Volunteer in the Park
Join community members and neighbors to steward and restore Colman Park. We work in natural areas, urban forest, and historic developed parkland landscapes designed by the Olmsted brothers. Volunteers learn about native plants and park stewardship, help the environment, and make our community a better, more attractive, and safer place to live and play. Come meet your neighbors and spend time in a beautiful setting!
Most volunteer events begin at 10am and wrap up at 1pm but stay for as little or as long as you’re able.
Closed-toed shoes, long sleeves, and pants are recommended. Gloves, tools, water and light snacks provided.
Bus routes 14 and 27 serve Colman Park. Free parking is available in the parking lot located at 2077 Lake Washington Blvd S at the bottom of the park and free street parking is available at the top of the park along 31st Ave S .
Questions? Contact us for more information.
June Upper Colman Restoration Event
Come join us for a few hours of pulling invasive species from a section of Colman Park as a part of a larger restoration effort. We will spend part of this warm summer day in the beautiful surroundings of upper Colman and the cool shade of its trees, while building on the enormous progress made previously.
For those interested in learning about pruning, Certified Arborist Laila Suidan will lead a ~30-minute shrub pruning mini-lesson and demonstration at the beginning of the event.
June 15th, 10AM – 1PM:
July Lower Colman Restoration Event
Come join us for a few hours of pulling invasive species from a section of Colman Park as a part of a larger restoration effort. We will be targeting Ivy, blackberry and laurel for removal to help ensure the restoration of native species in our urban parks When you’re done, relax on the beach, enjoying the lake and the park you just helped restore!
July 20th, 10AM – 1PM: