Eagle Scout Candidate Information

Snohomish County Parks and Recreation would love to work with you to create and complete your Eagle Scout Project. 
  • Eagle Scout Projects support Parks and Recreation initiatives and our region work plans.
  • You as an Eagle Scout Candidate make a difference.
  • We expect you as the Eagle Scout Candidate to take the initiative and communicate with Snohomish County Parks a minimum of 120 days before the project completion goal - so start planning early.
  • While some degree of parental / guardian involvement is expected, initial contact should be initiated by the candidate himself.
  • We are looking forward to your initiative, follow through, and completion of this very important step in becoming an Eagle Scout.
Note: Applications for new projects are not accepted during the months of May - August, however, approved projects can be completed at any time of the year.

Steps
To accomplish this you will:
  • Contact Tony T at 425-388-6604 or by email to discuss general project concepts.  The Parks Department maintains a short illustrative list of possible projects which may help you narrow your list.
  • Concurrent to submitting your Eagle Scout Service Project Workbook, No. 512-927 to your Eagle Review Board (Unit, District and / or Council Reviewer), review and submit the Snohomish County Eagle Scout project application.
  • Register as a volunteer with Snohomish County Parks and Recreation.
  • Be responsible for planning, directing, and following the project through to completion. You may be asked to do fundraising to secure materials to carry out the agreed upon project.
  • Follow the guidelines for leading a Parks and Recreation volunteer projects.
For more information contact Recreation Supervisor Tony Trofimczuk at 425-388-6604 or by email.