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Queen Anne Community Center Fall 2022 Activity Schedule

Here are the Fall scheduled activities, free and otherwise, at the Queen Anne Community Center at 1901 1st Ave W, Seattle, WA 98119. The Center’s general hours of operation are Monday-Friday, 11:00 a.m. – 7:00p.m. Please call (206) 386-4240 if you have any questions. November 7 –December 30, 2022 Mon… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle Parks and Recreation 2022 Thanksgiving holiday closures

Many Seattle Parks and Recreation facilities will be closed for one or more days in observance of the Thanksgiving holiday. These facilities and services are CLOSED on both Thursday, Nov. 24 and Friday, Nov. 25: Community centers, including registered and drop-in programming Teen life centers Environmental learning centers Indoor swimming… Filed Under: Parkways

Salmon Return to Pipers Creek! 

By Todd Burley and Giovannina Souers The rain has brought the return of salmon to Pipers Creek in Carkeek Park. One of three salmon-bearing streams in Seattle, Pipers Creek is a great place to see these anadromous fish complete their life journey and spawn in their home creek. Their usual… [ Keep reading ]

Victor Steinbrueck Park Closes for Improvements

UPDATE: Kassel & Associates will mobilize on site and close the remainder of the park on Monday, December 19. Victor Steinbrueck Park will close December 19, 2022 until fall 2023 during the Victor Steinbrueck Park Renovation project. Seattle Parks and Recreation (SPR) awarded Kassel & Associates, Inc. the construction contract… [ Keep reading ]

Help Shape Seattle Parks and Recreation’s 2024 Parks and Open Space Plan

Seattle Parks and Recreation (SPR) encourages the community to participate in developing the 2024 Parks and Open Space Plan. The plan serves as an opportunity for SPR to align our acquisition and capital development program with the department’s strategic priorities. There are 2 ways to participate: Take this survey, or… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle Parks and Recreation Request for Proposal Announcement for Management and Operation of Cascade People’s Center in Cascade Park 

Seattle – Seattle Parks and Recreation (SPR) seeks proposals for the management and operation of public recreation, arts and cultural or environmental programming at the Cascade People’s Center in Cascade Park. (309 Pontius Avenue North, Seattle, WA 98109). Applicant proposals will show they will offer community activities, programs, and… [ Keep reading ]

Notice of Partial Parking Lot & Comfort Station Closure for Construction Improvements at Gas Works Park

In early November, the east entrance of Gas Work Park, the comfort station and a portion of the parking lot will be closed as WS Contractor, LLC begins the Comfort Station and East Entry/ADA Improvement Project. WS Contractor and Seattle Parks and Recreation( SPR) will work to minimize the construction… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle Parks and Recreation seeks public input on recreational programs and services

Community encouraged to join listening sessions and participate in online survey  Seattle Parks and Recreation invites the community to provide feedback on recreational programs and services, including input on community center hours and communications.  There are two ways for the community to engage: Join us at an upcoming in-person listening… [ Keep reading ]

Magnolia Boulevard Restoration Project Begins

During the week of November 14, Seattle Parks and Recreation (SPR) will continue its work to implement the Magnolia Boulevard Vegetation Management. The project plants historically significant Madrona trees and provides landscape improvements around existing tree trunks. Plant beds will be installed around some of the trees often damaged from… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle Parks and Recreation begins routine winter preparation of park facilities

Many park bathrooms and water fountains closed for the winter Routine winter preparation has begun with most Seattle Parks and Recreation comfort stations (bathrooms) and drinking fountains closing for the winter season to prevent pipes from freezing. We expect to complete winterizing and closing impacted facilities by early December. We… [ Keep reading ]