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2022 Labor Day Closures for Seattle Parks and Recreation

Many Seattle Parks and Recreation facilities will be closed Monday, September 5 in observance of the Labor Day holiday. These facilities and services are CLOSED: All recreation programs Community centers and teen centers Environmental learning centers Indoor swimming pools Green Lake Small Craft Center Mount Baker Rowing and Sailing Center Amy… [ Keep reading ]

Recreation Facilities Closed Thursday 3/24/22 for All-Staff Training

Many Seattle Parks and Recreation facilities will be closed Thursday, March 24, 2022 due to an all-staff training event. These facilities and services are CLOSED: Community Centers and programs (Childcare operating normally) Teen Life Centers Environmental Learning Centers Swimming Pools Green Lake Small Craft Center Mount Baker Rowing and Sailing… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle Parks and Recreation Staffing and Program Impacts

Updated Tuesday, January 25, 2022 As Covid-19 rises again in our region this winter, Seattle Parks and Recreation (SPR) continues to monitor its impact and follow safety directives from local public health authorities. Prior to the arrival of the Omicron variant, the pandemic had a considerable effect on SPR staffing… [ Keep reading ]

Winter Weather Impacts 12/30

Due to the inclement weather, ALL Seattle Parks and Recreation programming and facilities are CLOSED today (Thurs., Dec. 30) with the few exceptions noted below. Closed : Lifelong Recreation, Specialized Programs for people with disabilities, Teen Life Centers, Environmental Learning Centers, community centers and small craft centers, child care programs,… [ Keep reading ]

New Year’s Weekend Closures for Seattle Parks and Recreation

In observance of New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day holidays, most Seattle Parks and Recreation programs and facilities will be closed from Friday, December 31 to Sunday, January 2. Please see specifics below. Warming centers, parks and boat ramps remain open. Community Centers, Teen Centers,Pools,Environmental Learning Centers,Small Craft Centers… [ Keep reading ]

Fourth of July Closures for Seattle Parks and Recreation

Many Seattle Parks and Recreation facilities remain closed due to the pandemic. Those that have opened will be closed on Monday, July 5, 2021 in observance of the Fourth of July holiday, with a few exceptions. See below for specifics: These remain closed long term due to the pandemic: Community centers (except for childcare… [ Keep reading ]

Rainier Beach Pool Temporary Closure Due to High Indoor Temperatures

Due to extreme indoor heat and humidity, Seattle Parks and Recreation closed Rainier Beach Community Center Pool Sunday afternoon, with the closure extending through today, June 28. High pool deck temperatures caused by the humidity and the fresh air system drawing in hot air created unsafe conditions inside. Typically, pool… [ Keep reading ]

Memorial Day Closures for Seattle Parks and Recreation

Most Seattle Parks and Recreation facilities remain closed due to the pandemic. The few that have opened at partial capacity will be closed on Monday, May 31, 2021 in observance of the Memorial Day holiday, with a few exceptions. See below for specifics: Closed for the Monday holiday: Childcare Amy Yee Tennis Center… [ Keep reading ]

One mile of Lake Washington Boulevard Closed to Cars for Memorial Day weekend

Over Memorial Day weekend, Seattle Parks and Recreation and the Seattle Department of Transportation are opening 1 mile of Lake Washington Blvd from Mt Baker Park to Genesee Park to people walking, rolling, and biking. We’ll close this stretch to cars around noon on Friday, May 28 and crews will remove the barricades the morning of… [ Keep reading ]

One mile of Lake Washington Boulevard closed to traffic through February 21

The snow might be gone, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t fun, local things to do outdoors with the family! Namely, the always popular closure of a portion of Lake Washington Boulevard to traffic. This week through Sunday, February 21, one mile of the northern segment of Lake Washington Blvd from… [ Keep reading ]