The Moses Lake Parks and Recreation Department used a grant to replace the lighting on three fields in the Larson Playfield Complex. The previous lighting systems were installed in the late 70s and 80s and had numerous ground fault issues and extremely inefficient and failing lighting fixtures mounted on old wooden poles. Because of the lighting failures, the playfield couldn’t be used as much and several tournaments had to move to other areas. New lighting has allowed the City to increase field use, add soccer as an additional user group, improve player safety, and reduce maintenance and operating costs. The fields are used for youth baseball, softball, and soccer. Moses Lake contributed $250,000.