The front doors of the Meadowbrook Community Center Building

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Lake City Community Center
This community center is closed due to fire damage, and redevelopment plans are underway. Lake City Community Center is located in the heart of Lake City's commercial core, the community center forms a hub with the Lake City Library branch and Albert Davis Park.
Laurelhurst Community Center
Closed until Fall 2024 for an ADA Renovation Project. Located at the top of a steep hill in the midst of the Laurelhurst residential neighborhood, offering great views of Lake Washington and in close proximity to Children's Hospital, University Village, Magnuson Park and the University of Washington.
Magnuson Community Center
Magnuson Community Center is notable for its unique location inside Magnuson Park, a former U.S. naval air station that is now Seattle's second largest park at 350 acres. The park has more than 10 ballfields, nearly 40 acres of wetlands, a large play area, dog off-leash area, a swimming beach and boat launch on Lake Washington, historic district, and trails and roads connecting everything. To the south of the community center is Solid Ground Housing which serves more than 250 formerly homeless residents in permanent and transitional housing.
Meadowbrook Community Center
Meadowbrook Community Center is an oasis for recreation, serving a very diverse section of northeast Seattle, just south of the Lake City neighborhood. Meadowbrook Community Center and the adjacent Meadowbrook Pool are neighbors with Nathan Hale High School and Jane Addams Middle School.
Northgate Community Center
Located across from Northgate Mall in one of Seattle's densest retail areas, Northgate Community Center provides a welcome respite from the noise and commotion of the surrounding neighborhood. The center shares a parking lot with the Northgate Library, which is located just to the north.
Ravenna-Eckstein Community Center
Though small in size, Ravenna-Eckstein Community Center is as busy and well attended as any center in the city. Ravenna-Eckstein is located north of the University District, and east of Green Lake, half a block from NE 65th St., where there are several restaurants, fitness studios, Third Place Book Store and the Ida Culver retirement home.

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