A lot of time, energy and resources go into making Eagan Parks & Recreation's adult leagues an enjoyable experience for everyone. Our hope is that you will have a great time playing in the recreational leagues. Along the way you may have a comment, question or concern. Please feel free to contact us by visiting the Citizen Support Center. Evaluation is an ongoing process in attempting to improve the overall program. New ideas are always welcome.
Softball is available in the summer and fall. Summer leagues are available Sunday through Friday evenings at Northview or Lexington-Diffley Athletic Fields. Fall leagues are available Monday through Thursday at Northview Athletic Fields. Eagan Parks & Recreation sanctions the softball leagues through USSSA. If you are interested in purchasing a new bat or looking to see if your bat is legal, please check out USSSA and click on Licensed Equipment - New Bat Rules.
Spring-Summer Softball 2014
It's never to early to think about softball. Interested in signing a team up for spring-summer 2014. Information will be posted early February 2014. If you wish to register a team, you must submit a complete registration and roster form along with full payment during the appropriate registration period.
Bat Announcement from USSSA for 2014
For at least 2014, League Directors of recreational only (non-competitive) USSSA Leagues may in their sole discretion allow all USSSA marked 1.20 BPF bats for such recreational only Leagues, provided such Leagues are diligent in removing from League play Worn/Abused/Damaged or Foreign Substance bats as is required by Rule 2 sec. 2. This grandfathering of old USSSA mark 1.20 BPF bats is not required, but is allowed in the discretion of the recreational League Director. In response to this, Eagan Parks & Recreation will allow the old USSSA mark 1.20 BPF bats during league play in 2014.
City of Eagan Salary Statement
Pursuant to the requirements of MN Session Law 2005, Chapter 156, M.S. 471.701 a city with a population of more than 15,000 must annually notify its residents of the positions and base salaries of its three highest-paid employees. This notice may be provided on the homepage of the primary Web site maintained by the political subdivision for a period of not less than 90 consecutive days. The City of Eagan’s highest paid employees in 2014 include: City Administrator - $153,204; Chief of Police - $138,309; Director of Public Works - $133,746. Posted 1/2/2014.