Volunteer with the Paulding County Park District

For a better community.

“We make a living by what we get. We make a life by what we give.”

– Winston Churchill

You can join our team of volunteers and make a positive impact in area parks.

You might remove invasive plants, adopt a trail, help with maintenance, construction, or help with community outreach!

If you have time and a talent to share, we’d love to have you be a part of the crew!

Perhaps you belong to a group that wants to work on a project and have a workday in one of the parks?

We can offer a variety of projects that will have a positive impact on the environment and your community.

Volunteer Opportunities

Adopt a Park

Do you have a favorite park? Adopt the one that has a soft spot in your heart. You’ll be the eyes and ears for your assigned park. Adopt-a-park volunteers are active March – November, and in charge of collecting litter, reporting damage, and assessing park needs, etc..

We need your good judgement so that we can continue to keep our parks safe, green and clean!

Community Engagement

Do you like to write and have interest in creating a quarterly digital newsletter to spread the good word about Paulding County Parks and the work taking place within them?

We’d love to have someone to help with this outreach!

Construction & Maintenance

If you know which is the business-end of a hammer and enjoy building projects, mowing, and working outside on your schedule, this is the job for you.

You could be the go-to person for any number of special projects or bring some ideas of your own!

Cleanup Days

Several times a year the Park Board promotes park clean up days where the community is encouraged to come out and visit a park, spend some time working on projects lined up for that park and overall improving the park facility.

Every visit to a park brings new things to see and discover! Its proven that time spent outside sparks creativity, reduces stress, increases physical and mental wellness and contributes to the livability of a community.

Visit a park today and see for yourself!

Go outside and play!