Current Phase: PHASE 2
What's Open: parks, picnic shelters, trails, tennis courts, pickleball courts, beachfront parks, dog parks, docks and piers (except for Houghton Beach & David E. Brink Park piers), Marina Park moorage, boat launches, restrooms and the cemetery. Find out what is planned to open in which phase by viewing the "Play It Safe" Plan PDF.
Washington State reopening guidelines must be followed at all times.
- Social gatherings are limited to 5 or less people in Phase 2.
- Social distance of 6 feet is required if not in the same household.
- Face covering must be worn at all times.
- Closed until further notice
- Piers at Houghton Beach Park and David E. Brink Park
- Parking lot at Houghton Beach Park
- Waterfront parks will close at 9 pm
- Kirkland's Community Open Small Group Activity at Lee Johnson Outfield
- Daily starting Monday, July 27, 2020 from 6 pm - 11 pm.
- Bring your lawn games (bocce ball, croquet, etc.), chairs, blankets and picnics while enjoying a summer evening safely outdoors under the bright lights of our grass outfield.
- Washington State reopening guidelines must be followed at all times (see information above).
- Senior hours offered at Juanita Bay Park, 132nd Square Park, Everest Park, Edith Moulton Park and Spinney Homestead Park
- Please allow seniors and those in high risk categories priority use of Juanita Bay Park, 132nd Square Park, Everest Park, Edith Moulton Park, and Spinney Homestead Park on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 8 am-10 am.
- This request is in effect from July 20 to Labor Day.
- This priority use may allow those particularly susceptible to the effects of COVID-19 the ability to participate in important outdoor activity during this challenging time.
- Your consideration is greatly appreciated.