General Park Maintenance
Individuals, children, families and groups use and enjoy Clark County parks everyday. Volunteers can help clean and maintain our parks. By becoming a Park Hero, volunteers can help beautify and enhance the community's parks.
Duties and responsibilities
Volunteers will help care for Clark County parks by cleaning signs and play equipment, removing litter and other debris, spreading and raking playground chips, weeding and removing leaves.
Park Heroes also will keep a look out for and report any hazards, damage or vandalism.
Volunteers will track and regularly submit their hours to the Volunteer Program Coordinator.
Volunteers must be comfortable working outside, sometimes on uneven ground and rugged trails, and be willing to get a little dirty. They should be ready to show Initiative and work independently, as well as to follow directions as needed.
This work requires lifting, balancing, walking, stooping, bending and handling materials. Volunteers should be able to lift up to 25 pounds and work outside during heat, cold and rain.
Volunteers should be prepared to interact and communicate with the public in a professional manner that reflects positively on their organization and Clark County.
Volunteers should wear closed-toed shoes and long pants while working.
All Clark County parks.
Volunteers typically work 2-4 hour shifts, with considerable flexibility to select days and times to work.
All ages can participate, but youth 13 and younger must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. Teenagers 14 to 17 will need a signed Minor Consent Form (PDF) to participate without a parent or guardian.
Volunteer application and background check
Both are required, unless volunteering at a pre-planned group event.
This is great opportunity to get outside and make a difference in our parks. Helping beautify and improve county parks is a great way to socialize while enhancing our community.
Volunteer Program Coordinator
Clark County Public Works