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Seattle Parks and Recreation is Seeking Early Childhood Education Programs to Serve the Community at Madison Park Bathhouse and Victory Heights Shelter House 

Seattle Parks and Recreation (SPR) is seeking Early Childhood Education programs to serve youth and families in the community at Madison Park Bathhouse and Victory Heights Shelter House under a five-year contract with the option for one five-year extension (September 2024-August 2034).  

SPR believes that early childhood education programs are essential for youth in the city, and we are committed to providing affordable opportunities for the community. Non-profit organizations interested in supporting SPR in the operation of either the Madison Park Bathhouse or the Victory Heights Shelter House should submit electronic PDF Letters of Interest to and/or Application details can be found here. Women and minority business owners are encouraged to submit Letters of Interest. Deadline to submit is March 13, 2024, by 3pm.  

About Madison Park Bathhouse: SPR is the owner of the Madison Park Bathhouse, built in 1919, and located at the southeast corner of 43rd Ave. E and E Madison St. within Madison Beach Park. The area consists of a mix of commercial and residential uses to the north, south and west, while Lake Washington is immediately east. The site does not have onsite parking, however, there is adequate street parking. 

About Victory Heights Shelter House: SPR is the owner of Victory Heights Shelter House, a 2,430 square foot, one-story masonry building built in 1938 with a daylight basement. The Shelter House is located on the northern side of Victory Heights Playground, with the public park situated immediately to the south at 1747 NE 106th St. Victory Heights Park includes a large grassy field surrounded by trees, a tennis court, play structures, slides, and swings.