What's Open, What's Closed: Sammamish City Parks in Phase 2

22 June, 2020
  • As you plan your visit, remember to practice social distancing, avoid congregating, use of PPE and frequent hand-washing is recommended, stay home if you are sick, and follow the most current CDC guidelines.
  • Most of Sammamish’s closed park amenities are out in the open and cannot be fully secured or locked. Please honor closure notices as part of the community’s collective response and individual responsibility to keep everyone safe.

The City of Sammamish continues to take measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in accordance with the Governor's orders and to ensure that social distancing measures (maintaining six feet of space between people) will be adhered to. All Sammamish City parks and preserves continue to remain open to pedestrian and bicycle access with the following modifications:

Park amenities for Phase 2 opening:

  • Athletic Fields (City-owned)
  • Courts
  • Dog Park (no water)
  • Beaches – Fishing only
    • Sammamish Landing Park
    • Beaver Lake Park

The associated parking lots for these amenities are open, which include East Sammamish Park, Ebright Creek Park, and Beaver Lake Park.

  • Trails at all City Parks
  • Evans Creek Preserve
  • Beaver Lake Preserve
  • Lower Sammamish Commons
  • Sammamish Landing Park
  • Parking lots to parks without gates:
  • Klahanie Park
  • NE Sammamish Park
  • Big Rock Park
  • Restrooms/Sani-cans

The following amenities will remain closed until Phase 3:

  • Pine Lake Park Gate and Beach
  • Docks at Sammamish Landing and Pine Lake Park
  • Playgrounds at all Parks
  • Sammamish Commons Skate Park

Group size restrictions in effect: Gatherings of five or fewer people from outside the household are permitted.

Organized athletic games, practices and pickup games are not permitted.

Use of PPE and frequent hand-washing is recommended.

As you plan your visit, remember to practice social distancing, avoid group gatherings, keep it moving to help prevent crowding, stay home if you are sick, and follow the most current CDC guidelines.

Categories: parks, phase 2, safe start
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