The Fall City Metropolitan Park District was voted in by area residents on February 3, 2009 to represent local interests for park and recreation services. The park district represents a specific geographic area similar to that of a fire, school, or water district. As of February 2009 there were 3,775 registered voters within the Fall City Park District.

Ways to get involved with Fall City Metro Park District
Attend one of our regular monthly meetings of the Park Board (2nd Tuesday of each month)
Join a Park Board Committee
Tell your family and friends about our newly formed Park District!
Enjoy one of the many parks that are in the District:Fall City Community Park
Olive Taylor Quigley Park
Snoqualmie Valley Regional Trail
Preston Snoqualmie Valley Trail


Fall City Metropolitan Park District, PO Box 1180, Fall City, WA 98024