- Meet people who share your interests
- Gain skills and experience for employment opportunities
- Explore new career areas & practice a new skill
- Earn school credit
- Set a positive example for others
(Please note: If you will be working with children, a background check will be required.)
Log your hours in the Volunteer Login Portal.
updated: Wednesday, November 09, 2016
Meet our volunteer spotlight, Jill Jewell! Jill was nominated by a staff member, who recognized her for her contributions to the inspections department. The sentiments were echoed by staff in other departments where Jill donates her time and talents. She is a vital part of the city and we are thankful have her on the team! Check out her Q&A...
updated: Wednesday, November 16, 2016
Become actively involved in your community, share ideas and learn about city government by volunteering as a representative on one of the city commissions. Adult and student volunteers both welcome and wanted. For more information or to request an application, please call 952.924.2525 or go to www.stlouispark.org/boards-commissions.html.
updated: Thursday, September 01, 2016
The St. Louis Park Fire Department would like to remind homeowners and businesses with fire hydrants on (or near) their property to please shovel the snow around the fire hydrant after each snowfall and keep the hydrant clear of overgrowth of plants during the summer.
There are about 1,700 fire hydrants in St. Louis Park, and while we will have a crew of firefighters removing the snow, they cannot clean all of them in a timely manner. Protect your family and neighbors when seconds count by becoming a Hydrant Hero!
To adopt a hydrant, go to hydranthero.org. Choose a hydrant, click on the “Adopt me” link, and fill out the registration form – you can even give your hydrant a name!
Questions can be directed to Assistant Chief Cary Smith at 952.924.2171 or Lieutenant Eva Hansen at 952.924.2599.