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Many Seattle Parks and Recreation facilities to close Thursday, March 7 for Recreation Division staff training

Many Seattle Parks and Recreation facilities and programs will be closed Thursday, March 7, 2024, due to a Recreation Division staff training day. These facilities and services are CLOSED: These facilities are OPEN on regular schedules:

2024 Spring Egg Hunts with Seattle Parks and Recreation

Seattle Parks and Recreation is offering a variety of free spring egg hunts at sites across Seattle. Times and age groups differ between sites. Please contact your closest community center to learn more about these events. Ballard Community CenterMarch 30; 10am Bitter Lake Community CenterMarch 30; 10am Delridge Community CenterMarch 30, 10am… [ Keep reading ]

March 14 Public Hearing on Seattle Parks and Recreation’s Off-Leash Area Expansion Study

Seattle Parks and Recreation (SPR) has announced a public hearing on its recently released Off-Leash Study Expansion Study to be held on Thursday, March 14, 6:30 p.m. as part of the regularly scheduled meeting of the Board of Parks and Recreation Commissioners. The meeting will be held at SPR headquarters,… [ Keep reading ]

Spring 2024 Classes and Activities

Seattle Parks and Recreation’s Spring 2024 program brochures are here! You’ll find all the in-person, drop in and virtual programs that are coming up soon in the catalogs below. Get out and celebrate the awakening from the long winter. Registration opens at noon on March 5, 2024. Ready to enroll in… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle Parks and Recreation invites Lake City community to review Little Brook Park Redevelopment Designs

Join us! March 8 Seattle Parks and Recreation (SPR) invites the community to participate and provide input for the Little Brook Park Redevelopment project. Please join us for a public meeting on Friday, March 8, from 5 to 7 p.m. at Lake City Collective Center, 13525 32nd Ave NE. At… [ Keep reading ]

Hiawatha Community Center off-site offerings!

While Hiawatha Community Center is closed for renovations, select registration-based programming is still available at neighboring locations. Creative Ballet with Teacher Marika @ Dakota Place Choose from 3 different times! All classes run April 1-June 12 and cost $130.00. Age 3-5, Mondays, 2:00-2:45 PM. Activity detail | Seattle Parks and… [ Keep reading ]

Leap into the renovated Dearborn Park Play Area 

Ribbon Cutting Celebration!  Feb. 29, 2024  Seattle Parks and Recreation (SPR) invites the community to a celebration, “Leap into the new play area at Dearborn Park” on February 29 between 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. SPR is hosting a ribbon cutting celebration with music and light refreshments in collaboration with Dearborn… [ Keep reading ]

Announcing the recommendations from the Off Leash Area Expansion Study

Seattle Parks and Recreation (SPR) is pleased to announce the recommendations from the Off Leash Area (OLA) Expansion Study. Thank you to the over 4,700 individuals who participated in the online survey and many of you who engaged with us in person at farmers markets over the summer of 2023…. [ Keep reading ]

Construction Update for Future Little Saigon Park

Vietnamese Translation – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – Traditional Chinese Translation Seattle Parks and Recreation is working with our community partner, The Friends of Little Saigon, to produce a community ribbon cutting celebration for the new park in the… [ Keep reading ]

Love Your Parks

Expose by Todd Burley February is a month of love, and Seattleites love their parks. We see this every two years when Seattle Parks and Recreation (SPR) conducts a survey, and the support for our public parks is always extremely high. SPR appreciates this amazing support and works daily to… [ Keep reading ]