How to schedule a ride
Make a reservation to drive or to schedule a ride in a Community Van by contacting your local coordinator. Seven-passenger mini-vans and twelve-passenger and six-passenger ADA-accessible vans are available.
*Phone translation is available when calling your local coordinator. Let your coordinator know you need translation to schedule your Community Van ride by saying the name of your language in English.
Shoreline - Lake Forest Park
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Youth 18 and under ride for free! Parents and guardians must provide and install any needed car seats for their accompanying children who require a car seat according to the Washington State Child Restraint Law.
Children 13 and under who are not riding with a parent need a completed child rider agreement signed by their parents in advance of the trip. Contact your local coordinator for form access.
Community Van is operating in the following cities, parked at specific locations within these communities.
- Duvall-Carnation: 3 vans total, with 1 at Duvall Library, 1 at Duvall Police Dept, and 1 housed at Metro site, awaiting placement in Carnation.
- Bothell-Woodinville: 4 vans total, with 2 at UW Bothell, 1 at Bothell City Hall, and 1 at Woodinville City Hall.
- Vashon: 3 vans total, all at the Vashon Chamber of Commerce.
- Kenmore-Kirkland: 3 vans total, 1 at Kenmore City Hall, 1 at Kirkland City Hall, and 1 at N. Kirkland Community Center.
- Sammamish: 3 vans total, 2 at S. Sammamish Park & Ride, and 1 at Klahanie Park.
- Shoreline-Lake Forest Park: 3 vans total, 1 at Lake Forest Park City Hall, 2 at Hopelink Shoreline.
- Algona-Pacific: 3 vans total, 1 at Algona City Hall, 1 at Pacific City Hall, 1 location TBD.
- Skyway: 3 vans total, with 1 at King County Fire District 20 Admin Building and 2 temporarily parked at the Sheriff's Storefront.
More service areas may launch in the future.
Vans are available to book any time of the day, any day of the week, as long as an approved volunteer driver is available.
See the service areas section above for more information.
Yes, all trips are driven by volunteer drivers and are dependent on volunteer availability. The sooner you request a trip the more likely it is that we may be able to schedule it. Please allow a minimum of at least two (2) full business days to book your trip if you need a volunteer driver. This is to allow the coordinator time to recruit a volunteer driver. If you’d like to apply to be a volunteer driver, please note it may take up to two weeks to be approved and complete the training, so keep that in mind when requesting trips and considering driving.
All trips are driven by volunteer drivers and are dependent on volunteer availability. Community Van is driven by the community for the community! Encourage people you know who may be interested to fill out a Community Van volunteer driver application.
Trips may be scheduled 24-hours-a-day, 7-days-a-week. Trips cannot be over night and vehicles must be returned the same day. Trip destinations should be within the city or county vehicle is assigned. Trips requests that do not meet these criteria will be reviewed case-by-case by your coordinator.
There is no penalty for cancelling your ride, but please avoid doing so unless completely necessary. A volunteer driver blocked time specifically for you!
Yes. Parents/guardians must provide and install any needed car seats for their accompanying children. Youth 18 and under ride for free! Children 13 and under who are not riding with a parent are required to complete a child rider agreement in advance of the trip. Contact your coordinator for form access.
Licensed service animals are welcome to ride in the vans. You must provide notice at the time of booking so your coordinator may go-over safety requirements for the service animal and riders.