Alpine / West Menlo Little League has served the families of Menlo Park, Woodside, and Portola Valley for more than a half-century. Our mission is to be an outstanding community organization that creates a culture where kids of all abilities love playing

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What are the residential boundaries for the Alpine-West Menlo Little League?

Your child must reside or attend school with in Woodside, Portola Valley, Ladera or West of El Camino Real in Menlo Park. Check your address here.

 
As a parent, do I have to volunteer for a job?

Alpine West Menlo Little League has close to 600 players and is therefore highly dependent upon volunteer resources. The League asks one parent in each household to volunteer for at least one job.  


What is the difference between Majors and Minors (AAA/AA)?

Majors is a competitive league, not recreational. Minors will be divided into two divisions, AAA and AA for better player development and equitable competitive situations. AAA is for the older, more advanced minor leaguers (9-11 year olds), while AA (8-10 year olds) is for less-experienced players. Players will be evaluated independently and placed in the proper division.


Does everybody get to play the same amount of time in a game?

No. Local Little League rules assure each child will play at least half of the game. However, the amount of playing time is usually determined by the child's age, skill level, attitude, attendance at practices and development.