A colorful mural on the side of a building that says We Love Garfield

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Garfield Community Center
Garfield Community Center is located on the Garfield Campus. The Campus offers tennis courts, Medgar Evers Swimming Pool, Garfield Teen Life Center, Garfield High School, baseball fields and landscaped lawn with lots of trees. In front of the main entrance there is a plaza with benches and a kid's play area with climbing equipment and swings next to our community garden
International District/Chinatown Community Center
The International District/Chinatown Community Center is located on the southern edge of Seattle's historic and ethnically diverse Chinatown International District. The center is next door to the International District/Chinatown Branch of the Seattle Public Library, near several prominent social service agencies, restaurants and other retail shops.
Miller Community Center
Built in 1998, the two-story community center is set into a hill with the main entrance on the second floor, welcoming visitors with an attractive well-lit foyer. The second floor has a small seating area, a teen room, small meeting room and offices. The first floor is accessible by a staircase and an elevator and features a multipurpose room with a large commercial-grade kitchen, tot play room, offices and a full-size gym. Miller Community Center was originally housed in the Meany Middle School Annex.
Montlake Community Center
Montlake Community Center is closed for construction until Summer 2024 for the ADA Barrier Removal Project. The Center is centrally located in a quiet neighborhood on Portage Bay south of the University of Washington and State Route 520 and just west of the Washington Park Arboretum.
Yesler Community Center
Yesler Community Center, located in the heat of the Yesler Terrace housing neighborhood, serves people from a multitude of world cultures, including a number of different East African communities. In the near future, potential customers will include residents of new apartments being developed nearby by Vulcan Properties. The community center also draws participants from the First Hill neighborhood to the north, which includes Harborview Hospital, and downtown Seattle, located west and down the hill from the center.

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