Survey Seeks Input on WFCC Programs

Yakima Parks and Recreation wants to hear from the community about programs and activities at Washington Fruit Community Center (WFCC), 602 N. 4th St. at Miller Park.

Parks and Recreation staff recently mailed a WFCC newsletter in English and Spanish to residents in the Miller Park area with updates about programs and activities at the center, as well as seeking suggestions for future programs –

A WFCC community survey in English and Spanish seeks community input about programs and activities the public would like to see at the center. It is available at Washington Fruit Community Center – Community Interest Questionnaire | Yakima Parks and Recreation

“We want to give the community an opportunity to tell us their wants and needs for programming and services at the facility,” said Parks and Recreation Manager Ken Wilkinson. “We want to hear from the community and other organizations that serve the city.”

Yakima Parks and Recreation is responsible for programs and activities at the Washington Fruit Community Center at Miller Park. That was the result of an operational change the Yakima City Council formally approved for the center earlier this year.

WFCC activities provided to date by Parks and Recreation staff range from day camps for children to family movie nights to senior Zumba classes. Click Washington Fruit Community Center | Yakima Parks and Recreation or call Recreation Program Supervisor Kim Lopez at 509 576 6488 for more about WFCC.

Earlier this year, in June, Parks and Recreation staff provided a tour of WFCC and a listening session to receive community feedback about center programs.

Input about Washington Fruit Community Center and other city parks program can also be provided by e-mailing