Los Altos & Los Altos Hills Little League (Bay Area): Welcome

Friday, April 22

Welcome to the website of the Los Altos & Los Altos Hills Little League in northern California.  Established in 1953, the League consists of 800 boys and girls playing on more than 70 teams in 8 divisions.

If you are new to the League, we welcome you and look forward to providing you with a positive and enriching experience.  If you are a returning family, we welcome you back and look forward to another fun-filled season!

 News & Events


Weather Update

Updated Friday April 22 at 2:00pm:  All fields except P3 are now closed for the day.  The Majors game on P3 is for the coaches to call.

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NOTE:  Even if fields are open and playable, your team manager may still decide to cancel games or practices if it is raining, so please check your team communications before coming to the fields. 

Opening Day Ceremonies & BBQ - Sunday April 24

10am - 3:30pm: Free shuttle service from the Los Altos Hills Town Hall
parking lot (26379 Fremont Rd.) to Purissima Park.

11am - 2pm:   BBQ is served.  Pick up tickets for pre-ordered meals or
purchase tickets from the tables in the parking lot near
the snack shack.

12:15pm:   Players should line up wearing their uniforms with their
teams on Field #2 for the Opening Ceremonies.

12:30pm - 1:10pm: Opening Day Ceremonies and traditional team-by-team
Running of the Bases on Field #2

1:15pm - 2pm: Home Run Derby on Field #3

2:45pm:   Majors Phillies vs. Rangers on Field #3

5:00pm: Majors Nationals vs. Braves on Field #3

Please contribute to our biggest fundraiser of the year, brought to you by our All Star sponsor and local favorite, Armadillo Willy's.  If you pre-ordered meals as part of player registration, pick up your meal tickets at the check-in table in the parking lot near the snack shack.  If you did not pre-order, you can purchase meal tickets on-site for $10 (cash only).  Each meal includes your choice of BBQ chicken, BBQ brisket, or 2 hot dogs, plus chips, drink, and a cookie.

A brand new event for this year, the Home Run Derby will feature two 12 year old players from each of the seven teams in our baseball Majors division.  It should be an exciting event to watch!

Team photos will be taken throughout the day on Field #4.  Your team's scheduled time will be provided by your manager.  Please arrive 10 minutes early (and leave extra time for parking) to keep things running smoothly.
Your team manager will be distributing hard-copy photo order forms.  All players get a free "Image Mate" with one team photo and one individual photo. To order additional photos and keepsakes, order online in advance (recommended), or fill out the form and pay by cash or check.  To order online, go to www.shootingstarsphoto.com, select ORDER BEFORE PHOTO DAY, and enter code SC25916.  Each player must bring either a printed copy of the online proof-of-purchase or a completed hard-copy order form.  Your player must have a completed hard-copy order form even if you only want the free "Image Mate."  Players should wear their full team uniform and hat and bring their baseball glove for the photo (spare gloves will be available).

Half of the parking lot at Purissima Park will be CLOSED due to catering and support vehicles.  Limited parking is available on the street.  Citations will be issued for:
  • parking in "No Parking" or coned off areas
  • parking facing the wrong direction
  • blocking fire hydrants or driveways
Additional free parking at the Los Altos Hills Town Hall (26379 Fremont Rd.) is available. Two free shuttles will be running from 10am-3:30pm for the short drive back and forth to Purissima.  Parking at Purissima will be crowded, especially from 11am-2pm.  Please consider biking or using our free shuttles from Town Hall.  Fremont Hills Country Club members should consider parking in the Fremont Hills lot off Viscaino Road.
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Mission Statement

Through proper guidance and exemplary leadership, the Little League program assists youth in developing the qualities of citizenship, discipline, teamwork and physical well-being. By espousing the virtues of character, courage and loyalty, the Little League Baseball program is designed to develop superior citizens rather than superior athletes. -From Little League Baseball Incorporated Mission Statement-