Seaside PAL Program
Seaside Police Activities League (SPAL)
The Seaside Police Activities League (SPAL) is a juvenile crime prevention program designed to provide athletic, recreational and educational opportunities for at-risk youth and to reinforce responsible values and respect. Such respect is beneficial to the youth, police officers, our neighborhoods and the business community. SPAL is comprised of police officers, volunteers and police personnel who serve as coaches, mentors, instructors and role models. Their devoted dedication and time is a vital essence in hopes of enhancing a brighter future for our youth.
The Seaside Police Activities League and the City of Seaside Recreation Services Department bring to you an organized and instructional youth basketball league for boys and girls ages 5-14. This league is all inclusive and players will receive equal opportunity in play time as all skill levels are welcome. Participants learn the rules of the court on both sides of the ball, teamwork, and sportsmanship.
For the 2017-2018 season, teams will practice during the week depending on their age division and games will be played on Saturdays. Division 1 (ages 5-6) and Division 2 (ages 7-9) will play in-house league games, as Division 3 (12 and Under) and Division 4 (14 and Under) will play games and opponents of the Peninsula League community.
2017-2018 Seaside PAL Basketball League Flyer
*2017-2018 Season dates, practice times and locations to be announced and are subject to change when season begins
Saturday 12/9/17 9am to 4pm
Do you have what it takes to help mentor and coach the youth of our city? We are in need of great coaches that would like to serve the community and leave a positive impact on our Seaside PAL youth athletes. for more information, please contact Isaiah Luzon City of Seaside Recreation Sports Programs Coordinator by phone at 831-899-6806 or by email
To apply, download and print the 2017-2018 PAL Volunteer Recuritment Information. You can either bring the completed application to the meeting, or you can drop it off at:
Seaside Police Department
Attention: Gina Lualemana or Officer Patricia Perez.
MORE ABOUT SPAL
SPAL was incorporated in February 2001. The Monterey Peninsula Unified School District and the City of Seaside Parks and Recreation Department support SPAL by providing gyms, fields, facilities, and resources for its youth programs. Local businesses and individuals of the Seaside community generously donate their time, money, resources, and services to strengthen SPAL and help make it successful.