Volunteering & Community Engagement

City Volunteer ProgramPhoto
There are many opportunities that are available for residents to volunteer in Mill Creek! Join us to make our community more inviting, cleaner, and enjoyable for people to visit, work, or live here. Volunteering provides valuable community services, strengthening our city, making a difference in people’s lives, and having happier and healthier residents. 

Volunteer programs include:
Adopt-a-Street (Trash & litter pickup): Join an existing group or create your own. We provide all clean-up and safety equipment for your group.
• Event ambassadors - assist with setup, clean-up and event management.
• Geocache ambassadors - help the city maintain the Geocaches we have placed around parks and more.

Barbara Heidel, Volunteer Coordinator
[email protected]
 P: 425-921-5715 
Volunteer Waiver

Volunteer/Event Application Form
First Name*
Last Name*
Phone Number
Email Address*
Please check your age category*
 Over 18 years old
 14 - 17 years old
 Under 14 years old

We have many volunteer opportunities that the city offers year round. If you are interested in doing something that you do not see on this list, please contact us! Please check all areas that interest you: 

 Public Works (Clean-up)

 Public Safety (Citizen Patrol/Emergency Preparedness)

 Event Support (City events)

Security Measure

Boards and Commissions
• Art & Beautification Board
• Civil Service Commission 
• Design Review Board
• LEOFF 1 Disability Board
• Park & Recreation Board
• Planning Commission
• Youth Advisory Board
Print an application here and return it  to [email protected]  

Mill Creek Youth Advisory Board
The Mill Creek Youth Advisory Board is a group of high school students (9th -12th grade) from various backgrounds living in the Mill Creek area who are committed to making a difference in their community. Learn more

Mill Creek Police Citizens Academy
Participants will get a first-hand look at the work of Mill Creek Police and the ways they serve our community. 

Other ways to volunteer in the community
Mill Creek Community Food Bank
Visit the Hope Creek Charitable Foundation page to sign up for volunteer opportunities

MCCA Committees
Noxious Weed Committee, plus many others

South County Fire
Volunteering takes commitment and a willingness to give back to the community. South County Fire offers several programs: Fire Corps Volunteers, Student Volunteers, and Firefighter Support.