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Ongoing Volunteer Opportunities
Keep Roseville parks clean and its gardens blooming! If you’d like to join this great team of volunteers who help keep our parks such a stellar community resource, contact Volunteer Coordinator Rachel Boggs. We still have a few spots to fill.
Arboretum Green Team
Join the team of volunteers who assure that the Arboretum’s public gardens are picture perfect. Help weed and maintain this spectacular free public space. Join us weekly or as your schedule permits throughout the season.
Concerts in the Park
Volunteers are needed to serve as Concert Host(s) at Central Park. We have an amazing array of local talent providing free music at a great outdoor venue – no better way to enjoy a Minnesota summer! Volunteer hosts assist in unlocking and locking the building, helping set up the stage with chairs and microphones, and making announcements. Five-concert minimum requested.
HANC Front Desk
Help keep Roseville’s beautiful Harriet Alexander Nature Center open and accessible to the public. Staff the front desk, greet visitors, answer questions in person and over the phone, and assist with general tasks. Three-hour shifts preferred.
Natural Resources Renewal Program Leaders
Roseville’s Natural Resources Renewal (NRR) Program has volunteer opportunities for everyone, regardless of skills, knowledge or time available. In addition to event volunteers, NRR is seeking volunteers to serve as Sector Leaders and Constellation Captains
Sector Leaders: Sector Leaders are lead volunteers who assist in management of the Natural Resource Program by providing direction to other volunteers and projects within their sector (roughly ¼ of the city). Sector Leaders serve as liaisons to the Parks Superintendent and work with constellation captains to ensure that natural resource management efforts within their sector are coordinated, effective and safe.
Constellation Captains: Constellation Captains assist with management of the Natural Resource Program by providing monitoring and status reports regarding natural resource issues in their designated constellation (roughly ½ mile in size). Captains will recommend volunteer initiatives and lead safe and effective volunteer events within their constellation.
Help keep Roseville’s parks and those visiting safe by reporting any misuse of park property. Volunteer park patrolers also provide assistance to park patrons by answering questions about the parks. Volunteers patrol Roseville parks by bicycle, inline skates, on foot, or with the use of an ATV and golf cart.
Serve our community and help keep Roseville safe. Reserve officers supplement police patrol operations and work in a uniformed capacity alongside Roseville sworn officers. An excellent opportunity for students pursuing a career in law enforcement.