Parks

The Parks, arbor and recreation board (PARB)  will noW meet Virtually during the Coronavirus / COVID-19 crisis. 


The PARB normally meets on the 3rd Monday of the month 4:00 pm in the Burkett Community Room of the Civic Center, 152 W. Cedar Street*. Everyone is welcome to attend.

*Meeting location subject to change, please verify location via agenda (PDF).

The Parks and Open Space master Plan is under review

The City of Sequim is in the process of updating the Parks and Open Space Master Plan.  For the past year, the City has been gathering input from the community through surveys, focus groups, and an on-line open house to learn more about the needs for park services.  View the Proposed Master Plan.

Parks and Open Space Master Plan Review Schedule:

  • Tuesday, January 4, 2022 – Planning Commission Public Hearing and Recommendation for Adoption
  • Monday, January 10, 2022 – City Council Study Session on Impact Fees
  • Monday, February 14, 2022 – City Council Public Hearing and Potential Adoption

All meetings will be held virtually due to the COVID-19 pandemic.  Please see the website calendar to learn how to join the meetings.



To contact the Parks Department please call (360)683-4908.

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Parks responsibilities are split between the City Manager’s Office and the Public Works Department. The liaison to the PARB is currently a position in transition. The position works directly with the community and organizations on issues relating to parks and recreation. Parks maintenance is the responsibility of the Public Works Department. The departments work  together to provide these services to the community.

The City manages many partnerships with various groups and organizations. Some of the maintenance shared with other nonprofit organizations. 

Total park area, including the Reuse Demonstration Area within Carrie Blake Community Park that is designated for the reuse program only, is about 110 acres.

Off-Leash Dog Park

In 2007, with the help from the tail wagging group known as the Dog Park Pals, the City of Sequim developed an off-leash dog park with almost two acres of fenced-in park space. In this eastern-most area of Carrie Blake Park your dog can run free from restraint and frolic with other dogs of all shapes and sizes.

Reserving a Park Facility

  • For information regarding City facilities that can be reserved, go to Facility Rentals
  • For Pioneer Memorial Park reservations contact the Sequim Prairie Garden Club at (360) 808-3434.