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Welcoming the Spring Equinox

Buds are blossoming, the weather is warming, and the days are getting longer! Seattleites are not strangers to the joy of spring time, and we hope you can get out and enjoy Seattle Parks and Recreation spaces even more in 2022 than in years past. With the Spring Equinox official… [ Keep reading ]

Magnolia Manor Dog Off-Leash Area Closes For Improvements

Seattle Parks and Recreation is closing the Magnolia Manor Dog Off-Leash Area (OLA) on Thursday, July 22 to address maintenance issues and make park improvements. The Seattle Conservation Corps will be packing holes created by dogs and fanning the extra gravel out into the park. During the scheduled maintenance the… [ Keep reading ]

Dr. Jose Rizal Off-Leash Area closes for improvements

Seattle Parks and Recreation is resurfacing the gravel pathway and installing new benches at Dr. Jose Rizal Park Dog Off-Leash Area (OLA). The OLA is located on north Beacon Hill at 1007 12th Ave. S. The construction work was delayed and will now close the OLA from March 18 to… [ Keep reading ]

Northacres Off-Leash Area closes for improvements

Seattle Parks and Recreation is installing new fencing and upgrading the gated entries at Northacres Park Off-Leash Area (OLA). The OLA is located in the northeast corner of Northacres Park,12718 1st Ave NE, Seattle, WA 98125. The construction work will close the OLA from February 4 through March 1, 2019…. [ Keep reading ]

Seattle Park District provides funding for improvements at Golden Gardens Park Off-Leash Area

Seattle Parks and Recreation’s Landscape Architect and Project Manager are hosting an event at the Golden Gardens Off-Leash Area on Thursday, August 30 from 4. to 6 p.m. This is an opportunity for the community to review and comment on plans to install agility equipment at the park. Golden Gardens… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle Park District provides funding for Off-Leash Area Improvements

Update: Woodland Park OLA will be closed through March 2, 2018 and Genesee Park OLA is open Next two projects require closure of Genesee Park and Woodland Park Off-Leash Areas The Seattle Park District’s Maintaining Parks and Facilities funding initiative provides funding to improve Dog Off-Leash Areas (OLAs) throughout Seattle…. [ Keep reading ]

Seattle Parks and Recreation hosts fall festivities for Fido in Bell Street Park, Oct. 31

You may have outgrown trick-or-treating, but what about your four-legged friend? This Halloween, we’re celebrating a dog day in October and inviting all pooches to Bell Street Park for some festive fun. Join Seattle Parks and Recreation from 11 a.m.–3 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 31, for Bow Wow Bibbity Bobbity… [ Keep reading ]

Community invited to celebrate expansion at Westcrest Park

Soccer, art, music and family fun Seattle Parks and Recreation is hosting a community celebration for the Westcrest Park expansion on Saturday, July 25, 2015 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.  The  ribbon cutting ceremony is at 11:15 a.m. The event offers music by Correo Aereo, youth soccer fun by… [ Keep reading ]

20-acre expansion to be opened at Westcrest Park

On Wednesday, July 8, 2015, Seattle Parks and Recreation will open the 20-acre expansion of Westcrest Park at the West Seattle Reservoir, located at 9000 8th Ave. SW in the Highland Park neighborhood of West Seattle. The new park expansion is the fifth reservoir lid-park collaboration between Seattle Parks and… [ Keep reading ]

Green Lake algae scum with toxins found; only harmful where scum is found

Toxic algae has been found in accumulated scum along the shores of Green Lake; however the lake is not closed and remains open to many activities. King County Department of Natural Resources has been conducting weekly testing of water collected at the east and west swimming beaches at Green Lake… [ Keep reading ]