12037 NE 5th Street
Bellevue, WA 98005
Latest Update on BSD Fields: Tillicum MS Fields, and Stevenson Elementary School Field – closed
Turf Fields available during Summer 2018: Bellevue HS, Interlake HS, Newport HS, Sammamish HS Baseball Field, International School, Chinook MS, Odle MS, Tyee MS, Lake Hills ES, Somerset ES, Phantom Lake ES, Enatai ES, Bennett ES, and Medina ES Fields
The following fields will be closed for construction beginning June 2018: Sherwood Forest, Newport Heights ES, Eastgate ES, Woodridge ES Fields, Sammamish HS Softball and Batting Cage.
The following schools and fields will be closed for construction beginning Summer 2018: Highland Middle School, and Clyde Hill Elementary School
Community users must fill out a Field Use Application. You may also obtain an application online, at schools, or by visiting or calling the Field Rental Office at (425) 456-4500. For public use of high school stadiums, contact the school of interest and speak with the Athletic Director.
A $20.00 non-refundable processing fee must accompany the application. It is our policy not to hold or reserve fields until both application and processing fee have been received. Once received and processed, we will notify you with a confirmation and/or request further documentation.
Field Replacement Project
On February 11, 2014, voters approved three measures, two of which will directly fund the building of all-weather turf fields across the district. The Capital Construction Bond for $450 million will rebuild six schools and two new schools, all with all-weather turf fields. A portion of the Technology and Capital Projects Levy, $104 million over five years, will also be used to fund the replacement of 11 fields across the district with all-weather turf fields.
From 2015 to 2019, the district is planning to replace all 11 fields located at schools that have already been rebuilt. The additional eight fields that are part of the new schools construction projects covered by the 2008 and 2014 bonds will be completed by 2020.
Starting in 2016, the district plans on using coated rubber infill on synthetic fields.