dry out and become playable. Conversely, there may be occasions when fields will remain open even if it has begun raining, because the fields are not saturated with water.

The primary reason for closing a field is player safety; playing soccer on a field that is muddy and saturated with water is dangerous and poses real risks of injury.

The secondary reason for closing a field is preservation of the playing surfaces; it only takes a few minutes to do serious damage to a field that is wet and slippery–and it can take weeks or months for a field to recover from such damage.

We will make every effort to provide a change in status by 4 PM on practices days and 7 AM on game days.  Please have patience as many of our decision makers work outside the County and it is difficult to put eyes on fields.

Field Directory and Status Field Directory and Status

Reminders Reminders

  • No parking in the grass. JCPRC will be towing vehicles parked in the grass or along the road.
    • Back :Lt and Shed Lot is the exception.
  • There are 4 parking lots available.
    • Front Gravel (near playground)
    • Large Middle Gravel
    • Shed Grass
    • Large BackgRAVEL
  • The speed limit is 20 MPH.
  • Take your trash with you.
    • No trash in the porta-potties.
  • Respect all signs.

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AYSO Region 322 - JCYSL

PO Box 504 
Charles Town, West Virginia 25414

Email Us: [email protected]
Phone : 681-283-8458
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