Registration is required for all volunteer opportunities!
Visit the City's Court Ordered Community Service page to learn how you can fulfill your community service requirements.
Flowerbed, Litter, and Park Champ Programs will open by the end of March.
Our Flowerbed Champs help maintain a flower bed they adopt in our parks. Volunteers will weed, mulch, deadhead, and occasional plant in their adopted bed. They work closely with our horticulture staff who are available to help guide the work in the bed!
Litter Champs help keep our parks clean! They volunteer to help pick up trash in our parks or along Boulder Creek. We provide trash tongs and garbage bags for the champs to use.
Park Champs help do multiple maintenance activities in the park they adopt. From picking up trash to weeding in the park they really invest in their local parks!
Be a Champ and help clear the outdoor courts of snow before your court reservation!
Natural Lands Outreach Volunteers welcome and educate users along the North Shore of the Boulder Reservoir and Coot Lake about: 1) Aquatic Nuisance Species, 2) area-specific rules (i.e., no swimming, no launching watercraft), and 3) wildlife closures to protect nesting bird species of concern. There will also be a rotating focus topic ranging from native plants, land stewardship, pollinators, and more. This focus topic will change each month. While staffing the table and patrolling, volunteers will collect data on visitor patterns, volume, and behavior. When volunteers observe rule violations, they will contact staff that can provide further education when appropriate. Please note, volunteers will not provide any type of enforcement, as this position will focus on monitoring and education only.
To apply, fill out the "Natural Lands Outreach Volunteer Application" to the right!