The Harrisonburg Turks general manager brought up concerns about the safety of Memorial stadium.
The steps will be repaired, along with repairs to the netting and fences. But any new additions or renovations may have to come from a partnership between the city, the school board and the Turks.
"I think it's important for us as a school division to recognize that we have a roll in the community that extends beyond just providing for the school and I think the school board recognizes that," said Harrisonburg School superintendent Dr. Donald Ford.
Ford said he doesn't know what the school board will want to do with the ball field after the new one is built at the new high school.
They are researching whether they will need Memorial Stadium to fill physical education requirements of the seven-eight school that will be placed at the current high school.