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Play Areas reopen starting Oct. 6

All play areas in Seattle parks will reopen to the public on October 6. Seattle Parks and Recreation staff, with support from our partners at the Washington Department of Health and Seattle King County Public Health, have created some guidelines that can keep us all safe while using these spaces. How to… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle Parks and Recreation now offering virtual programs

Seattle community centers and pools remain closed to the public – no thanks to COVID-19, which is keeping many of us from participating in the onsite exercise classes and activities we used to enjoy. But good news: your favorite Seattle Parks and Recreation instructors have brought their talents to a… [ Keep reading ]

Multi-Language Resource for Seattle Parks and Recreation Phase 2 Guidance

Español, 简体中文, 繁體中文, 한국어, Tiếng Việt, Soomaali, አማርኛ, Tagalog (Please note, the English version of this post is here. King County’s Phase 2 and Modified Phase 1 are the same in terms of Seattle Parks and Recreation activity and facility status.) La Fase 2 del Condado de King da como… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle Parks’ lifeguarded swimming areas now open

UPDATED August 13, 2020 – Lifeguards are now stationed at Madison, Magnuson, Mount Baker (Aug 15), Pritchard and West Green Lake beaches. Hours of operation are 12pm-7pm on Monday-Friday and 11am-7pm on Saturday and Sunday, weather permitting. To keep these spaces safe for you and others please stay home when… [ Keep reading ]

ON HOLD: Selected Seattle Parks and Recreation Swimming Areas Open July 1 with New Guidelines

UPDATED JULY 1, 2020:Based on King County Public Health recommendations, the City has decided to delay opening until at least July 15 due to a sharp increase in King County COVID-19 cases. The opening of selected swim beaches will “now be delayed for a minimum of two weeks as City… [ Keep reading ]

Announcing outdoor tennis court reservations for July 6 and beyond, with new guidelines

As you know, the Governor has provided updated guidelines for tennis activities to resume. This is exciting news, and we’re looking forward to working with you to get you back on the courts. Starting on June 29th, we will resume booking outdoor courts reservations for dates from July 6 and… [ Keep reading ]

Temporary program allows local walking, rolling and biking on Lake WA Boulevard and Golden Gardens Drive NW

The Seattle Department of Transportation and Seattle Parks and Recreation are piloting two new street closures to open up even more opportunities for local recreation. Since staying healthy by staying local is still the goal, these two Keep It Moving streets provide several more miles of traffic-free space for the… [ Keep reading ]

King County Modified Phase 1 (and 2) Seattle park and recreation guidance and the reopening of many amenities

On Friday (6/5), the State approved King County’s Safe Start plan for a Modified Phase 1. Under this plan, outdoor recreation and gatherings of up to five people outside the household are permitted but some activities, facilities, and events remain restricted. Additionally, social distancing is still required. This guidance remains in place through… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle Parks and Recreation Opens Boat Launches with Strict Guidelines

Updated October 5, 2020: Atlantic City Boat Launch is closed to accommodate the City’s COVID-19 testing site. Boaters, please use Stan Sayres launch, 4 miles north, as an alternate. Most other boat launches are open, with adjacent parking open as well, except for Ferdinand St. Strict guidelines are in place;… [ Keep reading ]

City of Seattle Launches Seattle Together Initiative

The City of Seattle is launching the Seattle Together initiative, which is designed to celebrate ideas, share resources and events, and connect community during the COVID-19 pandemic. The Seattle Together initiative asks community members to amplify stories of good work and resiliency by residents, elevate resources and share best practices,… [ Keep reading ]