Volunteering with the Lacey Parks, Culture & Recreation Department is a rewarding way to give back to your community! We are always looking for volunteers to help with events, projects, classes, and more. Below you will find a list of all our current volunteer opportunities.
Help keep the trails beautiful while participating in community service. Volunteers, families or organizations provide litter removal and light trail maintenance at select locations.Where:
Adopt-a-Trail Program sites include William Ives Trail, Woodland Trail, Lake Lois Trail, South Lake Trail and the I-5 Bike Path.When:
Volunteers create their own schedule for clean-up times however there is a minimum commitment of two years.What To Know:
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic the Adopt-A-Trail program is not accepting new applications, however we are keeping an interest list and will notify volunteers when the program is operational.
Museum cataloguers are trained to work independently to describe, research and inventory museum photographs, artifacts or documents.Where:
Lacey City HallWhen:
Cataloguers usually work 2-6 hours during regular business hours (M-F 9-5) once they are fully trained.What To Know:
This volunteer position is on hold until Fall 2022. Check back with us then!
Museum Gallery Host
Gallery hosts are trained to facilitate formal and impromptu tours of the Lacey Museum and its exhibits. They are among the first, and are often the only, direct contact visitors have with the Museum and the history of Lacey.Where:
Lacey Museum, 829 Lacey Street SEWhen:
Thursdays and Fridays 11-3 or Saturdays 10-4 (can be broken into smaller shifts)What To Know:
The Museum is currently closed due to COVID-19, but interested volunteers will be added to an interest list.
Youth Sports Volunteer Coach
Volunteer coaches are needed to run our youth basketball and T-ball leagues. The league motto is “All Adults Working for the Benefit of All the Children.” Volunteer coaching is a great opportunity to give back to the children in our community and help them grow, learn, and most importantly have fun. No experience is necessary, we ask that coaches provide a positive learning environment for children, communicate with families, and run an organized practice. We will provide helpful tools to help with practices if needed.Where:
Local parks and middle school facilitiesWhen:
Summer and Fall