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Summer Camps 2022

The summer camp 2022 brochure is here, and along with it a wide range of exciting activities for participants. See the full Summer Camp 2022 brochure here. Register online here. or by calling your community center. Registration begins at 12pm on Tuesday, April 19.

Reopening Activities for More Summer Fun Announced by Seattle Parks and Recreation

Outdoor pools, sprayparks, wading pools, beaches, meals for kids and more are scheduled Revised Wednesday, June 24, 2021 Summer is coming and boy, are we all ready for it! After a year of restrictions and uncertainty – not to mention a long winter – everyone is looking forward to reliable… [ Keep reading ]

City of Seattle Announces Additional Child Care Assistance for Families Through March

In response to the ongoing needs of our communities during the COVID-19 pandemic, the Seattle Parks and Recreation (SPR) before- and after-school childcare program for students age 5-12 continues to provide a safe and supportive option for remote learning. Now the City of Seattle has extended childcare copay relief for… [ Keep reading ]

City of Seattle to Offer Child Care for 550 Children at 19 Sites Throughout Seattle

Seattle Parks and Recreation Will Launch Seven Teen Resource Hubs to Support Students During Virtual Learning Mayor Jenny A. Durkan today announced that the City of Seattle will provide child care for 550 children at 19 sites through Seattle Parks and Recreation (SPR). The City-supported child care will provide full-day… [ Keep reading ]

Community centers ready to serve 3,000 kids if strike continues into second week

SEATTLE (September 11, 2015) – Today Mayor Ed Murray announced that Seattle Parks and Recreation will offer drop-in activities for up to 3,000 kids at the City’s community centers in the event that the teachers’ strike continues during the week of Sept. 14. “This week, we have reached capacity at… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle announces plans to expand before- and after-school programs into all-day camps at select community centers in the event of a teachers’ strike

On Friday, Sept. 4, Mayor Ed Murray announced that Seattle Parks and Recreation, in partnership with the Associated Recreation Council (ARC), will expand currently scheduled before- and after-school care into all-day camps on September 9, 10 and 11 in the event of a strike by Seattle Public Schools teachers. “While we… [ Keep reading ]

Applications for free or low-cost preschool available now

The deadline for submitting an application for the Seattle Preschool Program has been extended from July 31 to August 10 at 5:00 p.m. Families who apply by the deadline will be entered into the first round of selections for preschool enrollment.