Live near Evergreen play area? Volunteer to give input

The City of Mountlake Terrace is looking to fill a vacant position on the Neighborhood Parks Improvement Subcommittee (NPIS) for the Evergreen Play Area within the playfield complex.

Here’s what the city has to say about the position:

The Neighborhood Parks Improvement Subcommittee gives 10 citizen volunteers the responsibility for conducting an annual inventory of the neighborhood parks and recommending improvements to the Recreation and Parks Advisory Commission (RPAC). Appointed by RPAC, NPIS representatives must live within a half mile of the park they represent and serve three-year staggered terms. The current vacant term for Evergreen Play Area runs through the end of 2011.

Members find the experience fun and rewarding by meeting other residents with similar interests, learning about the recreation and parks in the city, and helping shape the future of their neighborhood parks in Mountlake Terrace.

For an application or more information, please contact the Parks and Facilities Superintendent Ken Courtmanch at (425) 776-1811 or Visit the city’s website for more details at, click on For Residents/Advisory Boards & Commissions.

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