City of Redmond Community Centers

City of Redmond operates the following Community Centers:

  • Redmond Community Center at Marymoor Village
  • Old Firehouse Teen Center
  • Redmond Arts Studio at Grass Lawn
  • Anderson Park Cabins
  • City Hall Bytes Cafe

All City of Redmond community centers and facilities are closed. The City plans to reopen community centers in accordance with the Governor’s Washington Phased Approach. As King County meets the requirements to move into each phase, City of Redmond Parks and Recreation will reopen park amenities, facilities and services in alignment with the requirements for each phase and in accordance with guidelines from the Centers of Disease Control (CDC), King County Public Health and the Governor’s office.  

Information on Redmond’s Reopening Plan can be found at www.redmond.gov/PlaySafe.


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1. When will I receive a refund?
2. City of Redmond Community Centers
3. What parks are operated by City of Redmond?
4. What trails are operated by City of Redmond?
5. What safety measures are in place in parks and trails?
6. Are rentals available currently?
7. When will summer camps and activities resume?
8. When will I receive a refund?
9. What services and resources are available for seniors?
10. Will Redmond host summer camps in 2020?
11. Who can I contact for assistance?
12. Is it possible that camps in July or August could be canceled?
13. Why Are Sports Fields Closed?
14. Modified Phase 1 allows for practices on sports field. Why is the City keeping their fields closed?
15. Is Farrel-McWhirter Park open?
16. Is there a Petting Zoo at Farrel-McWhirter Park? Is it open?
17. Does it cost anything to go to Farrel-McWhirter Park?