Volunteer Opportunities

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Looking for ways to be involved in your City?

The City of Englewood has a number of volunteer opportunities available. If you are interested in volunteering in any of these areas, please follow the links below for details and contact information.

  • Boards & Commissions - the City of Englewood has 18 boards and commissions made up of volunteer members. Board and commission members act in an advisory role to City Council on issues ranging from planning and zoning to cultural arts to library programming.
  •  Community Garden - Plot holders volunteer a minimum of 15 hours per season and participate in committees designed to maximize the garden's potential
  • Library - the Englewood Public Library uses volunteer help for a variety of activities and events.
  • Malley Center - the Malley Senior Recreation Center is happy to have volunteer assistance with activities like VOA lunches, programs, and special events.
  • Parks - Love to garden? Consider Englewood's "Adopt a Garden" program and put your skills to work in one of our neighborhood parks.
  • Police Department - Englewood's Police Department recruits volunteers to help with activities like graffiti removal, the Police Citizens Academy, and the Community Emergency Response Team.
  • Recreation Center - the Englewood Recreation Center staff can always use assistance with community events like FunFest and other recreational and sports programs.