Action Alert: Shape the future of the Bellevue Parks System

Do you dream of Bellevue having many sets of 6 or 12 dedicated outdoor pickleball courts in its parks system? During a virtual Neighborhood Leadership Gathering on Thursday, Oct. 7 from 6:30 to 8:00pm, Bellevue Parks and Community Services staff will share the scope of the department’s many assets and services and the purpose ofContinue reading “Action Alert: Shape the future of the Bellevue Parks System”

Tell Kirkland Parks: “More Pickleball Please”

The Kirkland Parks Department will be visiting Kirkland Parks to collect your parks and recreation stories in July and August. Look for a large blue human-sized butterfly. Tell it you would like to see more outdoor and indoor pickleball facilities in Kirkland. Here is where you can find it next: July 29 – 2 PMContinue reading “Tell Kirkland Parks: “More Pickleball Please””

Help the Lynwood Parks Department Update Their 10-Year Plan

The City of Lynnwood updates its Parks, Arts, Recreation and Conservation Plan once every six years to ensure that programs, services, and recreation facilities are meeting the needs of community member. They would like to know what you think. So, if you live, work or play in Lynnwood, take their Community Recreation Needs Survey andContinue reading “Help the Lynwood Parks Department Update Their 10-Year Plan”

Time to Ask Kirkland Parks for More Pickleball

What is going on Kirkland Parks Department has started work on its next comprehensive “Park, Recreation, and Open Spaces Plan“.  This 6-year plan will provide a vision for the continuation of high-quality recreation opportunities to benefit the residents of and visitors to Kirkland. We need to make sure the Parks Department knows that pickleball playersContinue reading “Time to Ask Kirkland Parks for More Pickleball”