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An Update on Pier 58 (Waterfront Park)

Across the City and throughout all departments, public safety is always our number one priority. When it comes to the protection and maintenance of the infrastructure that keeps Seattle moving and makes this such a special place to live, work, and play, careful systems of close monitoring are an essential… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle Japanese Garden Reopens to the Public

July 17, 2020 – The Seattle Japanese Garden has reopened to the public, just in time to enjoy the beautiful summer weather. We have made some changes for the health and safety of our community during the Covid-19 pandemic. Please visit our website, www.seattlejapanesegarden.org, to help you plan your trip… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle Parks and Recreation welcomes all to enjoy the free Big Day of Play Virtual Event

Big Day of Play is a celebration of our city’s diversity, and it encourages neighbors, communities, and families to have fun, build relationships and be active together. Big Day of Play will be held on Saturday, August 15 from Noon to 3 p.m. in a variety of virtual formats. The… [ Keep reading ]

Free meal program for all youth in Seattle Parks this summer

ESPAÑOL  简体中文  TIẾNG VIỆT 한국어 In partnership with United Way of King County and the City of Seattle’s Human Services Department, Seattle Parks and Recreation will be offering the FREE Summer Meals program this summer at parks throughout Seattle for youth ages 1-18. Each site will be open from Monday… [ Keep reading ]

Athletic field lights on to discourage illegal fireworks, July 3 and 4, 2020

Seattle Parks and Recreation will turn on field lighting on ballfields throughout the city on the evening of Friday, July 3 and Saturday, July 4 to protect the surfaces. The ballfield lights will be turned on at approximately 8:30 p.m. and most will be turned off at either 10 p.m…. [ Keep reading ]

Construction on Occidental Square Pavilion Begins July 2020:

Central performance pavilion, covered gathering area, and visitor kiosk to serve users of Occidental Square in the heart of Pioneer Square. Occidental Square has been transformed into the lively heart of the Pioneer Square neighborhood, with colorful café seating, new planters, artwork, ping-pong tables and musical performances. The activation of… [ 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 ]

Seattle Parks and Recreation reduces 2020 investments in capital projects, temporary staffing, and administrative supports

As the City moves to reopening and rebuilding, Seattle Parks and Recreation (SPR) must turn our attention to addressing the impacts of the COVID-19 on both the city’s budget as well as SPR’s budget. The City is also looking across all city departments and city services to reallocate General Fund… [ 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 ]

Seattle Parks and Recreation opens enrollment for summer childcare programs

While significantly reduced from years prior, Seattle Parks and Recreation will offer over 400 full day, full summer weekly school-age care slots Starting May 12, Seattle Parks and Recreation will begin enrollment for summer school-age childcare. Enrollment will be begin with priority given to children currently enrolled in emergency childcare, and scholarship qualifying families. Programs will be located at community centers and other sites throughout the city and will be open to children ages… [ Keep reading ]