COVID-19 Play Lynnwood Updates

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The City’s priority is protecting the health and safety of our visitors. Always follow Public Health guidelines when visiting Lynnwood Parks and Facilities.
  • Visit a Park or Facility – Stay 6 feet apart
  • Wear a face mask if you cannot maintain a 6 foot physical distance
  • 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

#RecreateResponsibly

PARKS, TRAILS, AND OPEN SPACE REMAIN OPEN
  • Park restrooms remain open limited to single use.
  • Picnic Shelters open for groups up to 15 people (2 households per group).
  • Playgrounds and sport courts are OPEN.
  • Lynndale Dog Park and Skate Park are OPEN.
  • Meadowdale Playfields open only for authorized field rentals; no drop-in play allowed.
FACILITY AND PARK RENTALS
  • Limited athletic field rentals are available. Contact Travis Hutchins at thutchins@LynnwoodWA.gov or 425-670-5517 for more information.
  • The City will not be accepting tournament applications for future reservations until there is more certainty about the timeline and guidelines for athletic field operations to resume.
Recreation Center/Senior Center
  • The lap pool, wellness pool, weight room, swim lessons, family swims, and fitness classes, are available at the Recreation Center
  • To register for a session by phone, please call 425-670-5732, or online.  (To go directly to our online registration page, click here.)
  • The Senior Center is closed until further notice.  Please call the Senior Center at 425-670-5050 to hear about their virtual class options
  • Please call the Lynnwood Recreation Center at 425-670-5732 to hear about their virtual class options
  • We are putting on account a prorated refund for all canceled classes
  • Effective March 17, 2020, we put a freeze on all annual pass memberships and membership payments
  • All other passes will be extended by the length of our closure
Procedures for visiting the Recreation Center
  • Pool, Weight Room, Family Swims, Swim lessons, and Fitness Classes are now available
  • You must register in advance for a session
  • Face masks required at all times in the weight room and in our fitness classes
  • Face masks not required when in the pool
  • Each session will have a limited capacity
  • Each session will be 1 hour long, followed by a 15-minute cleaning and sanitizing break before the next session starts
  • Each session will cost $6 for non-residents and $5 for residents or individuals who have memberships
  • Group Fitness classes will cost $8 for non-residents and $7 for residents or individuals who have memberships 

 Upon entry of the building:

  • You will need to sign a waiver to participate if you have not done so at registration online
  • We will perform health screenings of all patrons as they enter the building
  • Patrons are asked to wear a face covering when they are in the facility
  • Face coverings will not be required in the pool, on the pool deck
  • Face coverings will be required at all times in the weight room and exercise classes
  • In the wellness pool we will ask that you practice social distancing to the best of your ability
  • We ask that you limit the use of locker rooms by coming in your bathing suit and leaving in your bathing suit
  • A COVID supervisor will be on site to answer any questions