The Federal Way Community Center provides a welcoming place for individuals to gather, socialize and strengthen bodies and minds. Set at the southern end of Celebration Park, the 72,000-square foot facility opened in 2007. It is operated by the City of Federal Way as part of the Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services Department.
The Community Center has two wings. The passholder wing provides affordable access to a full range of fitness and recreational amenities for all ages and abilities. The community wing is open free of charge to all visitors, and features game rooms, senior lounge and cafe.
In celebration of the community spirit, the Community Center is home to regionally inspired public art projects. Outside the entrance, a pebble mosaic, forming a raindrop pattern, leads to a water feature with boulders and plants. Visible from inside and out is Laura Sindell Signage's "Time/Motion," a photographic study of human locomotion.
Enjoy light meals, snacks, cold drinks and espresso at the Splash Cafe, located next to the pool area. Cafe tables display historical memorabilia, and an artist-designed fireplace is a popular gathering spot.