What type of volunteer opportunities are available?
  • Special Events
    Event Support group encompasses most of the City's existing programs and events. A few of these are:
    • Amazing Outlet Race
    • Spring Jamboree
    • Pet Walk
    • Just 4 Kids Fishing Derby
    • Trunk or Treat
    • Winterfest
  • City Office Support
    City Office Support includes volunteer activities for youth and adults, including office and clerical support, one-time and recurring outdoor projects, maintenance and special projects, interoffice mail delivery, and various skilled and semi-skilled assignments at City Hall or other City Departments.
    • Emergency Services Support
      • Citizen Corps: citizens helping citizens, along with medical and other emergency volunteers
      • Community Emergency Response Training (CERT): citizens helping citizens by being prepared both at home and whenever disaster prompts the need to mobilize our trained CERT responders
  • Leader In Training Program (LIT)
    Leader in Training program (LIT) is an excellent opportunity for youth (ages 13 to 16) to get hands-on experience and responsibilities, while still under the supervision of our camp staff team. It allows youth to give back to their community and earn volunteer hours for school, too.

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1. How do I apply as a volunteer?
2. What type of volunteer opportunities are available?
3. Does the City require background screening for volunteer applicants?
4. What is the minimum age for a child or youth volunteer?