Southbound access on 114th Street to Lamp Street from Dodge is now re-opened! Northbound access to the ball fields on 114th Street from Pacific will remain open to Jones Street. Follow north on 114th then turn right (east) onto Jones Street to 111th, turn left (north) onto 111th to Lamp Street and then right (east) to the ball fields. Now that the project has entered Phase 2, northbound travel on 114th will be restricted beyond Jones. Thanks for everyone's patience!
Monday: 10:30 AM - 1:30 PM
Tuesday thru Friday: 8:30 AM - 11:30 AM
2937 S. 120th Street
Omaha, NE 68144
Dibs sessions for volunteering at our Lamp Park Snack Shack or Field Maintenance remain open: https://www.omahasuburban.com/dib_sessions/show/24616 .
Each registered in-house baseball and softball family is required to volunteer 3 hours unless they purchased the buyout option at registration OR are a registered head-coach. Most volunteer questions can be answered in our FAQ's: www.OmahaSuburban.com/FAQ.
We've added some daytime shifts from June 14 through June 22 to support tournaments we're hosting. Signup today!
Access to Lamp Street from 114th remains closed. This is scheduled to be a 40 day closure. It will be late April before re-opening. The access to the ball fields is now to enter 114th Street from Pacific, going north turn right (east) onto Jones to 111th, turn left (north) onto 111th to Lamp Street and then right (east) to the ballfields. As of this morning 114th Street is also open down to Farnam Street which is a more direct route to the Fields. Not sure how long that will last.
Flag Football registration is NOW OPEN for the fall season which begins in August. Please review our Flag Football page for details on our program: https://www.omahasuburban.com/page/show/4032220-flag-football-2018- and register through the link below.
Dibs sessions for volunteering at our Lamp Park Snack Shack or Field Maintenance are now open: https://www.omahasuburban.com/dib_sessions/show/24616 .
Each registered in-house baseball and software family is required to volunteer 3 hours unless they purchased the buyout option at registration OR are a registered head-coach. Most volunteer questions can be answered in our FAQ's: www.OmahaSuburban.com/FAQ.
Effective July 1, 2012, sports organizations, including OSAA, are required to comply with the Concussion Awareness Act passed by the Nebraska legislature. Our goal is to keep our youth athletes safe. Please review some valuable information for coaches, parents and youth athletes on our new Concussion Awareness page!
Check out a nice video on our new Injury Prevention page compliments of Schmitt Chiropractic & Rehab.
If you are new to Omaha Suburban please click on the image below and register for RainedOut.com. This is our main source of communicating to you on current playing conditions for our fields. A text or email will be sent to you when we have to make a call on impending weather or current field conditions.
Check out our beautiful park from a bird's eye view!
If your team is the last to use a field for the day, PLEASE rake back the holes in the batters box, catchers pit and pitching mound to make them level. This is a great job that parents can do while the coaches are having their final comments with their teams. All of the fields have at least one rake available to use to fill these holes in. When the nightly irrigation runs it helps to have those holes filled in to make them better for the next day!
Also please leave all of the base plugs in the extra locations in the field.