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Volunteer Opportunities

Group of volunteers at tree planting eventVolunteers have invested hundreds of hours into Douglas County facilities, programs and services. Thank you!

Whether you have a little or a lot of time, you can give back to your community please visit the links before for volunteer opportunities in Douglas County.

Click here to sign up for Open Space, Parks & Trails, and Fair and Rodeo volunteer opportunities.

April is Volunteer Month!

You give more than you take in Douglas County – we see that every year in the thousands of you who volunteer in various capacities to keep our community safe, joyful and beautiful.

In this spirit, at their regularly scheduled Business Meeting April 9, your Board of Douglas County Commissioners formally recognized April as National Volunteer Month, April 21-27 as National Volunteer Week and proclaimed a “Dougnad” volunteer season.

What is “Dougnad”?

Dougnad is based upon a Norwegian tradition known as “dugnad.” Dugnad is best described as a community day or service event where work is performed as part of a social gathering.

Called to serve? Join with your family and community to make a difference in 2024

No matter your age or ability, you’re invited to be a part of one or many local volunteer events this month including:

Adopt-A-Road Program

Join our team of volunteers who help keep Douglas County beautiful and safe by picking up litter along our roadways.

Adopt a Road Program

Aging Resources

It's fun, easy, and most importantly - life changing! You are able to reach out to those who need you most and make a friend in the process. We have many ways to serve, flexible hours, and great training. So, come on, join us!

Join us

Citizen Advisory or External Boards, Committees and Commissions

Looking for a volunteer opportunity that also directly serves your community? Serve on one of our many Citizen Advisory or External Boards, Committees and Commissions.

Boards and Commissions

Open Space

Volunteers have contributed so much energy to enhance our open space properties. Shrubs and trees at trailheads and in restoration areas were probably planted by volunteers. When you sit on a bench or refer to a directional sign along a trail, realize that they were probably installed for you by volunteers.

Are you thinking of volunteering?


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Dougnad

Dougnad is based upon a Norwegian tradition known as “dugnad.” Dugnad is best described as a community day or service event where work is performed as part of a social gathering.

Volunteer Now

Parks Volunteer Program

Feed your passion for the outdoors, and desire to give back to your local neighborhood park or trail.

Volunteer Now