The City of West Richland is rich with parks. The citizens of West Richland support 13 developed parks with a variety of amenities. Three of these parks are community parks offering a wide variety of activities from sports to concerts. The ten remaining parks are neighborhood parks offering family friendly play areas. With several parks featuring baseball, soccer, and football, tennis courts, picnic areas, playgrounds, and more you are sure to find the right one. Trails for walking, jogging and cycling are abundant in West Richland.
We have many large groups requesting the use of our Parks during the spring and summer months. We request you make reservations. Reservations are made at the West Richland City Administration Building. Parks are available to West Richland residents at no cost. Non-residents may reserve a City park for a fee.
Reservations are on a first come, first serve basis.
If you have any questions about reservations please contact (509) 967-5902.
Americans with Disabilities (ADA) Parks Transition Plan
The City of West Richland is in the process of evaluating its parks system in light of providing future improvements to enhance accessibility and safety. The final ADA Transition Plan will provide City Council with ADA assessments and recommendations for a 10-year prioritization and schedule for implementation.
The Park Board cordially invites you to attend an Open House scheduled for Monday, September 30, 2013, beginning at 6:30 p.m. The firm of McKay & Sposito is assisting the City with completing an ADA Transition Plan, including a parks inventory and an update on the ADA Assessment and Transition Plan.
Members of the Park Board and the public are invited to provide feedback during the process. Please click here to review the ADA Transition Plan Draft.