Eagle Scout Projects
Clark County Public Works is eager to collaborate with local scouts as they work toward their Eagle Scout Awards.
The county has many projects available at parks, trails and green spaces and will consider other projects that scouts come up with on their own.
Once the scout decides on a project, he needs to submit it to the Volunteer Program Coordinator for approval.
The scout will act as project leader and be responsible for obtaining materials and supplies, collecting paperwork (minor consent forms and liability release forms) and guiding the project through to completion.
The following is a list of available projects:
- Develop trail map for Bratton Canyon Park
- Remove plant protectors from mitigation planting sites.
- Stencil storm drains or install medallions and help protect natural water resources and wildlife.
- Remove Invasive plants (blackberry, English ivy, scotch broom) in various parks and green spaces.
- Invasive species removal and trail maintenance at Whipple Creek Hollow
Clark County is happy to consider other projects.
For more information, contact:
Volunteer Program Coordinator
Clark County Public Works
(360) 397-6118 ext. 1627