Arizona District Three Little League: League Maps

Boundary Maps of Arizona District Three

The leagues listed below are leagues within Arizona District Three.  Pull up the map, and if you live in the yellow shaded area of the map, then you reside within THAT league.

Little League Regulations prohibit local leagues from registering players who do not live within their league's boundaries or attend a public, private or charter school within their boundaries.  Local Leagues are REQURIED to verify the residency of all their players and should be asking for no less than 3 documents, one each from 17 different categories.  Please contact your league as to those requirments. 

The ONLY excpetion to the Regulation is if the player played in the league and moved outside of the boundaries.  NO ONE - the District Administrator, the league President of either league or any other member of a board can "waive" the Regulation.  Exceptions outside of moving can only be approved by the Little League Charter Committee in Williamsport, PA.  They do not apporve many exceptions.   

If you do not live with in the boundaries of any of these league, please check this site:

or through the League Finder 


This link lists all of the known websites of the Districts in Arizona (there are 14) and leagues within their district.

Cactus Little League
First Charter - 1979 (as Cactus West)

Cactus Foothills North Little League
First Charter - 1984

Cactus Foothills South Little League
First Charter - 2001

Camelback-East Phoenix

First Charter - Camelback LL - 1956

First Charter - East Phoenix - 1957

Clarendon Little League
First Charter - 1971

Diamondback Little League

Diamondback First Charter - 1990

Lookout Mountian Merged w/Diamonback - 2007

First Charter Lookout Mountain - 1980

High Desert Little League
First Charter (as New River) - 1977

Horizon Little League
First Charter - 1990 (as Cactus East)

Madison Little League
First Charter - 1953

Paradise Valley North Little League
First Charter - 1979

Royal Palm-Orangewood
First Charter - 1956 Due to the lack of adult volunteers to serve on the Board of Directors, Royal Palm - Orangewood Little League did not Charter a Little League program in 2014 and it looks like that will continue through 2015. For a league to run efficiently, it takes a Board of Directors. Without a board it cannot function. This takes a minimum of 10-12 adult volunteers to run the program. If interested in serving on a board, please contact me at

Shadow Mountain Little League

First Charter - 2007 as Shadow Mountain

Merger of Paradise Valley East (1968) and Paradise Valley West (1972).

South Mountain Little League
First Charter - 1953