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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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All City of Redmond parks and trail systems are open for public use. City of Redmond does not operate Marymoor Park or Sammamish River Trail, which is operated by King County. Please note that all restrooms are closed (except Downtown Park and Watershed Park).
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Safety Tips & RemindersRemember to practice physical distancing, avoid crowded areas, keep it moving to help prevent crowding, stay home if you are sick and follow the most current Center for Disease Control guidelines. With your help, City of Redmond parks and trails can remain open for the enjoyment of all!
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Nature and open spaces provide numerous physical and mental benefits. Help keep our parks safe during the COVID-19 pandemic so everyone can enjoy these benefits. All City of Redmond parks and trails have signage installed to remind the community how to play safe, and stay safe. We ask all park users and visitors to follow the posted signage.
Safety Tips & Reminders
With your help, City of Redmond parks and trails can remain open for the enjoyment of all!
Redmond Parks and Recreation has cancelled all facility, sports field and picnic shelter rentals scheduled through July 5, 2020. All renters have been contacted and refunds will be issued. If you have questions or need further assistance, please contact Guest Services at 425-556-2300 or email email@example.com
More information is available at www.redmond.gov/PlaySafe.
Redmond Senior Programs such as Thursday lunches, Foot Care, Health Insurance Advisors and blood pressure checks are all cancelled at this time.
Local agencies and programs that provide senior services:
Additional information for seniors is available on the Senior Resources Page.
For more information, please visit www.redmond.gov/PlaySafe.
Guest Services and Recreation staff are working remotely and are available to answer questions Monday- Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Please contact us by email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 425-556-2300.
More information is available at redmond.gov/PlaySafe.
With posted signage and park ambassadors in our parks, we have been able to keep our parks and trails open for public use during the COVID-19 pandemic. Unfortunately, sports fields and other amenities have been difficult to ensure physical distancing and minimize the transmission risk. Even as the City has closed these spaces, large groups of people have accessed and utilized these amenities without following the guidelines of the Governor’s Office, King County Public Health or the CDC. The City does not have the ability to monitor the use of sports fields during rental activities to ensure that requirements are met. The health and safety of the community and minimizing the risk of transition is our top priority. Rental requests are being accepted for Phase 3. All requests must include a safety plan demonstrating adherence to the Governor’s guidelines.
Please contact us for field availability during Phase 3.
In accordance with the Governor’s Safe Start plan for Washington, practices can resume in Modified Phase 1 if players are limited to groups of five in separate parts, and practice can follow physical distancing of a minimum of 6 feet between players with no contact. Unfortunately, the City has encountered teams practicing on closed fields during the Governor’s Stay Home, Stay Healthy order and Phase 1 without adhering to physical distancing or restricting the number of people gathering. The City does not have the ability to monitor the use of sports fields during rental activities to ensure that requirements are met. The health and safety of the community and minimizing the risk of transmission is our top priority.
No, all of our parks are free!