City seeks park hosts/docents for Carrie Blake Community Park

The City of Sequim is seeking volunteers to serve as park hosts/docents for Carrie Blake Community Park. The park host/docent lives on-site and must provide their own mobile housing.

Hosts are available to answer questions for park visitors and to assist the City with any issues that may arise at the park.

They will also assist the city with the following duties: keep area around living quarters clean and neat; monitor public restrooms and notify janitor if issues arise; monitor grounds and notify Public Works if safety issues are present; mingle with patrons, answer questions and give directions to park amenities; if abuse or foul play is witnessed, contact the Sequim Police Department (911); notify Public Works crew when maintenance issues are noticed; inform patrons of activities that are or will be happening in the parks, and inform patrons of rules and regulations that apply to their activities.

Park hosts/docents circulate through the park wearing lime colored vests.

Applications are available on-line at the city’s web site at or at the Sequim Civic Center, 152 W. Cedar St. Contact Charisse Deschenes, Assistant to the City Manager, at 360-681-3432 or with questions or to submit an application.

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