We are happy to announce that the Fitness Room and Track at the Issaquah Community Center will reopen on Oct. 26 at 8 a.m. on a reservation basis.
These areas will be available by reservation only with a total of 5 people in the work out area and 1 person on the track allowed per each 1-hour block.
At this time locker rooms will remain closed however, the lobby bathrooms are open and will be disinfected regularly. The fitness room and track will be disinfected between each 1-hour block.
How to make a reservation:
- You may reserve a spot online then pay with cash, Visa or Mastercard or use your active pass at the front desk upon arrival.
- 1-hour reservation blocks will be available from 8 a.m. – 5 p.m., Monday – Friday.
- If you do not have an account with Parks and Community Services, you can create one online.
Upon reservation, you are agreeing to the following conditions while in the Community Center:
- You must wear a face covering while in the facility, including while exercising.
- You must always maintain six feet of distance between yourself and others.
- You must wash your hands or use hand sanitizer when you enter the building.
- You must spray and wipe down fitness equipment after personal use.
- You must bring your own towel to the facility. Towel service is no longer provided.
- Please bring your own water bottle and use the lobby’s refilling station instead of drinking from the water fountain.
You may not enter the Community Center if you:
- Have been diagnosed with COVID-19 (have not recovered or are still within the required 14-day quarantine).
- Have had a fever within the past 3 days (72 hours) without the use of fever-reducing medications.
- Have had respiratory symptoms (e.g., cough, shortness of breath) within the past 3 days (72 hours).
- Started having symptoms within the past 10 days and have had contact with a person that has or is suspected to have COVID-19 (within the last 14 days).
We are excited to offer you this option to recreate at the Community Center as we approach the colder and wetter time of the year. Your health and the health of the Issaquah community remains a top priority for us. We will continue to follow the guidance of our public health partners at King County and the State.