Opportunities exist throughout the City for volunteers to give back to the community in meaningful ways.
PRCS welcomes volunteers at park restoration efforts, special events, public art exhibition openings, recreation programs, and more.
Volunteers create a sense of community in their neighborhoods by organizing social events, coordinating Block Watch activities, implementing Neighborhood Mini-Grant projects and other improvements, planning speakers on relevant topics and sharing information through neighborhood newsletters, websites and e-newsletters.
Learn how you can be a part of creating a Sustainable Shoreline! Small actions we can each take to reduce our impact can make a big difference! Current volunteer opportunities include:
- Adopt A Drain: earn volunteer hours and prevent flooding during fall and winter by keeping storm drains free of leaves and debris.
- Storm Drain Marking: help keep water clean for wildlife like orca and salmon by installing “No Dumping” medallions on storm drains in your neighborhood.
- Environmental Mini-Grants: have an idea for an environmental project? Learn how you can receive up to $5,000 to complete a project that benefits the community and environment.
The Community Emergency Response Team is a national training program that helps communities prepare for and respond to disasters. Learn how you can get involved.
Serve your community by serving on a board or committee to advise the City Council and staff on a variety of topics related to the Shoreline community.