1) Who are the Greater Los Angeles Lacrosse Officials Association? We're the only accredited lacrosse official's organization that trains, develops and provides high school lacrosse officials for Los Angeles, Riverside, San Bernardino, Santa Barbara and Ventura Counties
2) How far do you travel? We are responsible for all areas of Los Angeles, Riverside, San Bernardino, Santa Barbara and Ventura Counties
Every effort is made to assign available officials to games close to work or home.
3) How do I become an Official? Pay your dues; Attend our training sessions (visit our training page) and earn while you learn.
4) What do my dues include? Your dues cover your training and a rule book.
5) What other fees are there? You are responsible for your uniform, travel expenses and per game assignment fees (varies by level). Uniforms are available from U.S. Official's Supplies.
6) What equipment do I need to purchase? Black official's hat; black and white vertically-striped shirt; Black shorts; Black leather belt; Black official's shoes; Penalty flag(s); Official's wrist watch and lacrosse timer.
7) How much will I get paid? High school officials are paid about $70 for high school games. Middle School and youth game fees are lower.
8) Do I have to attend meetings and take a test? Yes, We have mandatory training sessions that prepare us for the US Lacrosse trainer.