Park Ambassador

What is a Park Ambassador?

The Park Ambassador program is an all-volunteer program that gives the public an opportunity to promote community stewardship and bridge the communication between the community and our Department. The Park Ambassador program sends a message that the community cares about its parks.

As representatives of the Snohomish County Parks and Recreation Department, Park Ambassadors exemplify the parks rules and regulations and “set an example” for park visitors and guests. An ambassador is a diplomatic representative of the department who promotes and ensures a positive relationship between the department and park users.

Get started!

Submit a Park Ambassador application (PDF). Applications are accepted during the fall of each year with interviews occurring during the month of December. Selected candidates would receive orientation/training during the month of January. Applications received after this general selection/training window may be considered depending on need and training opportunities.

If you have specific questions please contact Snohomish County Parks and Recreation Director of Volunteer Services - email Tony Trofimczuk or call (425) 388-6604.

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