About the Dacula Athletic Association
Welcome to the Dacula Athletic Association Web Site. The Dacula Athletic Association (DAA) is a nonprofit voluntary organization dedicated to providing a positive and safe instructional sports environment for the youth of the community of Dacula. Our Association now serves more than two thousand families and four thousand children and continues to grow every year. This year we anticipate a 25% increase in membership. Because of our tremendous size and growth, we've created this web site to help provide you with the information we feel is important in order to make your sports season happy and rewarding.
DAA, as with all of the associations in Gwinnett County, is allowed to operate under the general guidance of the Gwinnett County Parks and Recreation Division, and we must abide by the rules and policies set forth by Parks and Rec. Our home park is Dacula Park, located at 205 Dacula Road and across the street from Dacula High School. This park was totally renovated two years ago. Situated on 51 acres in central Dacula, this expanded park hosts an outdoor pool, six softball/baseball fields, a free-standing football field, concession/restroom facilities, the Cleve Langley community room, picnic pavilion, two playgrounds, outdoor education area, sand volleyball court, new public library and a 1.4-mile, paved multi-purpose trail. We operate both spring, fall and winter sports. We offer baseball and softball in the spring and fall, football and cheerleading in the fall and basketball for both fall and winter. Check our registration page for the next registrations.
Our Association consists strictly of community volunteers for its operation. It's important to remember that each and every Executive Committee member, Sports Director, Sports Committee member, and coach is volunteering their own time and effort to provide the best program possible without any form of remuneration. We encourage you to consider what you might be able to do to help us out. Many different talents and skills are needed to operate an association of our size and you may have a particular skill that we need.
You can tell us how we're doing or send us information by sending us an e-mail. If you have a question about a particular sport, please go to the Board page and send it directly to that Sports Director or Committee. Check back often.
Dacula Code of Conduct
It is the policy of Dacula Athletic Association to promote the development of strong character, a right attitude and a sense of responsibility and citizenship in youngsters. It is the purpose of Dacula Athletic Association to achieve this goal through fair play and good sportsmanship with adult leaders providing the example. It is strictly against the policy of Dacula Athletic Association for any person, either as a participant, coach or a spectator to engage in arguments, to use abusive language, to harass or make any threatening gestures towards umpires, coaches, players or league officials or to exhibit any behavior not in concert with the general intention of this policy statement. Failure to abide by this policy will result in removal from the park. Any further incidents may result in permanent suspension from DAA. Any players caught fighting or found consuming any controlled substance will be suspended from league play for an amount of time to be determined by the respective Sports Committee.