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Why you should join

A regionally diverse and active membership increases the bargaining power of the Seattle Metro Pickleball Association when advocating for more and better places to play pickleball, both indoors and outdoor, across the metro area.

To date, SMPA has been instrumental in getting the Seattle Parks and Recreation Department to expand its pickleball pilot project from creating two pickleball courts by lining two underused tennis courts to creating twenty-four pickleball courts by lining tennis courts in seven different locations.


The Seattle Metro Pickleball Association (SMPA) formed to promote pickleball in the greater Seattle metropolitan area.


We advocate for the sport of pickleball in dealing with local Parks departments and civic organizations, and facilitate access and opportunity to play for persons of all ages and abilities.


We differ from most other local pickleball organizations in that we don’t have ownership of playing venues.

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Become a member and support our mission!

Membership Renewal

SMPA Membership renewal notifications typically come as an email two weeks before your membership expires, and then as a follow-up seven days before your membership renewal date.

You can review your current membership status online. Log in to MemberPlanet (our membership management software) with your saved password. If you don’t remember your password, just click on Forgot your password? on the log in page.

When you first became a member, you may have opted for auto-renewal, which of course we love. If so, you have likely seen an automatic $20 charge to your credit card that will continue unless you take action before your renewal date. Should you decide to end auto-renewal, you’ll change that on your membership information.

We are grateful for your commitment to the Seattle Metro Pickleball Association as we continue to work to grow pickleball in the metro area.

We Exist To


Improve and increase pickleball facilities in the greater Seattle metro area


Advocate for the sport of pickleball and be the unified voice for pickleball players when we approach parks and recreation departments


Facilitate access and opportunity to play for persons of all ages and abilities in a welcoming, inclusive, and healthy environment