Volunteering in local government is one of the best ways that you can give back to your immediate community...and make big impact! The City is always looking for individuals to volunteer on boards and committees, in recreation programs, and during special events.
Open Volunteer Positions
Boards, Committees, Commissions
The City seeks volunteers to serve on various boards, committees, and commissions. These are opportunities for residents to use their unique insight and experiences as a participant in city government.
Youth Sports Coaches
The Woodland Park Parks and Recreation Department is always in need of coaches for youth sport programs. No experience is required! Volunteer coaches must pass a background check. Youth sports include:
Want to learn more about being a volunteer for the Parks and Recreation Department? Contact Sarah Minton at 719 687 5225 or email@example.com.
We don't have any upcoming special events that we need volunteers for. Check back later!
The Woodland Park Police Department has openings for local volunteers, who are interested in working with law enforcement helping crime victims by providing immediate support and resources. Applicants must be 21 years or older, pass a background check and have a valid Colorado Driver’s license. Victim Advocates will receive 40 hours of initial training and be on call with other advocates responding to crime scene at the request of law enforcement (no contact with offenders) For more information please contact Erika Vida, Program Coordinator at 719-686-2535 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pssst! Don't see a volunteer opportunity that's right for you? Have an idea for how you can help the community with your unique skillset? Contact Grace Johnson. We'll see if we can find the right fit.