Starting April 4, masks are no longer required at Seattle parks and recreation facilities

On April 4, Seattle Parks and Recreation (SPR) will no longer require masks to be worn at recreation facilities.

You can learn more about Public Health – Seattle King County website about changes and masking recommendations.

Although masks are no longer mandatory after April 4, we encourage you to read the information provided by health officials and make the best decision for you and your family about whether or not to wear a mask in SPR facilities and programs.

We ask that you stay home if you feel sick and keep social distancing. And if you contract COVID-19, we’ll ask you about your vaccination status to determine when it’s safe for you to return to programming.

After April 4, masks will still be required when riding in a Seattle Parks and Recreation vehicle.

We are aware that our mask changes are coming up a few weeks later than county guidelines, but this time allows us to synchronize public masking requirements with City of Seattle staff mask requirements.

We appreciate the overwhelming adherence to all of the COVID-19 safety protocols we have put in place over the past two years, as well as your patience and the support of our team as we navigate each phase of the COVID-19 pandemic.

For questions or concerns regarding the Immunization Verification Policy, please contact Public Health – Seattle King County COVID-19 Call Center, 206-477-3977.

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