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Community Field - {CATEGORY}

Community Field is a stadium in Burlington, Iowa. It is primarily used for baseball, and is the home field of the Burlington Bees minor league baseball team. Community Field was originally built in 1947 upon the establishment of the Burlington Indians. The grandstand burned down on June 9, 1971, and was rebuilt for the start of the 1973 season by an all-volunteer crew. The current stadium holds 3,200 people. The stadium was upgraded for the 2004 season, including a revamped concessions area, a partial covering of the grandstand, an improvement in the sound system, a new scoreboard, a new outer brick facade (replacing the old corrugated tin), which also included brand new wrought iron gates, which are positioned at both the fans, and players entrances to the stadium, which are chained shut when the Bees are away, or during the off season, when the park is not in use, and a new press box. A final upgrade in 2006 included a paved parking lot and a 100-foot-tall flagpole (30 m) near the street, just on the edge of the parking lot, which holds a 40-foot-wide flag (12 m); the flag only flies when the Bees are playing at home. Due to its location with a park behind it, public areas to both the east, and west, and a street to the south, Community Field has little opportunity for any kind of expansion, and at several times prior to the renovations, there had been talk of simply demolishing it, locating another place, and erecting a new stadium for the team, but when the renovations were completed in 2006, those rumors were halted.

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Address: 2712 Mt. Pleasant St., Burlington, IA

Capacity: 3200

Surface: Grass

Opened: 1973

Renovated: 2005

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Community Field - {CATEGORY}

Community Field is a stadium in Burlington, Iowa. It is primarily used for baseball, and is the home field of the Burlington Bees minor league baseball team. Community Field was originally built in 1947 upon the establishment of the Burlington Indians. The grandstand burned down on June 9, 1971, and was rebuilt for the start of the 1973 season by an all-volunteer crew. The current stadium holds 3,200 people. The stadium was upgraded for the 2004 season, including a revamped concessions area, a partial covering of the grandstand, an improvement in the sound system, a new scoreboard, a new outer brick facade (replacing the old corrugated tin), which also included brand new wrought iron gates, which are positioned at both the fans, and players entrances to the stadium, which are chained shut when the Bees are away, or during the off season, when the park is not in use, and a new press box. A final upgrade in 2006 included a paved parking lot and a 100-foot-tall flagpole (30 m) near the street, just on the edge of the parking lot, which holds a 40-foot-wide flag (12 m); the flag only flies when the Bees are playing at home. Due to its location with a park behind it, public areas to both the east, and west, and a street to the south, Community Field has little opportunity for any kind of expansion, and at several times prior to the renovations, there had been talk of simply demolishing it, locating another place, and erecting a new stadium for the team, but when the renovations were completed in 2006, those rumors were halted.

Community Field - {CATEGORY}

Community Field is a stadium in Burlington, Iowa. It is primarily used for baseball, and is the home field of the Burlington Bees minor league baseball team. Community Field was originally built in 1947 upon the establishment of the Burlington Indians. The grandstand burned down on June 9, 1971, and was rebuilt for the start of the 1973 season by an all-volunteer crew. The current stadium holds 3,200 people. The stadium was upgraded for the 2004 season, including a revamped concessions area, a partial covering of the grandstand, an improvement in the sound system, a new scoreboard, a new outer brick facade (replacing the old corrugated tin), which also included brand new wrought iron gates, which are positioned at both the fans, and players entrances to the stadium, which are chained shut when the Bees are away, or during the off season, when the park is not in use, and a new press box. A final upgrade in 2006 included a paved parking lot and a 100-foot-tall flagpole (30 m) near the street, just on the edge of the parking lot, which holds a 40-foot-wide flag (12 m); the flag only flies when the Bees are playing at home. Due to its location with a park behind it, public areas to both the east, and west, and a street to the south, Community Field has little opportunity for any kind of expansion, and at several times prior to the renovations, there had been talk of simply demolishing it, locating another place, and erecting a new stadium for the team, but when the renovations were completed in 2006, those rumors were halted.

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