Looking for a great way to be part of your community and offer your services as well? Become a volunteer! The City of Paso Robles is always in need of volunteers to do everything from clerical tasks and library help to community patrol with the Police Department and membership on various committees. Without volunteers, the City would be unable to offer the quality or quantity of services it now enjoys. Volunteers are vital to our organization. Be part of it!
Please note: As part of the application process, all volunteers who work in positions of authority are fingerprinted at the Public Safety Center; there is no charge to volunteers.
The Adopt-A-Street Program is a fun and worthwhile program that gives individuals, companies, schools or organizations an opportunity to adopt a City street and beautify a part of Paso Robles in partnership with the City. Adoption requires litter pickup on a section of street at least once a month for one year. This is a great way to promote community pride and goodwill within your organization, and among family and friends. For more information on the Adopt-A-Street program or to sign up, visit the Adopt-A-Street page.
The City has many advisory bodies composed of dedicated community members who provide important input to the City Council regarding issues affecting the community at large as well as specific groups or interests such as senior citizens, teens, the library and the airport.
To learn more about the committees, check out the City Council Advisory Bodies page. It includes the purpose of each committee, when they meet and the terms of office.
To find out which committees will have vacancies due to term expiration during the year, download the following document, Advisory Committee Vacancies. This document is updated once a year per the Maddy Act and does not reflect those vacancies created by any other means (resignation, etc.) To apply for a committee, download and fill out the Advisory Committee Application [pdf:81k/1pp] and return it to the Office of the City Clerk. For questions regarding any vacancies, contact the City Clerk's Office at 237-3960.
The library volunteer program is a two-to-four-hours-per-week, one-year commitment for adults that provides for a broader learning experience in many areas of library service, from "up front and personal" to "behind the scenes." Teen volunteers help with the reading incentive program each summer. Wherever you choose to serve, volunteering in the library will bring you learning opportunities, camaraderie, challenges, and fun! For more information, visit the Library Services Volunteer page.
Library Foundation - BookPlates! Gala Auction Fundraiser
Volunteers are needed to help with the Paso Robles Library Foundation's 4th Annual Gala Auction Fundraiser, BookPlates!, on Saturday, November 14, 2015 from 6:00-9:00 p.m. This unique event will feature the work of over 45 locally and nationally known artists using large ceramic plates (BookPlates!) as the canvas or base for their creations, a grazing menu created by wine country chef Jeff Wiesinger with wine and beer by J Lohr and Firestone Walker, and upbeat Brazilian funk and jazz tunes entertainment provided by Human Nation. Register to volunteer by downloading and completing this application. For more information, please contact Volunteer Coordinator Suzanne Robitaille at 805-237-3870.
PASO ARTSFEST celebrates the visual, musical and environmental arts each Memorial Day Weekend in Paso Robles, California. It takes over 200 volunteers to put this amazing event together and we value each one! If you have any questions, please contact Suzanne, 237-3870, or firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information about volunteering for this event visit www.PasoArtFest.com.
If you have the time, we have a job for you! The Paso Robles Police Department volunteers come from all walks of life, from professionals that are still in the workforce to retired senior citizens. Volunteers perform many important functions. Their participation allows police officers and other criminal justice employees to spend more time conducting proactive law enforcement activities...more »
Recreation, Senior Center, and Special Events
Opportunities to make a difference in the Recreation division are endless - including assisting with special events, such as the Kite Fest. If you love the water, assist with swim lessons and life guarding at Centennial Pool...more »