Posts tagged with Emergency Operations Archives - Parkways

Seattle Parks and Recreation Cooling Centers for Tuesday, June 29, 2021

Seattle Parks and Recreation (SPR) will open the following two facilities to help residents stay cool on Tuesday, June 29. These centers have air-conditioning, restrooms, and water available. Community members are welcome to drop by during open hours to get out of the sun and keep cool. International District/Chinatown… [ 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 ]

Seattle Parks and Recreation Cooling Centers for Monday, June 28, 2021

Seattle Parks and Recreation (SPR) will open the following two facilities to help residents stay cool on Monday, June 28. These centers have air-conditioning, restrooms, and water available. Community members are welcome to drop by during open hours to get out of the sun and keep cool. International District/Chinatown… [ Keep reading ]

Three community centers to open as cooling centers

Seattle Parks and Recreation (SPR) will open the following three community centers to help residents stay cool. These centers have air-conditioning, restrooms, and water fountains available. Community members are welcome to drop by during open hours to get out of the sun and keep cool.   International District/Chinatown Community Center… [ Keep reading ]

City of Seattle to open severe weather shelters at Bitter Lake and Garfield Community Centers, providing 86 additional emergency shelter spaces

The following information was released by the City of Seattle’s Homelessness Response team this morning: In preparation for forecasted below freezing temperatures and snow over the coming days, the Human Services Department (HSD), in partnership with Seattle Parks and Recreation (SPR), is opening Bitter Lake and Garfield Community Centers as… [ Keep reading ]

Severe Weather and Storm Information

Seattle Parks and Recreation staff are busy preparing for the two storms we anticipate will come through Seattle over the next few days. Please check our Parks and Recreation website and or Parkways Blog for detailed information about program cancellations, athletic field closures, where to call to report downed trees,… [ Keep reading ]

Stay informed with AlertSeattle!

When emergencies happen, be the first to know. Stay informed with AlertSeattle to receive real-time, official notifications from the City of Seattle. AlertSeattle is a free service that allows you to sign up online to receive customized alerts via text message, email, voice message, and on social media (Facebook and… [ Keep reading ]

Mowing scheduled in Discovery Park, other parks due to brush fire danger

Beginning, Saturday, July 11, Seattle Parks and Recreation crews will mow areas of high grass in the north and central parts of Discovery Park in Magnolia due to concerns over potential brushfires. Unusually dry, hot weather in Seattle this summer has created potential fire hazards in parks and natural areas… [ Keep reading ]