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Seattle Parks & Recreation Snow Impacts for Tuesday, November 29, 2022 

Due to the inclement weather, some Seattle Parks and Recreation programs and facilities are impacted today. 

Community Centers, teen life centers, and environmental learning centers are currently scheduled to be open normal hours to the public (based on staff capacity). Please check back here to get up-to-date information about any impacts to community center hours and programming.

Please call the Child Care Hotline for updates on School Age Care and Preschool: 206- 684-4203 

For information about winter weather shelters, please visit King County Regional Homeless Authority.  

For information on Citywide response, please visit City of Seattle Prepares for Winter Weather – AlertSeattle.

Impacts for Tuesday, Nov. 29: 

  • Golf: All golf courses are closed for golf. Walkers are welcome but there is not enough snow accumulation for sledding.  
  • Pools: Pools are open at partial capacity for drop-in lap swim, water exercise, and public and family swim. Please call your pool before arrival for any updates on changing schedules. Please note that Seattle Parks and Recreation follows Seattle Public Schools inclement weather plan regarding pool closure during school time operations.

Safety reminders: 

  • We encourage everyone to stay out from under trees and avoid forested park areas during high winds and/or if heavy snow or ice covers the trees. 
  • To report downed trees or branches in parks, or other maintenance issues, please call 206-684-7250. 
  • Trail users, please use caution during wet and/or icy conditions. 
  • Stay informed of any parks and recreation impacts or closures by following our social media channels: Twitter; Instagram; Facebook; Blog 
Denny Park, winter 2020