The city of Port Townsend has relaunched its “Engage PT” webpage, offering new opportunities for the community to get involved through volunteering, donating, and keeping up to date on …
The city of Port Townsend has relaunched its “Engage PT” webpage, offering new opportunities for the community to get involved through volunteering, donating, and keeping up to date on the latest city projects.
The webpage will provide locals more opportunities to get involved with projects such as the future plans for the Port Townsend Golf Course and surrounding city land, city officials said.
“A more engaged community is more resilient, sustainable, and equitable. Our successes are largely due to the energy and commitment of our engaged residents,” Port Townsend Mayor David Faber said. “Please consider getting involved or recommitting your efforts to make a positive difference in our community.”
For volunteering, the community can bring lasting value to the community in a variety of ways.
Opportunities include completing a one-time project, working individually, participating with a specific department (like police, library, or parks departments), adopting a sewer drain, serving on a commission or advisory board to city council, and much more.
Information on donating can also be found on the web page or for more information, contact Director of Parks and Recreation Strategy, Carrie Hite, at email@example.com, or 360-379-2979.
The site also includes a form to send the city questions, comments, and/or thoughts.
Details and information on current topics and projects can be found on the “Engage PT” portal at cityofpt.us/engage.
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