May 22, 2020
#RecreateResponsibly this Memorial Day
Six tips to help you #RecreateResponsibly
Know Before You Go: Check the status of the place you want to visit. If it is closed, don’t go. If it’s crowded, have a plan B.
Plan Ahead: Prepare for facilities to be closed, pack lunch and bring essentials like hand sanitizer and a face covering.
Stay Close to Home: This is not the time to travel long distances to recreate. Most places are only open for day use.
Practice Physical Distancing: Adventure only with your immediate household. Be prepared to cover your nose and mouth and give others space. If you are sick, stay home.
Play It Safe: Slow down and choose lower-risk activities to reduce your risk of injury. Search and rescue operations and health care resources are both strained.
Leave No Trace: Respect public lands and communities and take all your garbage with you.
For more information about protecting yourself, others, and the outdoors visit the Recreate Responsibly website.
May 6, 2020
Y.E.T.I. is committed to providing our community with timely updates during this period of uncertainty and change.
Please find the most recent program impacts due to COVID-19 here:
- All of our programs are canceled through June 22, 2020.
- We are hoping to run summer programs in July and August. Registration information is available on our website and no payment is required until we are 100% sure that we can proceed with programing.
- If you have already paid for a summer program we will provide full refunds for any programs canceled due to COVID-19.
We are carefully tracking the recommendations of public health agencies and the spread of the virus in King County. The health and safety of our community is our top priority as we begin to start up programs. We plan to adhere to all public heath recommendations and policies as we navigate the COVID-19 situation.