Federal Way Community Center to reopen Jan. 18

Under Governor Inslee’s reopening guidelines, facility to open for business at 6 a.m. Monday, Jan. 18.

The Federal Way Community Center will be closed beginning Thursday through March 31. Photo courtesy of the city of Federal Way

The Federal Way Community Center will reopen Monday, Jan. 18, the city announced Friday.

The facility entered a four-week closure on Nov. 17, which was then extended into 2021 due to Governor Jay Inslee’s guidelines. Inslee recently announced Healthy Washington — Roadmap to Recovery reopening guidelines, which permits indoor workout facilities among other establishments in a phased approach beginning Monday, Jan. 11.

The Federal Way Community Center to open for business at 6 a.m. Monday, Jan. 18.

“People need physical exercise, and our community center plays a pivotal role with great programs for families and seniors.” said Mayor Jim Ferrell. “We have all collectively endured this pandemic together, and just a bit of normalcy will mean so much to our community center members and staff alike.”

Restrictions are still in place for the workout facility, requiring masks and physical distancing. Other restrictions include appointment-based fitness, and training allowing no more than one customer per room or 500 square feet for large facilities, according to the governor’s guidelines.

For information about the Federal Way Community Center reopening and hours of operation, visit itallhappenshere.org. The facility is located at 876 S 333rd Street in Federal Way.


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