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Winter 2024 Classes & Activities

Seattle Parks and Recreation’s Winter 2024 program brochures are ready, with in-person, drop in and virtual opportunities galore and something for everyone. Registration opens December 5, 2023 at noon: Specialized Programs for People with Disabilities (registration varies between 12/7 and 12/13): Ready to enroll in a program? Head to our registration… [ Keep reading ]

South Park Community Center programs temporarily move to Concord Elementary School

Updated October 18, 2023 Seattle Parks and Recreation (SPR) has worked with community partners to relocate some South Park Community Center services during the center’s stabilization closure through Spring 2025. Starting September 15, 2023, programming is moving to Concord International Elementary School, at 723 S. Concord St, Seattle, WA 98108. All… [ Keep reading ]

Fall Priority Swim Registration for Scholarship-Eligible Participants

As a part of Seattle Parks and Recreation’s commitment to equitable and accessible programming, fall swim registration will open for current scholarship eligible participants a week prior to general registration on 8/1/23. Registration will open for the general public on 8/8/23. Registration for fall programming in indoor pools: Priority Registration:… [ Keep reading ]

Join the Puget Sound Explorer Game and Compete for Prizes with App

Are you ready for a new challenge this summer, one that takes you and the family on a mission to explore, learn and have fun in Seattle Parks while competing with other players for prizes? This mission, should you choose to accept it, is as simple as downloading the free… [ Keep reading ]

Share Your Thoughts on Seattle’s Off-Leash System at Community Events

Join Seattle Parks and Recreation staff at the following community pop-up events to learn more about the Off Leash Area (OLA) Expansion Study and help shape future investments in our OLA system. You may visit our project website to read the study material and participate in the online survey. Specific… [ Keep reading ]

July Nature and Environmental Education Classes

Seattle Parks and Recreation offers multiple nature and environmental education classes in parks all over the city. Several are coming up soon, with options for families, toddlers, youth, and teens. Find the program best suited for your family and get ready to learn, explore and enjoy nature! All classes are… [ Keep reading ]

Off-Leash Area Expansion Study Findings to be Presented at BPRC Meeting June 8th

Seattle Parks and Recreation (SPR) staff are scheduled to present their findings from the 2023 Off Leash Area (OLA) Expansion Study to the Board of Parks and Recreation Commissioners (BPRC) during their June 8th meeting at 6:30PM (meeting info). The Study, designed to develop a list of suitable park sites… [ Keep reading ]

Swim Seattle Pilot Kick-off April 22 with Mayor Harrell

Mayor Harrell, Seattle Parks and Recreation, and a host of community partners are excited to announce our first step to offering comprehensive, free swim lessons for Seattle children. Swim Seattle is an initiative promoting basic swimming and water safety skills. Youth of color are far more likely to die from… [ Keep reading ]

Spring Environmental Education Programs

Seattle Parks and Recreation offers nature and environmental education classes and programs to help community discover the native plants, birds, urban forests, low tide beaches and more across the city. These spring offerings are ready for sign-up now! Use the “register” links below. If you’re interested in meeting new people, learning… [ Keep reading ]

Summer Day Camps 2023

The 2023 summer camp brochure is now available! Browse a wide range of exciting activities for participants, from preschool and school age care camps, to nature camps, to camps for youth with disabilities. Outlined within are descriptions, dates, and locations of across Seattle. Registration instructions and methods are on page… [ Keep reading ]