Welcome to the Seattle Parks and Recreation Strategic Plan Implementation online open house! The purpose of this online open house is to seek community input to inform our plans for pandemic and economic recovery and learn more about what you want to see at our parks, open spaces, and community centers in the coming years.
What We Offer
Seattle Parks and Recreation offers a wide range of facilities, programs, and infrastructure across our system. Below is a snapshot of some of the spaces and services we use to bring communities together, get people active, and connect them with nature. All numbers as of March 2020.
acres of urban forest slated for restoration
children’s play areas
swimming pools (8 indoor, 2 outdoor)
rowing, sailing, and small craft centers
outdoor courts lined for pickleball
indoor tennis courts
miles of trails
facilities offering before & after school care
acres of parkland and open space
About Seattle Parks and Recreation
Seattle Parks and Recreation (SPR) provides welcoming and safe opportunities to play, learn, contemplate, and build community, and promotes responsible stewardship of the land. We envision healthy people, a healthy environment, and strong communities.
SPR manages over 6,400 acres, 12% of Seattle’s land area, and operates hundreds of amenities and facilities. These include parks, natural areas, athletic fields, gardens, play areas, sport courts, community centers, pools, environmental education centers, and much more. From caring for urban nature to providing programs and services for our residents, SPR plays a key role in the health of our community.
How to use this online open house
To advance through this open house, scroll down to read each page, then click the “Next Page” button at the bottom of the page, or select the tab you want at the top.
Within this online open house, you will be able to give feedback through survey questions. The online open house and survey will take only a few minutes to complete.
Thank you for your participation!
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