Community Services Projects
Do you need volunteer hours for school or community service hours for boy scouts, girl scouts, or 4H? Would your baseball, soccer, volleyball, football, lacrosse, or cheerleading team like to get involved? How about your drama club, Future Farmers of America (FFA), band, or choir? Volunteers of all ages are needed to help clean up Stanwood; these projects work well for groups and families and can be done off-site. Eagle Scout and Gold Award Girl Scout projects welcomed.
Volunteers must sign either an Individual Volunteer Agreement (PDF) or be part of an organization that will submit one Organizational Agreement (PDF) for the entire group. View the Volunteer Handbook (PDF) for more information.
Join active volunteer groups who clean up the city streets of Stanwood. The mission of the Adopt-a-Street Program is to promote civic responsibility and community pride as well as to enhance Stanwood’s quality of life through clean streets and beautiful neighborhoods.
- Adopt-a-Street Application (PDF)
- Adopt-a-Street Guidelines (PDF)
- Adopt-a-Street Participant Roster (PDF)
The adoption program engages community members who want to help care for their public green space. Adopters volunteer their time and resources to provide general care and maintenance of these parks.
Clean sweep happens every spring, come drop off your garbage, recyclables, and donate gently used items to Goodwill, then stay a while and help your neighbors clean up litter around town.
The city has opportunities to fulfill court ordered community service hours.
Other Volunteer Programs
Check out a listing of other volunteer programs in the City of Stanwood.
The following are just a few of the reasons why you should volunteer:
- Gain new skills
- Meet new people
- Make use of talents
- Learn about your city
- Help solve community issues
- Secure job references
- Explore career possibilities
- Personal satisfaction and
- Make a difference