The Wood County Park District is always looking for volunteers!
If you can share a few hours with us, we have a volunteer opportunity that is right for you.
Read our Volunteer Handbook for more information and helpful references.
Types of Volunteer Opportunities
One-Time Opportunities: Help improve your parks and the environment by helping with an assortment of opportunities. No experience is needed; everyone is welcome to help. Click here to sign up for one-time volunteer programs.
Long Term: Adopt-A-Park, Adopt-A-Garden, and Adopt-A-Trail (portion of the Slippery Elm Trail) and more. Please call (419) 353-1897 for more information about these great opportunities.
Group: Groups may sign up for one-time opportunities. Stewardship volunteer programs can also be set up for Scouting Groups, Master Gardener service hours, or community groups. Please contact Eric Scott, Stewardship Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (419) 661-5113 for more information.
Volunteer Applications are required. Please download and print the form, or request a packet from volunteer services at the Park District Headquarters. (419) 353-1897
Volunteer Background Check – coming soon!
Individual Volunteer Time Sheet – for reoccurring volunteer activities. Please fill this out and submit when full, or at the end of each year.
Information about the Ohio Certified Volunteer Naturalist program is coming soon.
For more information about our volunteer program, please call 419-353-1897.
If a background check is required for your service click below:
Visit our new Volunteer page and database. This is a soft opening for the online database which will officially launch in November, 2018. We are collecting feedback through October, 2018. Thank you for helping us improve!