132nd Square Park Athletic Fields
13159 132nd Ave NE
Please call 425.587.3345 to access our Ballfield Rainout Hotline. Rainout information is provided for games only at Lee Johnson, Crestwoods, Everest, 132nd Square and Juanita Beach fields. Leagues are responsible for independently raining out other locations and practices. Rainout information will be updated weekdays by 11:00 a.m. (earlier as necessary on days with games) and by 7:30 a.m. on weekdays. It will only be updated again if necessary.
Field 1 - Little League Field thru ages U10
Field 2 - Little League Field thru ages U10 and select softball
Field 3 - Soccer thru Adult
Grass Outfields / Dirt Infields
Restroom (March 1st - October 31st)
Field by Reservation Only
March 1st - Sept. 30th (use/weather dependent)
Seven Days a Week
8 AM - Dusk
For private parties, picnics or casual use of a field, the Facility Rental Guide and Informal Field Use Application apply. See "Quick Links" Section for additional information.
How to Request a Ball Field
There are two different types of athletic field use – informal and formal. Applications for fields can be accepted at any time throughout the year, although most uses occur from March 1st through September 30th. Please read on for information that will assist with increasing the chances of scheduling a field. How to Request an Athletic Field (PDF - 276k). See "Quick Links" section for policies, application, and fees.
Update (March 15, 2019) -- The City of Kirkland is designing 132nd Square Park to better manage stormwater in the Totem Lake and Juanita Creek basin. At the same time, the City will be reviewing the existing park facilities and planning for park improvements.
Why is this project necessary?
Heavy rains and snowmelt can overwhelm the Totem Lake and Juanita Basin drainage systems, flooding streets, sidewalks and homes. This project ensures that the enhanced stormwater system will capture and detain enough of that water stormwater to reduce the risk of flooding.
The stormwater project will require the contractor to dig up the southern-most ballfield and possibly the ballfield to the north, as well. The stormwater project presents an opportunity to make improvements to the ballfields, such as installing synthetic turf and overhead lighting.
To ensure any improvements align with the city and community’s values and desires for the park, the City will conduct a planning process to develop a Park Master Plan. Public input and feedback is welcome and will be asked for throughout the process as the City develops a plan to address park uses, potential effects, and additional park facilities.
Starting in mid-March, the Public Works Department will be drilling for two core samples to learn more about how the park’s soil and how the water moves through it. This will inform the design of the stormwater facility.
What to expect:
• Geo-technical crews will be drilling for four days: two days to install drilled drains and two days for infiltration testing
• Crews will drill two, 30-foot-deep holes, which they will fill with gravel and cover with grass when they complete the work
• Drilling equipment will include a drill rig, dump truck, an excavator and trucks, as well as trailers to bring materials to and from the park
• Drilling equipment will sound like a truck engine running with occasional hammering