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QCSL Family, We appreciate everyone’s continued support and patience during the ongoing uncertainty of COVID-19.  On Saturday June 20, 2020, the QCSL Board met in a virtual meeting to discuss…
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Update: June 23, 2020 We appreciate everyone’s continued support and patience during the ongoing uncertainty of COVID-19.  On Saturday June 20, 2020, the QCSL Board met in a virtual meeting…
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2020 Season Update

Update from the Queen City Softball League: Due to physical distancing guidelines set forth by local and federal governments, and after serious consideration by the QCSL Board, the league has…
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Registration for the 2020 Queen City Softball League is now OPEN! Please follow the steps below to complete the registration process: Go to our Player Registration page Fill out the…
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Queen City Softball League was sharing a COVID-19 Update.
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The QCSL Board will be meeting in the coming days to review the COVID-19 trends in WNY and our draft safety protocols, as required by the City of Buffalo for recreational permitting. Upon the completion of that review, a decision will be made regarding the 2021 season. We will provide an update to the community by April 20.

Thank you all for your patience. Please stay safe, socially distanced, wear a mask, and get vaccinated! ❤️🌈 🥎
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Queen City Softball League is sharing a COVID-19 Update.
Queen City Softball League

To all QCSL players, coaches, sponsors and fans, we would like to provide an update on our ongoing evaluation of holding a season in 2021.

The QCSL board has been meeting regularly during the offseason to evaluate the ongoing COVID-19 situation in WNY. The league has also been in constant communication with the City of Buffalo regarding the precautions necessary to potentially hold a season in 2021.

On March 13, the board met to discuss and formulate a COVID-19 Safety Plan, which is necessary to obtain a City of Buffalo park permit, to ensure it conforms with the requirements laid out by the City as well as the latest safety guidance from the County & State.

While these discussions are still ongoing, it is important to know that regardless of State-wide procedures, the City Parks Department can set guidelines however they see fit to promote safety in their parks. Those guidelines are likely to be more comprehensive than the general guidelines provided by other government authorities.

If the league decides to hold a season this summer, it is critical that every player must adhere to the COVID-19 safety plan. In the event we move forward with registration, acceptance and agreement to the safety policies will be part of the signup process.

We appreciate everyone's patience as the league works through this new, complex process with the City of Buffalo. We will provide ongoing updates as more information becomes available.

Above all else, we hope everyone in the extended QCSL family are doing well and staying healthy. Stay tuned!!

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To all QCSL players, coaches, sponsors and fans, we would like to provide an update on our ongoing evaluation of holding a season in 2021.  

The QCSL board has been meeting regularly during the offseason to evaluate the ongoing COVID-19 situation in WNY.  The league has also been in constant communication with the City of Buffalo regarding the precautions necessary to potentially hold a season in 2021.  

On March 13, the board met to discuss and formulate a COVID-19 Safety Plan, which is necessary to obtain a City of Buffalo park permit, to ensure it conforms with the requirements laid out by the City as well as the latest safety guidance from the County & State.

While these discussions are still ongoing, it is important to know that regardless of State-wide procedures, the City Parks Department can set guidelines however they see fit to promote safety in their parks. Those guidelines are likely to be more comprehensive than the general guidelines provided by other government authorities.

If the league decides to hold a season this summer, it is critical that every player must adhere to the COVID-19 safety plan. In the event we move forward with registration, acceptance and agreement to the safety policies will be part of the signup process. 

We appreciate everyones patience as the league works through this new, complex process with the City of Buffalo. We will provide ongoing updates as more information becomes available. 

Above all else, we hope everyone in the extended QCSL family are doing well and staying healthy.  Stay tuned!! 

♥️ 🌈 🥎

HAPPY NEW YEAR, QCSL!!! 🥂🍾 🎊

We wish everyone a very safe and healthy new year. 2020 is now officially behind us; let’s all hope to finally see each other back on the fields in 2021!
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The QCSL Board has been in constant communication with the City of Buffalo Division of Parks & Recreation and have been advised that no recreational athletics permit applications will be accepted until Western New York reaches Phase 4 of the state's reopening plan. Currently, Phase 4 is loosely scheduled for the first week of July, pending continued progress through Phases 1-3.

The decision to hold a shortened 2020 season will be determined after careful consideration for the health and welfare of our players, fans, sponsors, and the community as a whole. The QCSL Board will be virtually meeting soon to discuss and determine the fate of the 2020 season.

Please continue to follow guidelines set forth by the CDC, Erie County Department of Health, and the New York State Governor's Office. Above all else, stay safe, maintain social distance, and keep support our community! Should you have any questions, please contact us.

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