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Volunteer Opportunities

Become a Sequim Volunteer

The City currently has many volunteer opportunities.  Others continue to be added.  If you don't see what you're looking for, please check back or contact Pam or Karen as listed below. 

Volunteers are currently serving the City by scanning documents, weeding and picking up trash in the parks and on trails, and completing service projects.  Volunteers also serve in various roles in the Volunteer in Police Service program.  In addition, three people have volunteered to tend the City-sponsored Sequim Food Bank plots in the June Robinson Memorial Park Garden.

Current opportunities

File Clerk Volunteer

Clerical Assistant/Community Outreach Volunteer


Volunteer in Police Services (VIPS)

Adopt-A-Planting Site
Area organizations and neighborhood groups are invited to Adopt-A-Planting Site in Sequim. Volunteers are provided with supplies to maintain planting sites. Interested individuals, groups or businesses are invited to contact Volunteer Program Coordinator Pamela Leonard-Ray, (360) 582-2447, or  City Clerk Karen Kuznek-Reese at (360) 683-4139.

Please join us for a work party at the Terrace Gardens at the Water Reuse Demonstration Site on July 9, 2014 from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. Volunteers should bring gloves, a hate, weeding tools, knee protection, a bucket for weeds, and drinking water. Wheelbarrows will be on site.

The Hardy Fuchsia Garden on East Washington at Bell Creek Plaza is currently up for adoption.  This well-established garden was created several years ago by the North Olympic Fuchsia Society and is home to approximately fifty different hardy fuchsias.  In addition, the City is looking for an additional person, group, or business to adopt the planting strip along Blake Avenue.

Thank you to those who have adopted planting areas in the City of Sequim!

Douglas Smith, and Kathy Godbe, citizen volunteers, have adopted the planting strip along Blake Avenue in front of the reuse demonstration site.

Dungeness Community Church members have adopted Heritage Park, the planting areas at West Sequim Bay Road and Washington Street; Dunlap & Washington Street; Brackett Road and Washington Street.

Strait Lawn Care has adopted the planting area at 825 West Washington Street.

Volunteer Application

If you are interested in volunteering in any capacity, please contact Volunteer Coordinator Pamela Leonard-Ray, (360) 582-2447, or  City Clerk Karen Kuznek-Reese at (360) 683-4139.