COVID-19 Play Lynnwood Updates

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Recreate Responsibly

The City’s priority is protecting the health and safety of our visitors. Always follow Public Health guidelines when visiting Lynnwood Parks.
  • Visit a Park – Stay 6 feet apart
  • Bring your own water – drinking fountains remain off until further notice
  • Avoid gathering in groups
  • Wash your hands often and carry hand sanitizer
  • Stay home if sick
  • Stop and knock – restrooms are limited to one user or family at a time
  • Playgrounds and play equipment remain closed until further notice

#RecreateResponsibly

In response to Washington Gov. Jay Inslee’s “Stay Home, Stay Healthy” executive order, the City of Lynnwood has taken the following actions:
The Senior Center remains closed until further notice. We anticipate reopening during phase 3.
THE recreation CENTER REMAINS CLOSED with the exception of registered use of the lap pool and wellness pool beginning June 17. Visit playlynnwood.com for details.
  • When indoor facilities reopen (Phase 3), there will be no drop-in activity. All participants will be required to register for access to classes, pools, and gyms.
  • Room and Pool rentals are not currently available. We anticipate accepting new reservations for groups less than 50 people to begin in Phase 4.
Parks, trails, and open space remain OPEN.
  • Park restrooms remain open limited to single use.
  • Tennis courts remain open for same household players.
  • Playgrounds, sport courts and picnic shelters are CLOSED.
  • Lynndale Dog Park and Skate Park are CLOSED.
  • Spray Parks will remain CLOSED until Phase 4.
Facility and Park Rentals
  • All private shelter rentals are canceled until Phase 3; picnic shelters are anticipated to reopen during Phase 3 and will be available by reservation limited to groups fewer than 50 people through the remainder of 2020.
  • Limited athletic field rentals are available. It is anticipated that athletic leagues may resume during Phase 3. Staff will be coordinating with user groups for bookings after June 22. Contact Travis Hutchins at thutchins@LynnwoodWA.gov or 425-670-5517 for more information. 
  • The City will not be accepting facility rental or tournament applications for future reservations until there is more certainty about the timeline and guidelines for athletic field operations to resume.
  • Room and Pool rentals are not currently available. We anticipate accepting new reservations for groups fewer than 50 people to begin in Phase 4.
For City of Lynnwood Covid-19 updates on events, meetings, and City buildings, visit:  COVID-19 City Updates