Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services Volunteers
The City of Shoreline Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services Department welcomes volunteers to assist in a variety of programs. For more information contact the Volunteer Coordinator at (206) 801-2253 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Special Events: Adult and teen volunteers can assist with one-time special events by helping set up, staff and clean up at community events that take place primarily in the summer and fall. For a list of seasonal special events, please visit the Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services Department page by clicking here.
Specialized Recreation: Volunteers can assist our specialized recreation programs for adults with developmental disabilities by staffing the Trips and Tours program and the Adult Community Choices program.
Parks Restoration: Individuals and groups can improve existing Shoreline parks by working with the Parks Department to remove invasive plants, plant native species and help with park beautification. Visit the main City calendar for work party dates and locations.
Kruckeberg Botanic Garden
The Kruckeberg Botanic Garden offers
a remarkable plant collection,
tours for the public,
a unique nursery,
and educational programs.
These programs are supported
For information about volunteering please call the
Kruckeberg Botanic Garden Foundation
Your tax-deductible donation can help others in the community enjoy a Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services program that they may not otherwise be able to afford. Founded in honor of Shoreline's first mayor, the Connie King Scholarship Fund accepts donations to help pay for scholarships for low and moderate income individuals. Donations are also accepted for the Park Legacy Fund to pay for park amenities such as benches.
For more information about either of these donation programs, please call (206) 801-2630.
The City of Shoreline Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services Department is always looking for qualified instructors.
If you are interested in finding out more about leading one of the programs already in place, or if you would like to propose a new program, please call (206) 801-2600.