Welcome to Seattle Parks and Recreation LGBTQ resource page!
Seattle Parks has many services and activities of interest to the many diverse people which live, work and play in Seattle, including opportunities of interest to LGBTQ community. Click on the links below to find out more.
LGBTQ Seniors in 2017
In partnership with Generations Aging with Pride, Seattle Parks and Recreation is hosting three “Silver Rainbow Resource Fairs” for LGBTQ seniors and their friends and allies in the spring of 2017:
Wednesday, April 19, 2017
Saturday, April 29, 2017
Wednesday, May 10, 2017
All fairs are 10 am - 3 pm, and all locations have on-street parking and are served by Metro bus routes.
The resource fairs are FREE to attend, and will have light refreshments.
Click to download a flyer to share.
- Find groups and fun social activities.
- Find help with utility bills and housing.
- Learn about fitness programs and healthy eating.
- Find help with changing military discharge status.
- Find help with changing gender markers on IDs.
- And much more!
Find out about Lifelong Recreation programs for those 50+ by visiting www.seattle.gov/parks/find/lifelong-recreation-(50) or calling (206) 684-4951.
Find out about the programs and activities for LGBTQ seniors that Seattle Parks and Generations with Pride are collaborating to offer, click here or call Carol at 206-684-4240.
Weddings and Ceremonies
Find out more about our many scenic and intimate indoor and outdoor venues by visiting the Weddings and Ceremonies web page or by calling (206) 684-4081.
Seattle Parks and Recreation is dedicated to providing safe and welcoming spaces for all teens including LGBTQ teens.
Job Fair for LGBTQ Teens and Youth on April 1, 2017
Seattle Parks and Recreation is hosting a Job Fair for LGBTQ Teen and Youth and their friends and allies on:
Saturday, April 1, 2017
1 – 3 p.m.
Miller Community Center
330 19th Ave E, Seattle 98125
Served by Metro routes 41, 67, 75, 347, and 348.
View the facebook event or download the flyer.
Youth of all ages are welcome to attend and there will be many employment opportunities for high school-age youth (14-19) and young adults (19-24). Attendees should come prepared to spend some time visiting the various booths, which will have representatives from private employers as well as City of Seattle youth-employment and stipend programs.
The Youth Job Fair for LGBTQ and Allies is a collaborative effort led by the Youth Employment and Service Learning Unit of Seattle Parks and Recreation. To participate in the fair or for more information contact Randy Wiger at Randy.Wiger@seattle.gov or 206-684-0775.
Discover our many parks, facilities, programs, activities and fun things to do by visiting the Seattle Parks and Recreation home page or calling our main desk at (206) 684-4075, Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Find out more about SeQual: the City of Seattle LGBTQ Employees for Equality Association by visiting the SEqualSeattle Facebook page.