Environment
Please review all the volunteer opportunities here. If you see something that interests you, contact the person listed for that opportunity.  Complete the City of Redmond's Waiver Form by printing this linked form. (Waiver is an Adobe Acrobat document. Obtain free Acrobat Acrobat to view.)

Environmental Volunteer Opportunities


Want to Become a Salmon Watcher Volunteer for our Area?

Our dedicated volunteers watch for fish on their assigned creeks two times a week from September through December. The information they collect helps us know where salmon are spawning in our streams, and sometimes where barriers exist to salmon migration. Volunteers act as our "eyes and ears" in the watersheds and give us a heads up when things go awry in our neighborhood creeks.

Sign up now for the 2012 Salmon Watcher Season.  Find out more about the program, including how to identify salmon in your neighborhood and training schedules, by exploring the King County Salmon Watchers website. 

Green Redmond Partnership

Volunteer with the Green Redmond Partnership at one of the City's parks or become a Forest Steward.  There are dates at different locations throughout the year.

Storm Drain Marking - Summer

Many people do not know that our storm drains flow directly to our lake, river, and stream without treatment. The City needs volunteers to place markers next to storm drains to remind people to "Dump no Waste." The markers use a strong adhesive, so we ask that an adult assist volunteers less than 16 years of age with this activity. Markers must be placed during warm, dry conditions in order for the adhesive to set properly.

Contact: Peter Holte, Stewardship Coordinator, 425-556-2822