Last month, SMPA met with Seattle Parks’ Superintendent AP Diaz. Curious about what happened? Read on!
Seattle Parks committed to upgrading the Bitter Lake court lights to LED by the end of February 2023.
Seattle Parks is considering moving some community centers\’ current weekday hours to evenings and weekends. This could seriously impact the current indoor drop-in pickleball schedule.
Seattle Parks is organizing 4 listening sessions where you can share your feedback.
Take 2 minutes to support the Miller pickleball players.
On August 11, 2022, Seattle Parks and Recreation (SPR) briefed and updated Seattle\’s Board of Parks and Recreation Commissioners on its \”2021-2022 Outdoor Pickleball Study\”
Watch Seattle Parks present the latest version of its pickleball study this Thursday, August 11, at 7pm.
Linda Lewis started a petition asking that Seattle Parks paint lines for 6 pickleball courts instead of the current 4 on the two Miller tennis courts.
The Rainier Beach, Gilman Playground, and Alki tennis courts will get pickleball court lines.
You answered dozens of surveys from the Seattle Parks Department and some from the Seattle Parks District. You sent emails to Seattle Parks, the Seattle Parks Superintendent, the Seattle Board of Parks and Recreation Commissioners, the Seattle City Council, and Seattle\’s previous and current mayors. You attended in person and online meetings. It is all slowly coming to fruition as Seattle Parks works on a new plan to expand the number of outdoor locations where you can play pickleball throughout the city.