Thank you for your interest in volunteering with the City of Bothell! We value our many volunteers who offer their time and talents to help make Bothell a better place to live, work, and play.
Volunteering provides opportunities to learn about the Bothell community, make an impact, and connect with fellow community members.
- One-time Volunteer Opportunities
- Ongoing Volunteer Opportunities
- Local & Partner Organizations
- Volunteer Email List
One-time volunteer events and opportunities are scheduled throughout the year. Continue to check back for details as they are confirmed.
Help out your neighborhood by joining the Adopt-a-Drain program and agreeing to keep at least one nearby storm drain clear throughout the year - especially during the rainy season.
The City of Bothell partners with a variety of non-profit organizations throughout the Bothell community and Puget Sound region on volunteer efforts. To learn more about our partner organizations and volunteer opportunities, visit the links below.
Friends of North Creek Forest maintains and improves the ecological function of North Creek Forest through Education, Stewardship and Conservation. Volunteer to help protect the young plants at restoration sites, table at an outreach events, or help with their education program.
KCD offers a wide variety of volunteer opportunities. Monthly volunteer events in the KCD Native Plant Nursery and at other locations provide chances to learn about growing native plants and restoring streams and wetlands.
Snohomish Conservation District
Snohomish Conservation District’s mission is to work cooperatively with others to promote and encourage conservation and responsible use of natural resources. Volunteer opportunities include help with their annual plant sale, nursery stewardship, planting events, and more.
Whale Scout channels people’s interest and passion about whales into on the ground salmon habitat restoration projects protecting the primary food source of struggling orcas in Puget Sound. Volunteers help plant native trees, remove invasive plants, and restore salmon habitat.
Social Services and Food Pantries
The Northshore Senior Center promotes healthy living & well-being in our community through programs, services, resources and civic engagement. Frequent volunteer opportunities include food pantry assistance and kitchen help.
United Way of King County brings people together to give, volunteer and take action to help people in need and solve our community’s toughest challenges.
Interested in volunteering? Want to be added to our volunteer email list? Fill out the Volunteer Intake Form. When an opportunity becomes available that matches your interests, we'll let you know!