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Here’s How To Support Additional Funding of Green Lake Community Center

Susan Helf, one of the founders of the group Save Evans Pool & Green Lake Community Center, is urging residents to attend three upcoming City Council meetings where funding the Green Lake Community Center and Evans Pool will be discussed. Here’s more from Susan: Councilmember Mike O’Brien has invited us to attend three upcoming Seattle City Council […]

Here’s How Candidates Feel About The Future Of Green Lake Community Center

The local activist group Save Evans Pool and Green Lake Community Center has been busily reaching out to mayoral and city council candidates for their position on the proposed public/private partnership for Evans Pool and Green Lake Community Center. They shared their outreach results with us. Several candidates have not yet responded and the group encourages Greenlakers […]

Petition Started For Green Lake Community Center And 7 Other Community Centers

Susan Helf, one of the organizers of the group ‘Save Evans Pool and Green Lake Community Center’ sent us two updates on the status of the Green Lake Community Center. The first is that the major repairs that many community members have been fighting to get done may start this Fall. According to Helf those […]

The Latest On The Green Lake Community Center

In case you missed it, the Green Lake Community Center future is up in the air. The short story is the Community Center is the oldest in the Seattle Parks Department and the Department says it needs to be totally re-done. The price tag is $25 million. Remember that voter-aproved Parks District that passed a […]

Those Drop In Fees at The Community Centers are (Mostly!) a Thing of the Past

Do you use the community centers for drop in activities? Good news, thanks to funding from the Seattle Park District most drop-in activities at the community centers are free. That includes: Tot Gyms and Tot Rooms Fitness Rooms Basketball, Pickleball, Dodgeball, Volleyball Pool Tables Table games like Bridge or Mahjong And most other activities that […]

The Future of the Green Lake Community Center Still Uncertain

Earlier this week the Green Lake Advisory Council hosted a meeting to discuss the future of the Green Lake Community Center. In case you missed it, last year the Seattle Parks Department announced that it will be investigating an operating partnership for a new Green Lake Community Center because of a capital shortfall. What does […]

Weigh in on the Future of the Green Lake Community Center

This just in on the Green Lake Community Center: a public hearing has been scheduled to discuss the Community Center Strategic Plan. And a quick background in case you missed it… we recently discovered that the the Seattle Parks Department is seeking input on a potential operating partnership for a new Green Lake Community Center because of a capital shortfall. […]

More Answers About the New Proposed Green Lake Community Center

In case you missed it, we recently discovered that the the Seattle Parks Department is seeking input on a potential operating partnership for a new Green Lake Community Center because of a capital shortfall. We posed several questions to the Parks Department about how and why it was determined that a new Green Lake Community Center was needed. […]

Could the Green Lake Community Center Become a YMCA or Something Else?

Remember last week when we mentioned that you should attend the Parks Department meeting for future decisions of Green Lake’s Community Center? Well we just learned that there is more to the story. After fielding several emails from concerned Greenlakers and the Green Lake Chamber of Commerce (thank you!) we found out that the meeting […]

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