Please use the directory below to find the perfect opportunity for you. When you are ready to register for an opportunity you will be asked to complete our standard volunteer application. Please note some opportunities will require you to answer additional questions.
Become part of an enthusiastic community that shares your passion. Volunteers are critical in all parts of the Neighborhood Services Department. Volunteer today!
This is an unpaid volunteer position assisting the Development Review Center staff as they serve customers who have questions relating building permits, contractor licensing or need guidance navigating other Community Development and Neighborhood Services departments. Customer service is provided with integrity and efficiency, treating each individual with courtesy and respect.
Our hours for this table are Monday through Friday from 8:00 am until 5:00 pm. The two most important hours of the day are 8-9 am and 4-5 pm. This is when the building is open to the public for access to Neighborhood Services and FC Moves, but the gates are closed for service activities in Engineering and the Development Review Center. We need 5+ volunteers to staff this table full-time (45 hrs. total).
By becoming a volunteer with the with us, you are joining a long history of community commitment to conservation. Since its inception, the Natural Areas Department has engaged volunteers on every level, from education to stewardship to leadership. Volunteers help extend outreach and strengthen community involvement. We believe that volunteers are one of our most valuable resources.
Volunteer Description Overview City of Fort Collins Master Naturalists are volunteers who:
Master Naturalists care about natural areas and have fun sharing their enthusiasm with others. During the training presentations by a variety of experts, field trips to natural areas, and opportunities to practice techniques provide naturalist trainees with the skills they need to lead fun, fact-filled, and meaningful field trips for all ages.
Those admitted to the training must attend the following training dates:
The application will close on Friday, March 22.
Compelling images help tell the story of the natural areas in communications materials ranging from printed publications to online resources. Volunteers who donate their photography work are important to the success of natural areas. Volunteer photographers are credited for their work where practicable.
Take photographs on your own schedule and within Natural Areas regulations.
FULL for the 2019 Season! Volunteer Ranger Assistants (VRAs) serve as a visible presence in the City of Fort Collins Natural Areas and at Larimer County Parks and Open Spaces to enhance the experiences of trail users by providing information, site monitoring, and visitor assistance. VRAs work through the Ranger programs to respond to questions and inquiries, monitor trails, parks, open spaces and natural areas for visitor safety and resource protection, assess timing and types of recreational uses, administer user surveys, and alert rangers to situations that require staff attention. VRA’s may hike, bike, or ride their own horse.
Become part of an enthusiastic community that shares your passion. Volunteers are critical in all parts of the Parks Department. Volunteer today!
Anyone with interest in gardening is welcome to join a gardening team at Twin Silo Park. Tasks will require regular bending, stooping, lifting, digging, etc. All training is provided, just come open to learning!
Thursday 9-11 AM, come on your own schedule.
Contact Bryan Fischer, email@example.com, to become a volunteer.
Parks is looking for volunteers to help with Visitor Surveys at various locations around town. We'll train you how to use an iPad and invite visitors to give the City feedback on Parks.
2 hour shift
View all available shifts here: https://engage.fcgov.com/ActivityVolunteerRegistration/9e06ef92-8696-482b-a667-230e7683a51b
Become part of an enthusiastic community that shares your passion. Volunteers are critical in all parts of the Recycling Ambassadors Department. Volunteer today!
Three R Enthusiasts, read on! This is the ONLY volunteer opportunity on the Front Range where you will:
EXPECTATIONS AND TRAINING REQUIREMENTS
Become part of an enthusiastic community that shares your passion. Volunteers are critical in all parts of the Senior Center Department. Volunteer today!
Pool and Billiards Room Maintenance
Light maintenance and cleaning of Pool and Billiards Room. Vacuuming of pool tables, cleaning whiteboards, maintaining supplies, washing supplies, etc.
Prairie Sage Dance Assistance
Assist with our bi-monthly, Monday night Senior Dances. Includes greeting, ticket taking, assisting with snacks, and cleanup.
Set up and run AV equipment during various programs, movies, etc. at our Senior Center. Includes working sound system, lights, power point presentations, video conferencing, all things technical. Training provided.
Pool and Billiards Room Maintenance
1x week, on your own schedule, generally a 3 hour time commitment
Prairie Sage Dance Assistance
Every other Monday night/flexible Monday nights, generally a 4 hour time commitment
Times vary based on scheduling of various movies, shows, presentations and events. Volunteers would be provided with 1-2 month schedule of when these take place, though movies do take place every other Friday and one Wednesday/month. Volunteers may select which opportunities work best for them. Most opportunities require a two hour time commitment. Training provided.
Become part of an enthusiastic community that shares your passion. Volunteers are critical in all parts of the The Farm & Northside Aztlan Community Center Department. Volunteer today!
Join us for school field trips and fun at The Farm! We are looking for energetic adults who would like to share the wonders of the farm with local children.
Must be available during the work day. Dates and times will vary.
Apply online to become a volunteer.
Become part of an enthusiastic community that shares your passion. Volunteers are critical in all parts of the Transfort Department. Volunteer today!
Volunteers will work closely with the Transfort Travel Training Coordinator to help educate the community about Transfort services including MAX and FLEX.
Commit to at least 10 hours of volunteer service per year. Schedule varies based on event requests (busiest seasons are spring and summer).