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Seattle Parks and Recreation Annual Report

 

Seattle Parks and Recreation means many things to many people. Spanning over 6,000 acres, Seattle Parks and Recreation provides vital open space to a growing city. Within these wonderful natural areas are a wide range of facilities including community centers, pools, athletic fields, gyms, museums, and an aquarium. Throughout the system, an array of programs is offered to children, teens, adults, seniors and people with disabilities. All of this is accomplished by our diverse staff, partner organizations and volunteers. Our 2007 annual report weaves together the many aspects of Seattle Parks and Recreation to tell the full story.

2007 Annual Report

Mayor Greg NickelsMayor's Message
Mayor Nickels describes how Seattle's parks, facilities and open spaces play a vital role in the life of our city

Superintendent Timothy GallagherSuperintendent's Message
New Parks Superintendent Tim Gallagher outlines his vision for Seattle Parks and Recreation


Gap Analysis MapStrategic Action Plan
Learn about the Strategic Action Plan that will guide our actions for the next five years

O2 Teen Program River Rafting ExpeditionRecreation
2007 was a big year for summer camp, after-school programs, sports teams, outdoor adventures and more

Brighton ParkPro Parks Levy
Updates on land acquisition, park improvement projects, environmental stewardship, enhanced maintenance, recreation and zoo programs funded by the Levy

Van Asselt Community CenterCommunity Centers Levy
Updates on the nine community center projects funded by the Levy

Seattle AquariumSeattle Aquarium
The recently renovated aquarium offers a variety of new exhibits

Volunteer Work PartyParks' Partners
Learn about the vital role played by the Associated Recreation Council, Board of Park Commissioners, Seattle Parks Foundation and volunteers

Parks & Recreation Quick CardCustomer Service
Hear about how we've streamlined service with a new online registration system and Quick Cards for frequent pool users

Climate Action Now LogoClimate Action Now
Hear about our efforts in 2007 to reduce our carbon footprint

Dancing Til DuskCenter City Parks
Parks activates downtown parks with new programming

Magnuson Park Project MapMagnuson Park
In 2007 we moved closer to realizing the vision of Magnuson as a great urban park


Current Report

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Previous Reports

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Updated March 28, 2008

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