Reservations & Permits
Our online guides and links help you decide where you want to hold your
event, and show you how to make reservations.
2015 Concessions Opportunities
Read more about our 2015 permits and process.
Opportunities for seasonal food truck, activities and fitness concessions in various parks
Seattle Parks and Recreation is interested in securing seasonal partners to operate food service, activities and group fitness in various park locations throughout the City of Seattle. Locations vary with sites appropriate for carts, food trucks and other self-contained service businesses. Packets can be downloaded, picked up in person at the address below, or you may request a packet be mailed to you. Small businesses, Women and/or Minority Businesses are encouraged to submit proposals.
Seattle Parks and Recreation has picnic sites in neighborhoods around
the city that can be reserved for special events.
Weddings & Ceremonies
Seattle parks and gardens make pleasant and charming setting for outdoor
Seattle Parks and Recreation has sites and facilities to accommodate
everything from small meetings to major indoor/outdoor events!
Sports Field Reservations
There are 204 Seattle Parks athletic fields that can be scheduled for
various sports/activities throughout the year.
School Meeting Spaces
Community Nights In Schools is a new innovative pilot program to help
neighborhood and community groups easily access schools for meetings
and gatherings during weekday evenings.
Park Use Permits
A permit is required to reserve a playingfield, facility, stage or performing
arts area, or to use a park for a gathering of a large number of people.
Permits for Non-Park Use of Park Property
To use park property for a non-park usesuch as making repairs
or changes to your property, installing or replacing utility lines,
and adding or removing landscapingyou must obtain permission from
the Department of Parks and Recreation.
Business Partners include concessions, sponsorships and other business opportunities.
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January 30, 2015