Lynnwood Parks, Recreation & Cultural Arts Department looking for volunteers

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Looking for ways to give back? The City of Lynnwood Parks, Recreation & Cultural Arts Department believes that volunteers enhance the City’s ability to maintain and improve the quality of life in the community.

The City counts on its volunteers and their dedication to help provide those services that best meet the diverse needs of the community.

The mission of the City’s Volunteer Program is to bring citizens together to achieve a stronger, more connected community while enabling Lynnwood Parks, Recreation & Cultural Arts to continue to offer a variety of high quality and affordable recreational, educational, and cultural programs through the use of volunteer expertise.

The following are new opportunities to volunteer:

Seeking volunteers to support the Arts Commission by serving on the Program, Public Art or Gallery & Exhibit committees. Volunteers do not need to be artists or have art-related experience. Ideal candidates are teens or adults with an interest to work with the Lynnwood Arts Commission whose mission is to support universal access to diverse arts to enrich our community’s quality of life and economic vitality.

Seeking Visitor Information Center Travel Counselors and Park Docents to serve at Lynnwood’s Heritage Park. Heritage Park celebrates the agricultural, transportation and social heritage of Lynnwood from its roots in the rural community of Alderwood Manor formed in 1919 and serves as one of three Visitor Information Centers for the Snohomish County Tourism Bureau.

Getting Started

Interested candidates should download and fill out the Volunteer Application form. If interested the ARTS or Visitor Information Center, please select the “other” box and indicate your interest area. Mail or deliver completed applications to Recreation Center Attention: Sarah Olson.

Benefits of becoming a volunteer

The benefits of becoming a volunteer with Lynnwood’s Parks, Recreation & Cultural Arts include:

  • Meet new people and make friends
  • Learn new skills and receive recognition and appreciation
  • Set an example for others
  • Earn service learning hours
  • Create lasting memories and friendships with fellow volunteers
  • Get involved in your community and make it a better place.


Volunteer Guidelines

Contact the City

For additional information or questions, please contact: Sarah Olson, Deputy Director at: or 425-670-5503.

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