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For more information about upcoming sponsorship opportunities, please contact Parks & Recreation at email@example.com.
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Yes, with limited access, but all dogs must be on a leash and picking up after your dog is expected. Read Bothell’s Parks and Leash Laws.LIMITED ACCESS INFORMATION: Bothell Municipal Code 8.60.240 Pets in Park Facilities: A. Dogs, pets or domestic animals are not permitted on any designated swimming beach, sports fields, picnic or play areas in any Bothell park or in any building unless specifically permitted by posting: provided, that this section shall not apply to the use of a trained animal by a disabled person.
The parks and recreation staff will pick-up any lost items and bring them to the parks maintenance area. If you have lost something, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Call 425-806-6760 or email email@example.com.
Email Parks and Recreation no later than December 31st for consideration for the next year's summer concert series.
If your zip code is 98011, you are a City resident. If your zip code is 98012 or 98021, you may or may not be a City resident. To know for certain, enter your address into COBMap.
Call Parks & Recreation at 425-806-6760 to check the availability of our Blyth Park, Cedar Grove Park, and Centennial Park picnic shelters. You can also submit a Picnic Shelter Reservation Form.
Thorndike Community Room holds up to 35 people and is free to use if you reside within Bothell City limits. Verify your address using COBMap and submit your request on the McMenamins Reservation page.
Picnic shelters are available by reservation only at Blyth Park, Cedar Grove Park, and Centennial Park. Please see our Picnic Shelter Reservation Page for more information.