Playgrounds, sports courts and picnic shelters closed
With heavy use and crowding in parks, the city has closed playgrounds, sports courts and picnic shelters until further notice. This follows social distancing recommendations from Public Health — Seattle & King County. The closure includes basketball courts, picnic shelters and other active recreation areas where people may be in close contact. Bellevue Parks facilities are also closed, and programs are cancelled until further notice.
Now open - Parks, trails and beaches remain open for walking and activities that do not require close proximity and allow for the recommended social distancing that allows six feet between people. The Bellevue Golf Course, Crossroads Par 3 Golf Course, outdoor tennis courts and ballfields are now open, with some social distancing restrictions in place.
For an updated list of city closures and event cancellations related to COVID-19 impacts, please visit BellevueWA.gov/COVID-19.
Outdoor tennis courts operated by Bellevue Parks & Community Services:
- Cherry Crest Mini Park- 2532 127th Avenue NE
- Cherry Crest Park- 12404 NE 32nd Street
- Crossroads Park- 16000 NE 10th Street
- Enatai Park- 10643 SE 25th Street
- Hidden Valley Sports Park - 1901 112th Avenue NE
- Highland Park- 14224 NE Bel-Red Road
- Hillaire Park - 15731 NE 6th Street
- Killarney Glen Park- 12309 SE 23rd Place
- Lakemont Highlands Park - 15800 SE 63rd Street
- Lakemont Park- 5170 Village Park Drive SE
- Norwood Village Park- 12309 SE 23rd Place
- Robinswood Park- 2400 151st Place SE
- Silverleaf Park- 4900 block of 164th Avenue SE
- Spiritridge Park- 16100 SE 33rd Place
- South Bellevue Community Center - 14509 SE Newport Way
- Sunset Park - 2837 139th Avenue SE
- Westwood Highlands Park - 5501 136th Place SE
- Zumdieck Park- 1500 108th Avenue NE