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    Current Virtual Activities

    Recreation and Neighborhoods have planned virtual and home-based programs. For more information, see the city calendar or visit the virtual programming page.

    Facility Status

    Information on city facilities is constantly being updated. For the most current status of city facilities, please see the Mayor's COVID-19 Updates or the COVID-19 resources page.



    • All parks. Except Meadow Crest Playground.

    • All trails, except one section of the Cedar River Trail.

    • Boat launch at Gene Coulon Memorial Beach Park. Purchase an annual launch permit. Day permits can be purchased at the launch.

    • Park restrooms, except at Jones Park and Meadow Crest Playground, open during park hours.

    • Playgrounds to begin opening week of June 28.

    • Skate park at Liberty Park will open Thursday, July 2.

    • Sports courts: Tennis and pickleball courts are open (June 9); basketball and volleyball courts are open (June 26)

    • Swim beaches at Gene Coulon Park and Kennydale Beach Park. WARNING - No lifeguards will be on duty! Swim at your own risk - children should be accompanied by an adult at all times; adults should not swim alone.

    • Maplewood Golf Course, pro shop and driving range starting May 5.

    • River Rock Grill (limited capacity)  

    • In both parks and on trails, you are asked to follow recommended social distancing, do not gather in groups and follow proper handwashing procedures.

    • Virtual and neighborhood-based programming is underway.

    • Limited, outdoor-based summer programming is available for registration.



    • All building rentals and community events are canceled through August 31.

    • Henry Moses Aquatic Center all summer

    • Park amenities such as picnic shelters and sports fields within city parks.

    • Sports fields are available for rentals and use for groups of 5 or less, per phase 2 guidelines.

    • Park restrooms at Jones Park and Meadow Crest Playground.

    • Picnic shelters will remain closed through 2020

    Salmon Run 2020 graphic

    Visit the Cedar River now for a chance to see spawning salmon!

    A ‘Salmon of the Pacific' brochure is part of the TRACK Trail at at Cedar River Trail Park or visit Seattle Aquarium to find out where you can see salmon, request a free pair of glasses to help spot them, download free, family-friendly activities to make the most of a visit to the Cedar River and to join them for a 3-part webinar series on Cedar River salmon.

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