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We direct-mail guides to Bothell residents four times a year. Call 425-806-6760 to request a hard copy. Check out more information about our programs and events and view a copy of the guide on the Programs page.
Email Parks and Recreation no later than December 31st for consideration for the next year's summer concert series.
Check out our Freedom Festival event page for all the details about participating in or viewing our annual Fourth of July parade.
If your zip code is 98011, you are a City resident. If your zip code is 98012 or 98021, you may or may not be a City resident. To know for certain, enter your address into COBMap.
Just call the Softball Rain Out line at 425-806-6102 to find out if your game is still happening.
You can view our current class catalog and register for courses online at BothellParks.net.
Call Parks & Recreation at 425-806-6760 to check the availability of our Blyth Park, Cedar Grove Park, and Centennial Park picnic shelters. You can also submit a Picnic Shelter Reservation Form.
Thorndike Community Room holds up to 35 people and is free to use if you reside within Bothell City limits. Verify your address using COBMap and submit your request on the McMenamins Reservation page.
For more information about upcoming sponsorship opportunities, please contact Parks & Recreation at 425-806-6760. Or check out our Current Sponsorship Opportunities.
Picnic shelters are available by reservation only at Blyth Park, Cedar Grove Park, and Centennial Park. Please see our Picnic Shelter Reservation Page for more information.
The City of Bothell is on track to acquire the Wayne Golf Course Property from Forterra at the end of 2017. This acquisition has been made possible by a partnership between the City, Forterra and OneBothell to purchase the land and create the Wayne/Sammamish Regional Park. Until further notice, we ask residents and visitors to remember that it is private property and to wait for an announcement by the City and/or signage before entering. We appreciate your patience and cooperation!
Wayne Sammamish Regional Park will have approximately 81 acres preserved as open space for passive recreation and river restoration. The remaining 8 acres will be “activity zones”.
A visioning process for Wayne/Sammamish Regional Park was completed in 2016, which will assist us in developing a Master Plan process. A Master Plan is the approved policy document for a specific parkland in context with its location, natural resources, vision of the community and available funding. This guides construction decisions such as phased projects and potential grant applications.
The Master Plan process will begin in early 2018 and we look forward to your participation on the development of what attractions and amenities for passive recreation should be in the new regional park. It is anticipated that the Master Plan Process will take 18-14 months to complete. To add your name to our email list for notices, please click here.