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Sports Complex

Charles City Sports Complex

We have raised:Charles City Sports Complex Fund Raising


In order to play ball on the new softball & baseball diamond we need to raise an additional:




A dollar-to-dollar match by the Charles City Community School District is still in effect for the first $500,000 raised. 


Charles City Baseball Softball Diamond

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artist view of sports complex

The Charles City Community School District is raising funds to construct a new baseball and softball sports complex. In April 2017 the Charles City Board of Education purchased 20 acres of land north of Sportsmen's Park and outside of the floodplain. Fundraising and grant writing efforts are on-going by a committee of coaches, directors, and local business leaders. 

Our primary goal is to hold all scheduled home games by in 2019 in Charles City. Since 2010, baseball has been forced to move 69 home varsity games to other communities due to flooding. 

The proposed project is for the construction of one natural grass softball field (210' outfields) and one synthetic turf baseball infield with a natural grass baseball outfield (320'-360'-320') and a parking lot to accommodate xxx vehicles.

The total cost of this project is $1.4 million. 

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 Video icon  Video: A historical look at flooding and possible alternatives

camera  2018 flooded baseball field ground & aerial photos


If you would like to donate an amount more than $1,000 please contact any of these committee members.

Todd Forsyth             
Activity Director            


Dana Sullivan            
Ast. Girls Softball Coach

Brian Bohlen
Head Girls Softball Coach

Tyler Downing            
Head Boys Baseball Coach

Jeremy Heyer            
Softball parent    

Anthony Slinger
Assistant Baseball Coach & parent



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