Multiple people leaning over railing at Pier 62. One figure is carrying a fishing rod. The sun is setting over the horizon in the background.

Photo from Beats on the Pier 2023 by Jo Cosme.

Reconnect with nature and each other at Waterfront Park

Green spaces, bike lanes, and pedestrian‑focused infrastructure are coming to Alaskan Way's new 20‑acre public park.

4 Black models wearing different outfits and an assortment of jewelry and gold accessories. They are outdoors at Pier 62. In the background, there is a cruise ship and the blue summer sky.

Photo of LABELS Fashion Show models at Hip Hop 50 on Pier 62. Taken by Berhanu Wells.

Reconnect with nature and each other at Waterfront Park

Celebrate Black History on the Waterfront by listening to audio stories and oral histories collected in partnership with Wa Na Wari's Seattle Black Spatial Histories Institute (SBSHI).

Photo by Land Morphology, courtesy of the City of Seattle

Reconnect with nature and each other at Waterfront Park

Green spaces, bike lanes, and pedestrian‑focused infrastructure are coming to Alaskan Way's new 20‑acre public park.

A rendering of part of the future Waterfront Park including Overlook Walk. Image by Field Operations courtesy of the City of Seattle.

Reconnect with nature and each other at Waterfront Park

Green spaces, bike lanes, and pedestrian‑focused infrastructure are coming to Alaskan Way's new 20‑acre public park.

Fashion show during Hip Hop 50th Anniversary at Pier 62. Photo by Bernahu Wells.

Fashion show during Hip Hop 50th Anniversary at Pier 62. Photo by Bernahu Wells.

Black History Month

Black History is not to be celebrated just this month, but every day, and is an integral part of our shared history. This year’s Black History Month theme celebrates Black art and artists. Follow the link below to learn about events across the city that embrace and celebrate Black culture through the arts.

 

Buster Simpson's SeaBearer sculpture found outside Pioneer Square Habitat Beach. Photo by Jason Merges.

A visitor relaxing on the shore of Pioneer Square Habitat Beach. Photo by Jason Merges.

A staff member tends to the fire pit at Pier 62. Photo by Raven's Tale Studio.

View the sunset from Pier 62. Photo by Robert Wade.

Visit Waterfront Park

Habitat Beach and Pier 62 are open daily, from 6am – 10pm.

Explore our transforming Waterfront, support local businesses, and take in the natural beauty of the Puget Sound!

Visitors at Pier 62 enjoy a cloudless summer day at Pier 62 as they sit and watch a performance by Cuban Son group, SuperSones.

Supersones performance at Spotlight on the Waterfront 2023. Photo by Jo Cosme.

Launching our Open Call for 2024 Programs!

Friends is launching a pilot open call process to create a more accessible, equitable pipeline for prospective partners, performing artists, and recreation class instructors to bring their talents, music, and rich cultural heritage to Waterfront Park and its diverse audience.

Check out the link below to learn more about what we’re looking for, submit an application, or register for a virtual information session!

If you need technical assistance, have any accommodation requests or additional questions, you may reach out to [email protected]. Please include your name and phone number if you would like us to call you. We will get back to you in 4 business days.

CPC Welcome Party 2023. Photo by Sunny Martini.

Attendees at a Waterfront Block Party 2023 event hosted at the Olympic Sculpture Park. Photo by Jo Cosme.

Now Accepting Applications for our 2024 Community Partnership Committees!

Join one of our three community partnership committees this year and help us shape the future of Waterfront Park. Since 2022, the Pulling Together Committee and Community Connections Committees have helped inform our work and provided key recommendations to help us meet our racial and equity goals. This year, we are launching a brand new Accessibility Advisory Committee which will be critical to helping us create a space that is inclusive, accessible, and centers disability justice

Visit the link below to read more about our committees and why you should consider applying for a spot.

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