An update from WL Parks and Rec
This year marks another exciting time for West Linn Parks & Recreation. The 2018 Go Bond is providing funding for many exciting projects in our future at properties throughout our entire community. Staff have been hard at work building a nature playground at Sunset Park. The Skyline Ridge Park tennis courts will be resurfaced and one tennis court will be converted into two pickle ball courts. In the near future look for a fresh coat of paint on the historic McLean House! These exciting projects will enhance our wonderful community for many years to come.
However, in accordance with the latest public health guidance the City of West Linn has decided to close most City buildings and programming to the public until April 28 (subject to change). Please check our primary coronavirus webpage for updates and ways to connect with the City at westlinnoregon.gov/coronavirus.
At this time of uncertainty the City will be releasing the Summer Activities Guide online, but will not be sending the guide to the printer. Once the appropriate time arrives for facility use and programs to be facilitated in the community, the guide will be printed for community wide distribution. The summer guide will also have a new cover page. Feel free to register for all classes and camps. If for unforeseen circumstances programs are not held, you will receive a full refund of registration fees.
Thank you for your continued support of WL Parks and Recreation. We know we will move through this challenging situation together and the recreation staff is working to ensure that the City will be providing recreation programs and special events again when the situation allows.
Ken Warner, CPRP, Director.
Information on all of the programs offered by West Linn Parks & Recreation can be found at westlinoregon.gov/parksrec. You may register by internet, mail, or drop-off at City Hall, 22500 Salamo Road. Call 503-557-4700 for more information.
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