Welcome to Shaw Butte Little League
Parking is a bit of a challenge at our facility. There is a full parking lot at the school, just south of the fields. If you park on the streets around the facility, we do have to be respectful of the community, laws, neighbors, and neighborhood. Most of us are at the fields 2-3 times per week, the neighbors have to endure our presence EVERY DAY. Please follow these laws and guidelines:
- Do not park in any marked No Parking zones, including the field gates, 50 feet from intersection corners, 50 feet from fire hydrants, in the condo communities, or blocking driveways.
- On Larkspur Rd and 21st Dr where there are houses, leave at least 10 feet on both sides of residential driveways. With cars on both sides of the street, it is very tight for the neighbors to get in and out of their driveways when there are cars parked right up to the driveway.
- Do not park in front of the condo mailboxes on 21st Ave.
PLEASE BE COURTEOUS AND RESPECTFUL!
Spring 2014 Season is underway!
Thank You Parents, Players, Coaches, and Volunteers for a great start to the 2014 season. Opening Day was a blast!
Saturday April 26thShaw Butte Little League - Az DBacks Player Parade and game at Chase Field on Saturday April 26th. Plan to be at Chase Field by 3:00.
Shaw Butte Little League
Shaw Butte Little League (SBLL) is located in Phoenix and is part of Arizona District 2 Little League. Our fields are located on the southwest corner of 21st Ave and Larkspur. SBLL includes students from John Jacob, Lookout Mountain, Moon Mountain, Shaw Butte Elementary Schools and Mountain Sky Junior High. The league boundaries are from Bell Road south to Dunlap and from I-17 east to 7th Street. We offer two seasons every year. Registration for the spring season is in January with practices starting in February. The spring season ends in May. Registration for the fall season is in August with practices starting in September. The fall season ends in November.
The objective of Shaw Butte Little League is to implant firmly in the children of the community the ideals of good sportsmanship, honesty, loyalty, courage, and respect for authority, so that they may be well adjusted, stronger and happier children and will grow to be good, decent, healthy and trustworthy citizens.