Play Safe, Stay Safe Redmond

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The City's Play Safe Plan outlines the reopening of park amenities, facilities, and services where resources allow, in alignment with requirements outlined in the Healthy Washington - Roadmap to Recovery, signed by Governor Inslee to go into effect on January 11, 2021. The City is aware of recent CDC guidance and continues to require masks in the manner reflected on this page. When requirements through the state and King County Health change, this page and mask requirements will be changed at that time.

This page was last updated on June 11, 2021. Continue to check back for the most current information.

  1. Parks, Trails & Amenities
  2. Sports Fields & Courts
  3. Facilities & Rentals
  4. Activities & Summer Camps
  5. Senior Services
  6. Events

Parks and Trails

All City of Redmond parks and trails are open. We ask all users to limit gatherings with people outside their household and in accordance with gathering size restrictions outlined in the Healthy Washington - Roadmap to Recovery, maintain physical distancing, wear a mask or face covering, and stay home when sick. Visit our Parks and Trails page to learn more or check out all of the available amenities by viewing our Parks Amenities Guide and Trails Amenities Guide.

Playgrounds

All playgrounds are open. We ask all parents to make sure that kids play safe recreate responsibly. Maintain 6 feet of space from other children, wear a face covering or mask, avoid group gatherings, stay home if sick, and keep it moving to help prevent crowding.

Splash Pads

The Splash Pads at Downtown Park and Grass Lawn Park are open daily 9 a.m. - 8 p.m. from June 3- September 6, 2021. Please continue to practice physical distancing and stay home if you are sick.

Farrel-McWhirter Barnyard and Arenas

The Barnyard at Farrel-McWhirter Park is reopened for limited hours as of February 1, 2021. Current hours are Monday - Saturday 11 a.m. - 3 p.m. The arenas have reopened as of Monday, April 5, 2021. All visitors should continue to follow all guidelines outlined by the CDC, King County Public Health, and the Healthy Washington-Roadmap to Recovery.