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Amy Yee Tennis Center Reopens January 21

In response to the State of Washington’s recent modifications to public health gudelines for indoor tennis, Seattle Parks and Recreation is happy to announce the re-opening of the Amy Yee Tennis Center at 2000 Martin Luther King Jr. Way South. The Center is open Monday through Friday from 7:30 am… [ 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 ]

Seattle Park District Major Projects Challenge Fund improves Seattle Parks and Recreation facilities

Update on community-initiated projects and studies The Seattle Park District Major Projects Challenge Fund (MPCF) initiative leverages Seattle Park District funding with community-raised matching funds to significantly expand the life and usability of a park facility, providing greater opportunities for people to make use of Seattle Parks and Recreation’s improved community… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle Parks and Recreation launches pickleball pilot project

Seattle Parks and Recreation is committed to listening to the community and delivering new opportunities for play and recreation that will serve Seattle’s growing population. Consequently, as a response to input received from the community, Seattle Parks and Recreation’s Planning and Development Division is leading a pilot project to implement… [ Keep reading ]

Mayor to Award Seattle Park District Funds to Amy Yee Tennis Center and Kubota Garden

Join us Thursday, Dec. 15 at 2:00 p.m. On Thursday, December 15, Mayor Murray will award major projects at the Amy Yee Tennis Center and Kubota Garden.  The funding is from the Seattle Park District’s Major Projects Challenge Fund, an initiative which leverages Park District funding with community-raised matching funds…. [ Keep reading ]

Community invited to learn about Laurelhurst Tennis Court drainage improvement project

Seattle Parks and Recreation invites the community to the Laurelhurst Community Club meeting on Monday, March 14, 2016 at the Laurelhurst Community Center, 4554 NE 41st St. Katie Bang, Seattle Parks and Recreation project manager, is on the agenda at 7:30 p.m. Seattle Parks and Recreation would like to thank… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle Parks and Recreation shuts off most tennis court lights for winter to save energy

Seattle Parks and Recreation shut off the lights at most outdoor lighted tennis courts for the winter. This is an effort to create energy savings during the months when few people play tennis outside. There are 60 lighted outdoor courts throughout the parks system.

Amy Yee Tennis Center to close for maintenance

Amy Yee Tennis Center will be closed to the public for maintenance Aug. 24-Sept. 7. The center will reopen Sept. 8 at 7 a.m. During this time the public will be able to access outdoor tennis courts and there will be a Porta-Potty on site for our outdoor courts. Center staff will check phone… [ Keep reading ]

Thank you Amy Yee Tennis Center volunteers

Amy Yee Tennis Center’s staff hosted a wonderful Jamboree for the QuickStart Tennis Program participants, volunteers, parents and friends Aug. 12. This year the program had 240 kids at 13 sites around the city, from Soundview in Ballard to Rainier Beach. Forty-five volunteer coaches contributed over 1,465 hours to make this… [ Keep reading ]

Amy Yee Tennis Center offers 75-degree half-priced specials in July

When it’s hot outside, it can be difficult to find safe, comfortable forms of exercise. With a forecast of a dry, hot summer, Seattle Parks and Recreation will be offering 50-percent discounts on indoor tennis public court rentals at Amy Yee Tennis Center any day in July that it’s predicted to… [ Keep reading ]