The Performing Arts and Events Center in Federal Way will remain closed through April 27. Olivia Sullivan/staff photo

The Performing Arts and Events Center in Federal Way will remain closed through April 27. Olivia Sullivan/staff photo

Closures of city-owned facilities extended

The Federal Way Community Center, Dumas Bay Centre and PAEC to remain closed through April 27.

In order to adhere to the social distancing guidelines and the “Stay Home, Stay Healthy” order put in place by Gov. Jay Inslee to slow the spread of COVID-19, the city of Federal Way is extending the closure of several facilities.

The Federal Way Community Center, Dumas Bay Centre and the Performing Arts and Event Center will remain closed through April 27.

Shows and gatherings at the PAEC through the end of April are canceled or are in the midst of being rescheduled.

The box office is currently closed to all in-person transactions and will remain closed until further notice.

City of Federal Way Parks remain open during this time. However, Parks officials are asking visitors to respect social distancing while using the grounds.

Picnic shelters, playgrounds, athletic fields and sports courts at all City parks are closed during this time.


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