Releasing or Rescheduling Facility Time
Managers are responsible for identifying scheduling conflicts.
- The Facilities Allocator does not cross reference your tournament schedule or game schedule posted by the LMMLC/PCFLL
- Only exception is at the start of the season and when the post tiering schedule is posted
To make facility time changes
Email the Facilities Allocator, providing the following information:
- Your name
- Date, time and the facility you are releasing
- Reason for changing the facility time
Releasing facility time
If you need to release time, the Facilities Allocator requires 15 days’ notice.
You must release for any reason that you are not using the facility time.
- Legitimate reasons to release facility time:
- Away at a tournament, practice time conflict with an away game, at photo night
- Reasons that won’t be accepted:
- Not enough players scheduled to show up, head coach isn’t available, too much lacrosse
Barring unforeseen circumstances, you are expected to be on the floor/field as per the facility allocation schedule.
- An example of a reasonable circumstance is unsafe weather conditions or floor conditions
If you cancel/release your facility time without the appropriate notice, your team may be invoiced for the unused facility time and the ref/official fees.
The City of Langley and TOL will contact the Facilities Allocator if teams do not show up when our association has the facility scheduled.
There is high demand for facility time. Other Langley teams and associations do notice if the floor/field is empty.
Game TBR's (to be rescheduled)
When the Facilities Allocator is advised that a team has a TBR, they will provide the team manager with an alternative date.
Once the date is sent to the team, you are responsible for ensuring the LMMLC/PCFLL site is updated and the commissioner and opponents are advised. You must also contact the Referee Allocator to cancel/reschedule referees.
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