City of Lincoln
2009 Media Releases
Those wanting to reserve a practice field through the Lincoln Parks and Recreation Department can now do so online at lincoln.ne.gov. Teams are able to reserve fields up to two weeks advance. About 30 different fields will be available for reservation.
"This new reservation system will make scheduling practice much easier for hundreds of youth and adult baseball, softball, rugby, football and soccer teams as we gear up for the summer season," said Steve Hiller, Assistant Director of the Parks and Recreation Department. "I want to thank the City's Information Services Division for working with us to provide this convenience for the public."
Game-quality fields can be reserved for $15, and practice-quality fields are $10. A valid credit or debit card will be needed to reserve fields. Those making reservations will be able to print a permit.
Other Parks and Recreation e-pay services available at lincoln.ne.gov are tee-time reservations at City golf courses and summer swimming passes for City pools.