Competitive and instructional programs for baseball, softball, and T-ball for boys and girls.
PAL is a not-for-profit organization which promotes partnerships between youth, law enforcement and the community through educational, athletic, and recreational programs designed to encourage team building and foster positive relationships.
This is done through programs that emphasize education and learning, as well as participation in sports and activities. The goal of PAL is to enable all young people, regardless of race, religion, income or handicap, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens.
After years of rehabilitative efforts, recent sewage spills have put a strain on the Naugatuck River ecosystem as it continues to heal from years of industrial pollution. The City of Waterbury will be hiring 10 local high school students who will comprise the first class of the Waterbury River Brigade to remove litter and debris from the Naugatuck River this summer.
Our goal is to raise $50,000 to help fund the brigade and provide them with the necessary tools and resources they need. Together, we can meet this goal and empower the next generation of environmental standards.
PAL gives children the opportunity to become involved in team sports and activities as early as the age of 4 years old, and up to the age of 18.
Download our membership application form.
The Police Activity League of Waterbury, Inc. relies heavily on support from our community.
Call us or have us call you. The Waterbury Police Activity League office is located at 64 Division Street. The office is open Monday-Thursday 9:00am-4:30pm and Friday 9:00am-4:00pm. It is $30 a year to be a member of PAL.