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April - Easter Eggstravaganza

June-Aug - Family Movie Nights

Aug - End of Summer Bash

Sept - Oktoberfest

Dec - Christmas Caroling and Crafts w/ Santa


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Registration is now open for Adult Co-ed Softball!  Friday night league at Casey Jones Park.  



Clinic focusses on teaching students to recognize potential dangers and threats and how to use techniques to escape from an attacker.  Clinic offered on  3/2.  Due to requests, additional clinics being added soon, check website for updates.  Program is offered in collaboration with Staying Fit and Lovin It.



Registration is now open for T-Ball, Coach Pitch, Minors / Majors, Babe Ruth, and Girls Softball.  Season starts mid-April.  

News and Announcements

Splash Pad Coming Soon!


Construction has officially begun!  Park staff began removing concrete on February 27th to prepare the site for installation.   We do apologize that the south end of the park will be a construction zone for the next few months, though we hope the new splashpad will be well-worth the temporary inconvenience.  

This project was made possible through your support of 5A in November of 2017, which provided continued funding for the District.  Thanks for your support!

Local Life Scout Seeks Support for Eagle Scout Project


Elizabeth High School student Cole Morse has chosen to re-build the dugouts on the ball fields at Casey Jones Park for his Eagle Scout project and is seeking donations to purchase the building materials.  Growing up playing sports in the parks, Cole expressed a great appreciation for youth sports and the influence they had in his life and hopes that his efforts support the community in continuing to positively impact youth lives.  Cole has already removed the old dugouts and is now trying to raise $3500 to purchase materials and complete the project in time for the upcoming season.   Learn more at

New Evans Park Playground


The years of sun, weather, and heavy use has taken its toll on the playground and it must now be replaced.  The Board has chosen a unique and exciting replacement they hope the kids will love!  The new playground will be installed this coming Spring.  

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