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Get Involved: Parks and Recreation

Upcoming Volunteer Opportunities

Registration is required for all volunteer opportunities! 

Request a Volunteer Project for your group!

Request a Boulder Creek Clean Up project for your group!

 

Want to give back to the community you love? Sign up to be a CHAMP volunteer and help maintain a park you love. We have three ways to become a CHAMP:

  • Park Champ - Help with general park maintenance in a park you love.
  • Flower Bed Champ - Help maintain flower beds in one of our parks.
  • Litter Champ - Help keep a favorite park clean and beautiful.

To apply, fill out an application for the task you would most like to do. Be sure to identify the location you prefer in your application.

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Flower Bed Champ


Description:

Flower bed champs adopt the flower bed(s) at a park site and work in this site from April to October.

To apply, fill out an application (on the right) for the task you would most like to do. Be sure to identify the location you prefer in your application.

You can click the text “View Flower Bed Champ Listing” (below) to learn more about the areas we are recruiting or click “Yikes! I don’t see my Park” to indicate your preferred location, if it doesn’t appear.

Time Commitment:

Flower Bed champs should expect to volunteer 1 hour or more per week from April to October.

Ready to get involved?

Contact Mary Malley, Malleym@bouldercolorado.gov, (303) 413-7245 or apply online to become a volunteer.


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Litter Champ


Description:

Litter Champs adopt a site to pick up trash in our parks from April to October.

To apply, fill out an application (on the right) for the task you would most like to do. Be sure to identify the location you prefer in your application.

You can click the text “View Litter Champ Listing” (below) to learn more about the areas we are recruiting or click “Yikes! I don’t see my Park” to indicate your preferred location, if it doesn’t appear.

Time Commitment:

Litter Champs will help pick up trash for 1 hour or more per week from April to October.

Ready to get involved?

Contact Mary Malley, Malleym@bouldercolorado.gov, (303) 413-7245 or apply online to become a volunteer.


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Park Champ


Description:

Park Champs help monitor, weed, and pick up litter in a park you love. 

To apply, fill out an application (on the right) for the task you would most like to do. Be sure to identify the location you prefer in your application.

You can click the text “View Park Champ Listing” (below) to learn more about the areas we are recruiting or click “Yikes! I don’t see my Park” to indicate your preferred location, if it doesn’t appear.

Time Commitment:

Park Champs should expect to work 1 to 3 hours a week at the park throughout April to October.

Ready to get involved?

Contact Mary Malley, Malleym@bouldercolorado.gov, (303) 413-7245 or apply online to become a volunteer.


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Volunteers for Natural Lands Outreach


Description:

Natural Lands Outreach Volunteers welcome and educate the 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. 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! 

Time Commitment:

Volunteers are required to take 3 virtual trainings via CMIB and volunteer for a minimum of two 2 hour shifts per month. 

Ready to get involved?

Contact Cassy Bohnet, BohnetC@bouldercolorado.gov, (303) 441-4404 or apply online to become a volunteer.


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