Want to Volunteer? Clallam County Can Use Your Help!
Use our Volunteer Application (PDF).
Clallam County government operates with more than 20 departments providing various services to our citizens. Each is unique in the service it provides and most can use volunteers. Whether you are interested in volunteering in law enforcement, greeting the public, or helping provide office functions, the County can use you if you have regular hours you can spend each week.
Beyond the skills volunteers possess, one of the things County departments look for in volunteers is their ability to provide regularly scheduled hours. Whether it is only a few hours each week, or several days a week, being able to depend on someone to be there is important.
If you are interested in volunteering, contact a department of interest. Several contacts are in the following list.
- Volunteer for Juvenile Services
Clallam County Child Advocates Program (CAP) to represent abused and neglected children during the court process
- Volunteer on the Olympic Discovery Trail
Maintenance, construction projects, litter control, plant care
- Volunteer on Lake Sutherland Milfoil Control
Divers, boat operators, general help
- Volunteer for Streamkeepers
Stream and water monitoring projects
- Volunteer for County Parks
Park hosts, maintenance, trails, construction projects
- Volunteer in the Sheriff's Office
Office Help, traffic safety
- Volunteer on Clallam Marine Resource Committee Projects
- Volunteer for the BEECH Program with Environmental Health
The Beach Environmental Assessment, Communication & Health (BEACH) Program ensures that marine water is safe to swim and play in and informs the public if water doesn't meet swimming standards.
- Volunteer for the Olympic Baywatchers with Environmental Health
Clallam County and the State of Washington Department of Health rely heavily on the volunteer efforts of the Olympic Baywatchers.