FAQ

How do I sign up?

Online registration is now open online. The final days to register are at skills evaluations. Click HERE to take you to the registration page.

 

What is the cost?

Registration for the first child in a family costs $175. Each additional child in the same immediate family is $100. Register early because on March 5th costs increase by $50 per player.

 

How do I pay?

You can pay via credit card (online) or check (in-person) at the time of registration.

NO refunds will be given after skills evaluations are completed.

 
How can I help?

The league is run entirely by volunteers. Please consider helping in any way you can! Click here for the application.

 

What do you do for safety?

Little League International has strict safety requirements. We have a safety plan, and our fields are inspected each year. Additionally, all our coaches must complete concussion training.

 

What is the skills evaluation?

Every player must attend one day of the skills evaluation weekend. This will help the league determine what level each child will play (divisions aren't 100% dependent on age), and on what team each child will be.

 

The mandatory skills evaluation weekend will be held on TBD

 

There may be a separate skills evaluation for the players in Rangely. Date/time TBD.

 

When will I find out my team?

We will have one mandatory Parent Night so we can announce teams and give out information. Date TBD

 

 

When are practices?

Practice days/times depend on field availability and coach. You will find out your practice schedule at the Parents Meeting. 

 

 
When are games?

There are generally 1 to 3 games each week during the season. They might be on nights during the week or on Saturday. Some teams (especially the older divisions) have double-headers.

 

 
Where are games?

We play games in towns within our boundary, and also in the Glenwood Springs and Grand Junction areas. Click here for locations.

 

 
When does the season start and end?

The regular season will start at the beginning of April and end the middle/end of May.

 

 
What is the raffle?

Each year CRV encounters many expenses. Field costs, umpires, uniforms, and tournament entry fees add up to more than is collected in player registration costs. Rather than increase registration costs or pass tournament fees onto players, CRV holds an annual fundraiser. 

 

 
Parent Agreement:

1) I understand that my child may play on a team with members of other towns.  

2) Practices may be held in a town other than where I live. 

3) There will be Saturday games and I will have to travel.  

4) The game schedule may change.

5) My child will show respect for the coach and make every effort to attend practices and games.  

6) All paperwork and payment must be in by skill evaluation or player will not be drafted.

 

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