Public Works Director Gino Cresta said crews have in recent weeks dug up the practice field with heavy equipment then mixed soil and sand for better drainage.
They also installed a new irrigation system.
The field will have the same dimensions as the former practice field. But the holes and dips in the field will be filled and leveled and a crown will shed water.
Meanwhile, on the abutting soccer field, crews replaced the irrigation system, leveled the surface and reseeded it.
The Charlotte Road field has been overseeded, again, as it rests in preparation for use next year.
Work is being done by Timberline Buidling Specialists out of Hampton, Mass.
Town fields being played upon this fall including Blocksidge at Phillips Park and Upper Jackson at the high school are showing signs of excessive wear.