Update about COVID-19 and City of Bothell public events
In response to COVID-19, City of Bothell has canceled some of its larger in-person events to minimize potential risk to the community and City staff. Whenever possible, we will hold events online or on a smaller scale in-person, following current public health guidelines and protocols. Keep an eye on this page for updates.
City of Bothell and Friends of North Creek Forest are celebrating Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service together again! Join us at this volunteer work party to help remove invasive species, add mulch, or plant native species. Also be sure to stop by the education booth to learn about native plants! Registration is required.
Friends of North Creek Forest hosts volunteer work parties at North Creek Forest on select Saturdays for small groups, following COVID-19 safety protocols. Check out their event schedule for dates and details if you'd like to pitch in.
Whale Scout offers “Helpin’ Out” events throughout the year in the Puget Sound region, many of which are right here in Bothell. The majority of these are open to the public so anyone can join in planting native trees, removing invasive plants, and restoring salmon habitat.
Shelton View Forest Stewardship Association needs volunteer support to keep the forest healthy! Activities include trail maintenance, garbage and invasive plant removal, plant watering, and more. Sign up for one of their work parties, or volunteer to collect information on the birds you see in Shelton View Forest.
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