Posts tagged with Rules and Regulations Archives - Parkways

Dogs must be on leash in parks

After the wettest winter in recent Seattle history, we’re sure you and your four-legged best friend are itching to get outside! We have 14 off-leash dog parks where Fido can run free. Dogs in parks, however, must always be on leash and dogs are prohibited, even on leash, on beaches,… [ Keep reading ]

Please don’t smoke in City parks

Seattle’s public parks are smoke-free! Smoke-free parks further Seattle Parks and Recreation’s mission by creating a safe, welcoming environment for all park users, promoting healthy lifestyles and reducing litter. Did you know that cigarette butts are the most littered item in the world, with an estimated 5 trillion discarded each… [ Keep reading ]

Drones and rockets prohibited at City parks

Our parks offer beautiful scenery with the potential for outstanding photos. We encourage you get out and take pictures of the incredible wildlife, plants, and views that our open spaces offer; however, using a drone for photography – or any other purpose – is prohibited. City law prohibits drones and… [ Keep reading ]

Beach fire rules

REVISED for May 24, 2021: Fires must be extinguished by 9:30p. Fires allowed Saturday, May 29th-Sept 12th. Staff will be on-site to manage and assist with putting out fires at 9:30pm. ***** Break out the s’mores and enjoy a Pacific Northwest sunset by beach fire at Alki Beach or Golden… [ Keep reading ]

Open-water swimming rules

Warm air temperatures don’t translate to warm water temperatures, and even the strongest swimmers can become incapacitated from cold-water shock after just a few minutes in the water, whether it’s in a river, lake or Puget Sound. Swimming is an excellent form of exercise but use caution while enjoying our… [ Keep reading ]