The Parks and Recreation Department seeks to preserve and enhance the quality of life that our residents enjoy by providing quality recreational facilities and opportunities regardless of age, race, sex, wealth and ability.
The Parks and Recreation Department is responsible for the following:
The Anacortes Arts Commission is pleased to announce the third annual outdoor sculpture exhibition to be held in the park-like setting of the madrona grove and surrounding area of the Depot Arts Center (611 R Avenue) in down town Anacortes, WA Read on...
The A Town is our Town brochure includes Anacortes Briefings, Recreation Programs and Community Programs. Sign ups for Parks and Recreation classes will start on Monday, August 20, 2018 - online at anacorteswa.gov A Town Fall 2018
Anacortes is the focus of a Comcast “Neighborhoods” video that features Mayor Laurie Gere, Park Director Gary Robinson, Museum Education Coordinator Bret Lunsford and local Store owner Frank Michaud. A special thank you to Sabrina Register for highlighting the beauty and diverse options of the area.