Program registration is available online at KirklandParks.net or by phone at 425-587-3300.
An important message from Parks & Community Services
Update (5/26/2020) -
During their May 19 meeting, the Kirkland City Council approved Resolution 5424 implementing strategies for reopening parks facilities and summer programming that respond to community concerns, human service needs, and public health and safety requirements to slow the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus.
Resolution 5424 addresses how park amenities and programming would reopen under Governor’s Inslee’s “Safe Start” approach including, special events, community pools, informal and organized athletics, and outdoor amenities such as trails and swim beaches.
Additional information and resources are available by visiting http://www.kirklandwa.gov/PlayItSafe.
Staff are available by e-mail at eParks@kirklandwa.gov or by phone at (425) 587-3330.
Kirkland Parks & Community Services offers hundreds of fun and recreational programming opportunities for community members of all ages. Some of these activities include athletic programs, special events, and performing arts.
The North Kirkland Community Center provides programming opportunities for individuals of all ages. The Peter Kirk Community Center is the community's hub of activities for individuals age 50+ and also offers programming for all ages. The Peter Kirk Pool is an outdoor public pool that offers swimming instruction and recreational opportunities all summer.
Are you looking for fun activities that are offered through the Kirkland Parks & Community Services department? Please visit our current program brochure that is delivered to all Kirkland residents twice per year (Spring/Summer and Fall/Winter) and includes programs like: adult fitness, adult and youth dance, preschool activities, special interest, youth classes, gymnastics, movement, and more! The recreation brochure also includes information on classes, services, trips, lunch and special events for individuals 50+.
To request a copy of the brochure, please call (425) 587-3300.
If you are interested in teaching a class, please fill out our Recreation Program Proposal form (PDF) and email it to email@example.com.
The safety of program participants is a primary consideration when determining if programs should be canceled due to inclement weather, poor or icy road conditions, poor air quality, or other events which jeopardize participant and employee safety. The City of Kirkland follows the lead of the Lake Washington School District when determining cancellations during the school year. Outside of the school year, City staff will evaluate conditions and make the appropriate decision to cancel or delay programs.
When air quality levels are deemed unhealthy by The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) all outdoor classes and programs will be canceled. The Peter Kirk Pool will be closed, and beaches will not be staffed by lifeguards during periods of poor air quality. Classes and programs will be rescheduled if possible. Refunds will be considered on an individual program basis but not guaranteed.
Inclement Weather Hotline: 425-587-3335