Monday/Wednesday/Friday 12-8 p.m.
Tuesday & Thursday 9 a.m - 5 p.m.
Saturday & Sunday Closed
- Basketball Court
- Meeting Rooms
- Indoor Toddler Playtime
- Game Room
- After School Programs
- Special Populations Programs
- Drop in Programs
- Lifelong Recreation
Miller Community Center is located on 19th Ave. E on Capitol Hill providing an entryway onto Miller Playfield and the adjacent Meany Middle School. A prominent staircase outside the entrance of the building connects the street with the center, fountain/water feature, play area, multi-use playfield and the school.
Built in 1998, the two-story community center is set into a hill with the main entrance on the second floor, welcoming visitors with an attractive well-lit foyer. The second floor has a small seating area, a teen room, small meeting room and offices. The first floor is accessible by a staircase and an elevator and features a multipurpose room with a large commercial-grade kitchen, tot play room, offices and a full-size gym. Miller Community Center was originally housed in the Meany Middle School Annex. Miller also has some attractive artwork including a striking bench depicting three African women.
The center is home to programs, activities and events for all ages and a wide diversity of participants. Programs include programs for Korean seniors, wheelchair basketball and robust volleyball programs and other sports.
We have shower and restroom facilities available for Seattle Public School students and residents in need. Please see http://www.seattle.gov/homelessness for more information, times, and locations.