Kent’s annual Earth Day event will be held on Saturday, April 20 at Clark Lake Park.

“Join us as we nurture and celebrate our special corner of planet Earth!”

REGISTER NOW for the 2019 Event

Earth Day is one of the most celebrated conservation events worldwide. Join us with your friends and family as Kent Parks celebrates Earth Day at Clark Lake Park. This year we will be helping improve grassland habitat by providing some TLC to existing plantings and preparing the site for future habitat improvements.

  • All volunteers under the age of 18 must have a signed minor waiver form.
  • Volunteers are required to wear close-toed shoes. Volunteers should wear clothing and footwear they don’t mind getting dirty
  • Be prepared for inclement or changing weather by dressing in layers.
  • Tools, gloves, water and a light snack will be provided at the event. Bring a refillable water bottle to reduce waste.

NAVIGATION ADDRESS: Martin Sortun Elementary
12711 SE 248th Kent WA 98030 (SEE MAP)


  • Street parking on SE 248th Street across from park entrance
  • Martin Sortun Elementary School parking lot
  • Do not block any roadways, gates, mailboxes or entrances.
  • USE CAUTION when crossing SE 248th Street..

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