Federal Way offers warming shelter due to inclement weather conditions

The Federal Way Community Center is available as a respite from extremely cold temperatures.

The city of Federal Way is offering citizens a place to find relief from extremely cold weather. The Federal Way Community Center, located at 876 S. 333rd St., will be available as a respite from extremely cold temperatures and will remain available as necessary until the low temperature situation has eased.

During the forecasted period of weather, the community center will be open to citizens of all ages who need a warm and dry place to visit. Week-day hours of operation are 5:30 a.m. until 9:30 p.m. Weekend hours of operation are Saturdays 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. and Sundays 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. *Hours may vary due to weather/driving conditions.

Citizens are reminded that special services will not be available for free (such as free use of the swimming pools, workout equipment, showers, etc). Individuals may choose to purchase a day-use pass if interested in using facility amenities: Tots (0-2) – FREE, Children (3-11) – $5, Teens (12-17) – $6, Seniors (62+) – $6, Adults (18-61) – $8. Common areas; including the lobby, game room, Forest Lounge, and restrooms will be available at no charge. The Splash Café, located in the main lobby will be open for drink and snack purchases. No pets are allowed, except for service animals.

For facility questions, please contact the Federal Way Community Center at 253-835-6900.

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