Community Volunteer

Community Volunteer Program

Images of volunteers demonstrating various project tasks
The goal of the Community Volunteer Program is to improve the quality of life for Glendale residents and volunteers through valuable public service projects.
Make a difference with one of these opportunities through the Community Engagement Division.  Volunteer today! 

  •  Community Builds
  • Glendale Serve Day 
  •  Rose Pruning  
  •  MLK Day of Service  
  • Adopt-A-Street
  •  Fruit Gleaning
  • Make a Difference Day
  • Partners 'N Parks
  •  Gardening Days
  • Park & Trail Cleanups
  • Neighborhood Beautification
  •  Family Volunteer Day

and more!!!
For more information on getting involved, please call the Community Volunteer Program Hotline at 623-930-2663 or email [email protected].

National Volunteer Week

National Volunteer Week, established in 1974, is an opportunity to recognize the impact of volunteers who help build stronger communities through selflessness. Each year, the city of Glendale takes pride in partnering with these individuals on volunteer projects throughout our neighborhoods. Join us in celebrating volunteers, recognizing their impact, and encouraging volunteerism in our community. To get involved, visit and search for the “Glendale Star Program” or the “Community Volunteer Program.”

News and Events

Volunteers are needed to help at vaccination sites!  As you may have heard, Arizona has opened vaccinations to everyone 16 and older. This has caused a huge drop om people stepping up to volunteer at vaccination sites-without these volunteers vaccination sites can't process as many people and thus it will take longer to get everyone vaccinated.  For more information or to volunteer, visit: