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2040 84th Avenue SE
Mercer Island, WA 98040
Phone: 206.275.7609
Fax: 206.275.7868
Email: miparks@mercergov.. . .
Hours: 8:30 am - 5:00 pm
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City of Mercer Island / Parks & Recreation

Parks & Recreation

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Parks & Recreation Announcements:
 

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Fall/Winter Programs & Classes:

Registration begins:
Online: August 16
In-person/phone: August 19

 

Click here to see the Digital
Fall/Winter Parks & Recreation Guide.

 


 

 Aubrey Davis Park Master Plan

The City of Mercer Island is currently leading a master planning process for Aubrey Davis Park; a 2.8 mile long facility that stretches from east to west across the island and includes well known Island icons such as the Lid Park, The Greta Hackett Sculpture Gallery, the Mountains to Sound Trail and the Boat Launch.

The purpose of the master plan is to express a long term vision for the park, trail and open spaces. The park was built in 1990 and is facing a number of challenges. You can help shape the future of this treasured community park by participating in online discussions, community surveys and in person open houses. For more information, visit the Aubrey Davis Park Master Plan project page at LetsTalk.mercergov.org/AubreyDavis

 


Play On Mercer with Mercer Island Parks and Recreation!

"The Mercer Island Parks and Recreation Department takes pride in providing the highest quality facilities and services in partnership with the community to enhance livability on Mercer Island."

Comprehensive and diverse services include recreation, athletic, social, art, special event, park and facility operations/maintenance, open space acquisition, urban forestry management and other services.

Services are provided to preschool age children, youth, teen, adult, family and senior populations through partnerships with community agencies, businesses and institutions.

With over 35 parks and open space areas boasting over 400 acres and trails in excess of 50 miles, the Department maintains

 


 

Do you have a suggestion or concern you would like to share with us? If so, please send us an email, miparks@mercergov.org.


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Doo Wop & Daisies - An Event to Honor Aging in our Community!
Thursday, September 12, 2019
Mercer Island Parks & Recreation and the Senior Foundation of Mercer Island are hosting a FREE upcoming event, Doo Wop & Daisies, to honor aging in our community!   Join us on September 12 from 11am Ė 2pm at the Mercer Island Community & Event Center for a free boxe...  Read more... 
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Forest Restoration Event
Saturday, September 21, 2019
Join us to volunteer in the forest today! Mercer Island Parks and Recreation works with professional contractors, non-profit partners Mountains to Sound Greenway and EarthCorps, and community volunteers like you to care for the Cityís forested parks and open spaces. Throughout the year, we remove...  Read more... 
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Aubrey Davis Park Master Plan Open House #3
Monday, September 23, 2019
Join us for the 3rd Open House for the Aubrey Davis Master Plan. This open house will present the draft plan for public discussion, and will provide an opportunity for public input prior to presenting the plan to City Council. MONDAY SEPTEMBER 23RD 6PM - 8PM MERCER ISLAND COMMUNITY & EVENT ...  Read more... 
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