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Player Eligibility is based on Baseball and Softball League Age:

Use this calculator to find a player's League Age

To see the cost of play look at our League Info page

Other Required Registration forms:

In order to fully register your child we will need to see a Birth Certificate and three Proofs of Residency showing your address within our boundaries dated between Feb 2018 and Feb 2019.  Please also be prepared to show the Original Birth Certificate when requested.

Did You Know:
  • Uploading the Birth Certificate and Residency Proofs now will make qualifying for All-Stars much simpler when that time comes.
  • Once the District has confirmed the Player's Birth Certificate, it is in their database and you will not need to show it again during the player's Little League Career.  Player's that have played Little League All-Stars will already be confirmed by the District.

Official Little League Proof of Residency Policy

Residency and School Attendance Eligibility Requirements

  • A school issued report card or performance record is NOT accepted to establish school attendance. Either the school enrollment form or an official/certified school enrollment record dated prior to October 1 of the previous year can be used to establish school attendance for the current season.
  • Also, residence shall be established and supported by documents containing the full residence which includes parent(s) or guardian(s) name, street address, city, state and zip code information, dated or in force between February 1 of previous the year and February 1 of the current year, from one or more documents from EACH of the three Groups outlined below:

Group I

  1. Driver’s License (photo ID of parent(s) or guardian(s) with qualifying residence address)
  2. School records (home address of player’s parents or guardians)
  3. Vehicle records (i.e., registration, lease, etc.)
  4. Employment records
  5. Insurance documents (with residence address)

Group II

  1. Welfare/child care records
  2. Federal records (i.e., federal tax, social security, etc.)
  3. State records (i.e., state tax, local, etc.)
  4. Local (municipal) records (i.e., water/sewer, sanitation, etc.)
  5. Support payment records
  6. Homeowner or tenant records (i.e., mortgage, rent, etc.)
  7. Military records

Group III

  1. Voter’s Registration
  2. Utility bills (i.e., – gas, electric, water/sewer, phone, mobile phone, heating, waste disposal)
  3. Financial records (loan, credit, investments, etc.)
  4. Medical records
  5. Internet, cable, or satellite television records

NOTE 1: Example – Three documents from the same Group (utility bill, cable bill, and bank statement) constitute only ONE document.

NOTE 2: Certain documents may be used in different Groups, but will count for only one Group per child. Example – If a water/sewer bill is used to satisfy Group II as a municipal record, that same bill CANNOT be used as a utility bill to satisfy Group III.

Be aware that players who established “residence” or “school attendance” for regular season and/or tournament eligibility prior to the current season by using the Tournament Player Verification form, and who can produce the form with proper proofs and signatures from the first year that the Tournament Player Verification form was used for that player, will be grandfathered and will NOT need to complete a new Tournament Player Verification Form.

Local leagues are to be aware that tournament Eligibility Affidavit will require all tournament teams to complete and carry a Tournament Verification Form for every rostered player.

Frequently Asked Questions about Residency and School Attendance Eligibility Requirements

Residency Eligibility Checklist

Description of Boundary Line:

Boundary is defined from the NW corner eastward to the boundary edge, then southward to the southeastern border, and continuing back westward and then north to encompass the entire boundary.

  • Starting in the NE corner of I-5 and McKenzie View Drive, eastward (and including residents on McKenzie View.)
  • At Hill Road, northward, including Hill Road and residents on intersecting roads.
  • North, including "Mohawk" to Donna Road and intersecting roads
  • Donna Road intersects with Marcola Rd, including "Marcola" and intersecting roads with Marcola Road and community of "Mabel."
  • Follow imaginary line south/southwest from north city limits of "Mabel" to intersection of Willamette National Forest at the Lane/Deschutes County Line.
  • Follow County Line south to end of Willamette National Forest boundary.
  • Imaginary Line west to Deception Rock, then junction of Bear Creek and juncture with Cloverdale Road.
  • Follow Bear Creek to western tributary; east to I-5.  (All residences in that area on both sides of Cloverdale Rd are in South Valley Little League boundaries.)
  • I-5 North, skirting west side of Goshen (in Eugene Little League boundaries) to Exit 189.
  • Exit 189 (Franklin Blvd) North to Main Street; east to Pioneer Parkway including residences on both sides of Parkway to Centennial (including residences on both sides of Centennial); west to I-5
  • I-5 North back to crosspoint with McKenzie View Drive.

League is defined by street address; inner population approximately 81,000.

Boundary includes Thurston, Springfield, Pleasant Hill, Dexter, Marcola, Mohawk, Fall Creek, Lowell, and Oakridge School Districts/High Schools.

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