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Warren G. Magnuson

Warren G. Magnuson Park
Volunteer Opportunities

Warren G. Magnuson Park Information: (206)684-4946
Park Address: 7400 Sand Point Way NE, Seattle, WA 98115 > directions
Administrative Office Visiting Address: 6310 NE 74th St, bldg 30 southeast offices
Administrative Office Mail: 6310 NE 74th St., Suite 109E, Seattle, WA 98115

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Volunteering at Warren G. Magnuson Park
Volunteering is a great way to meet new people, explore your interests, apply your skills, and get to know Warren G. Magnuson Park.  Whether youre interested in a one-afternoon project or an ongoing role, theres a place for you at the park!

Browse the projects and ongoing groups listed below in your areas of interest or contact the Magnuson Volunteer Coordinator at 206-615-0780. For general information please contact Warren G. Magnuson Park at 206-684-4946.


Magnuson Off-Leash Group (MOLG)

Volunteering at Warren G. Magnuson Park

Contact: Sally Cope, e-mail:

Sail Sand Point

Volunteer activities range from maintaining the landscapes near the piers, to checking out boats, to helping write the organization's newsletter and coordinating special events such as Oktoberfest. For more informations see: http://www.sailsandpoint.orgThis link will take you off the City of Seattle Web Site.
Contact: 206-525-8782


Magnuson Wetlands

Wetlands at Warren G. Magnuson Park
Seattles urban wetland systems need constant vigilance. Wetlands are vital eco areas for creating diverse habitats and providing rich educational opportunities. They have natural filters for pollutants which help to keep our open waterways clean and healthy. Join our volunteer events and we will keep the invasive plants at bay while the native plants become established. This beautiful site has a lot of bird species, pacific chorus frogs, voles, and other creatures that you may see during the volunteer projects.

When: Saturdays from 9 a.m. until 12 noon, rain or shine. Dress for the weather, wear water proof boots or sturdy shoes and bring yourself water. We provide gloves, tools and instructions. Meet: Enter Magnuson Park from NE 65th St, continue east 1/4 of a mile, turn left into a large parking lot across from the USGS Western Fisheries Research Center. Meet a staff member near the tool box in the NE corner.

Become a Site Steward in Magnusons beautiful wetlands. Learn how to lead small weekly or monthly work parties to help enhance and preserve Warren G. Magnusons Wetlands. You will learn how to identify a variety of invasive plants and native species. Then lead volunteers in the removal of invasive plants and restoration planting projects. Contact: Magnuson Park Volunteer Coordinator at 206-615-0780.

Magnuson Community Garden

The Magnuson Community Garden organization is coordinating development of the Community Garden. For more information see the Community Garden website:
Contact: The Magnuson Community Garden or for general comments, e-mail

Magnuson Environmental Stewardship Alliance

The Magnuson Environmental Stewardship Alliance (also known as MESA) coordinates volunteer work parties that enhance habitat areas at Promontory Point in the southeast corner of the park. For more information see the MESA website: www.mesaseattle.orgThis link will take you off the City of Seattle Web Site.
Contact: Bonnie Miller, Coordinator; Email -

Promontory Point Habitat Enhancement Project

Volunteering at WGMP

Upcoming work parties

Work parties are held on the 2nd Sunday and 3rd Thursday of each month.
Work at Promontory Point has been underway since 1999. A celebration of the progress volunteers have made in restoring the area was held in November 2000. Volunteers are still needed for ongoing tasks to restore and maintain the natural setting and for special projects. MESA works throughout the year at the site, installing native plants and removing non-native ones. Work parties meet regularly on the second Sundays and third Thursdays at the Promontory Point Education Pavilion. Parties start at 10 a.m. Tools and gloves are available. For groups of five or more MESA will make special arrangements.
Contact: Bonnie Miller, MESA - Promontory Point Coordinator, 206-524-8713, or e-mail


Sand Point Arts & Cultural Exchange (SPACE)

Volunteer activities range from office assistance to helping with summer programs including the annual fundraiser. Founded in 1994, SPACE is a long-term partner at the park. The organization's mission is to foster arts and culture at Warren G. Magnuson Park.
Contact: 206-522-9529 |


Solid Ground - Sand Point  

Contact: Kira Zylstra: 206-694-6777 | link will take you off the City of Seattle Web Site.
Updated February 17, 2012

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