Volunteer Opportunities

 

All Are Welcome


The City of Roseville strongly encourages and welcomes community members who are people of color, indigenous, immigrants and refugees, LGBTQ + and people with disabilities to volunteer.

Discover the Possibilities...

Volunteer!


Volunteering with the City of Roseville offers many opportunities to make a difference in our vibrant city and in the lives of those who visit, work and live in Roseville.

Volunteering offers endless potential to engage with others who care about the same things you do, utilize existing skills and build new ones, and feel the satisfaction of expanding community resources through your contributions of time and talent.

Whether you are looking for one-time, ongoing or project-based volunteer opportunities, there is an avenue for you to engage. We welcome individuals, families and groups of all sizes to discover the possibilities of volunteering with the City of Roseville.

Ongoing Opportunities


Roseville offers several ongoing opportunities to volunteerOngoing volunteer opportunities are for those who desire to serve on a regular basis and allow you to have a set schedule. The first step to becoming an ongoing volunteer is to complete a volunteer application or call Volunteer Coordinator Rachel Boggs at 651-792-7028. Some of these opportunities require a background check or special training.
  • Adopt-a-Park
  • Arboretum Green Team
  • Concerts in the Park
  • HANC Front Desk
  • Natural Resources Renewal Program Leaders
  • Park Patrol
  • Police Reserves

Create Your Own


Do you have a specific skill or interest you’d like to explore? Let us know what you are looking for and we’ll work with you to find a fit. We're flexible!


Planting Volunteers

Getting Started


Put your talents and interests to work. The City of Roseville has opportunities for volunteers to get involved in a variety of project, special events an programs year around. Volunteer Application

Upcoming Events

March 20


Natural Resources Renewal


Villa and Reservoir Woods Parks
2055 Cohansey Blvd.
9:30 to 11:30 a.m.
Help out snow seeding native grasses, sedges and wild flowers.
Winter Natural Resources

March 20-21


It's Tapping Time!


Harriet Alexander Nature Center
2055 2520 Dale St.
Shifts from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. and 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. each day.
Tap maple trees, collect sap and boil it to make delicious maple syrup.
Thermometer Volunteer Bob

April 17


Natural Resources Renewal


Lexington Park
2131 Lexington Ave.
9:30 to 11:30 a.m.
Pitch in to help clean up and maintain the raingarden at Lexington Park.
Rain Garden Clean Up