Volunteer Opportunities

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Get involved in Parks, Culture and Recreation today!

Whether you are a group of 1 or 101, Marysville Parks, Culture and Recreation can help coordinated a volunteer project that will be meaningful and fun. We host Scouts, civic groups, church groups, business groups, families and more.

To get started please complete our Volunteer Application or contact our Volunteer & Community Event Coordinator, Sam Giffin, on how to get involved at (360) 363-8415.

Some examples of on-going volunteer opportunities are:

  • Landscaping/flower planting
  • Trail/path maintenance
  • Off-leash dog park work party
  • Community Center Class Instruction
  • Opera House Events
  • Coaching / Youth Sports
  • Concerts and Movie Events
  • Eagle Scout projects
  • Special events
  • Wetland cleaning
  • Painting picnic tables, benches
  • Join in a Graffiti Paint Out
  • Adopt-a-Street

Get involved in Emergency Management today!

Want to be more involved? Emergency Management volunteers have the opportunity to attend many exciting activities throughout the year, including training for pre and post disaster activities and even potentially assisting with the City’s emergency response! 

If you are interested in volunteering with the office of Emergency Management, please contact preparedness@marysvillewa.gov.

Visit the Emergency Management volunteer page for more info. 

Emergency Management CERT photo

Get involved in the Marysville Police Department's Volunteer Program today!

The Marysville Police Department is actively seeking citizen volunteers interested in joining the department’s Volunteer Unit. Marysville Police use a variety of proactive community-based programs and crime prevention techniques to help reduce crime and make citizens feel safer. One of the city’s most visible and effective programs is the Marysville Volunteer Program (MVP). Crime prevention is a responsibility shared by everyone, not just a job for the police. MVP members are an extra set of eyes and ears for commissioned police officers. The work they do lets officers focus on other proactive policing duties.

Applicants must complete a one-page application, attend a brief interview, and pass a background check and polygraph test. Priority for appointment to the MVP will be given to citizens who reside within the Marysville city limits.

For more information, visit the Marysville Volunteer Program page or contact MVP Supervisor Ron Wagner at (360) 363-8325.  

Marysville Volunteer Program