When it’s hot this summer, Seattle residents don’t need to go far to cool off. Seattle Parks and Recreation has a long list of places to get cool in the water, including beaches, wading pools and water spray features and outdoor pools.
A project to re-paint the center line on the Green Lake Path has been postponed. Originally scheduled for Saturday, May 2, the project will be rescheduled in the near future.
Mayor Ed Murray has nominated former Washington, DC Parks and Recreation chief Jesús Aguirre to be the new Superintendent at Seattle Parks and Recreation.
Read more on the Mayor’s Blog.