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Redmond Centennial Park spray feature set to close for season


The changing of the summer season is marked by kids heading back to school, night time temperatures nearing freezing and the closure of the Centennial Park spray feature in Redmond.

The City of Redmond announces the closure of Centennial Park spray feature for next week. The last day to enjoy the summer splashing is Labor Day, Monday, September 8 th . Public Works operates the spray park each year starting the Friday before Memorial Day through Labor Day.

“It’s a highlight of summer to see everyone enjoying the splash park,” says Annie McVay, Parks Division Manager, “It’s a great asset to residents, and we often see families and even buses of children from around the region visiting the park.”

This year, the city partnered with the Redmond Area Parks and Recreation District to operate the concession stand that offers refreshments, ice cream treats and other supplies.

As the spray park closes, the city and RAPRD will begin planning their partnership of providing the ice rink during the winter months. The ice rink is slated to open November 20 th , weather permitting.

In addition to the close of the spray park, the Parks Division will begin preparing many park facilities for the winter season in the next two months. This includes conducting needed repairs, winterizing irrigation systems along with restrooms closures. Weather permitting, park restrooms will remain open until early November.

If you have any questions about park amenities, contact Annie McVay at, 541.504.2003

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