Volunteers are fundamental to Pueblo Parks and Recreation!
Volunteers positively impact our parks by providing important services, assisting with special projects and building up our community without a negative financial impact. Volunteers achieve a sense of community pride for supporting one of Pueblo’s greatest resources. We have several volunteer opportunities available with Pueblo's Park and Recreation Department.
The City of Pueblo Parks and Recreation Volunteer Program office is located in City Park. The Parks and Recreation Volunteer Program is able to offer a variety of volunteer opportunities for anyone.
Clean-Ups: Includes trash and debris removed at specific locations around the City of Pueblo, within the Parks and on the Trails. Anyone can organize a clean-up for any of the Parks or Trails just contact the Volunteer Coordinator.
Adopt a Park/Trail/Streetscape: Allows businesses, non-profit organizations, families and individuals, volunteer groups and neighborhood associations the option of volunteering or contributing funds to maintain and adopt any of Pueblos Parks, Trails, or Streetscapes.
Clerical: Volunteering to answer phones, do filings or perform secretary duties within the Volunteer Program, the Parks and Recreation Department or Community organizations.
Community Events: Set up and break down events for the Volunteer Program, help with volunteer registration and be a ticket taker.
Elite Volunteer: Thru a continued effort with Pueblo Parks and Recreation Volunteer Program it is possible to be an elite volunteer leading groups of six or more volunteers. Contact the Volunteer Coordinator to learn about the many volunteer opportunities available.
All volunteer positions and events from the Pueblo Parks and Recreation Volunteer Program are also listed on the website calendar and newsfeed sections. Volunteer today!
Check out some of available opportunities or contact our Volunteer Coordinator, Nathaniel Evans, by email, email@example.com, or phone 719-553-2810. Thank you for donating your time to help Pueblo Parks and Recreation!