COVID-19 Safety Gudelines

*** Latest Update: 12/12/20 ***

UpdatedSaturday January 9, 2021 byLMLL Registrar.

COVID-19 has been declared a worldwide pandemic by the World Health Organization and is extremely contagious. The state of medical knowledge is evolving, but the virus is believed to spread from personal contact, through the air, and/or by contact with contaminated objects, including by infected people showing no symptoms. COVID-19 can cause serious and potentially life-threatening illness and even death, and there is currently no completely effective or widely distributed treatment, cure, or vaccine. While LMLL intends in good faith to implement policies and guidelines to help protect against transmission, LMLL cannot guarantee any participant or family member will not be exposed to, contract, or spread COVID-19 during LMLL activities. Any participant or family member who participates in or attends any LMLL activities will necessarily incur a risk of contracting or spreading COVID-19.

Click below for the most current safety guidelines that LMLL will be requiring all its participants to follow, which are largely derived from requirements and guidelines of NY State, CDC and Little League International. PLEASE UNDERSTAND that these guidelines are fluid, as the information available from and procedures set forth by the state, CDC, Little League International and other trusted organizations are evolving almost daily. We will be updating the guidelines as new information becomes available.

There are multiple versions of the guidelines below.  The first is the latest 12/12/20 version, the second shows changes from the prior version. 

Below that are maps for each LMLL game venue showing areas designated as player-only and areas designated for spectators.


LMLL COVID GUIDELINES 12.12.20 vs 8.1.20.pdf
Central A.JPG
Central B.pdf
Flint A.pdf
Flint B.pdf
Lorenzen Fields 123.pdf
Ruth Green.pdf