Fall City is rich in volunteerism. As an unincorporated part of King County, many of the services we need in Fall City are performed by volunteers.
A great way to get to know your Fall City neighbors and to help our community maintain its great small town feeling is to join one or more of our many local non profit groups.
Fall City Historical Society is a group dedicated to preserving the history of our beautiful little town and sharing it in fun and interesting ways as well. Our ongoing projects include the Historical Signs walking tour, a booth at Fall City Day, History Lives tabletop displays at local eateries and a permanent display in Fall City Elementary School's main hall. We also have an annual community meeting in October featuring exciting guest speakers on a wide ranging variety of subjects. Read more . . .
The Fall City Metropolitan Park District was voted in by area residents on February 3, 2009 to represent local interests for park and recreation services. The park district represents a specific geographic area similar to that of a fire, school, or water district. As of February 2009 there were 3,775 registered voters within the Fall City Park District. Read more . . .
Fall City Arts is a non profit organization dedicated to bringing culture and awareness of the arts to a diverse and growing community in unincorporated King County. Working in collaboration with other cities, organizations, businesses, farmers and schools, we seek to provide access to events, promote local artists, and encourage individuals to become more involved in their community. Read more . . .
The Raging River Conservation Group is a conservation group working to preserve and protect the Raging River and its watershed.
The Raging River is about 12 miles long and its basin covers about 32 square miles. About 74% of the basin is zoned forestry. It includes more than 4,000 acres of protected Natural Resource land along its headwaters and has more than 5 tributaries.
The Raging River is one of the most important rivers for Chinook salmon and Steelhead recovery and has been a priority for King County and environmental groups for a long time. Read more . . .