Volunteer Opportunities

There are a variety of ways to get involved with the Billings Parks and Recreation Department.  Volunteer opportunities are available for individuals or large groups.  They range from one time service engagements to ongoing volunteer commitments.  Examples of volunteer projects include mulching park trees and grooming trails to assisting with special events.

Please check our online volunteer opportunity directory for a preview of some available opportunities. Volunteer opportunities change very quickly. In order to get the best list it would be best to contact Paul Reinhardt directly.

Paul Reinhardt    (406) 657-8308  reinhardtp@billingsmt.gov

Current Volunteer Opportunities

If you don’t see an opportunity that meets your needs, please email the Community Outreach and Engagement Coordinator at reinhardtp@billingsmt.gov to get matched with an experience that is right for you!

Volunteer Events

Arbor Day

Join The Parks and Recreation Department  for our Annual Arbor Day Celebration at North Park! Our Parks are home to over 10,000 trees! We understand the importance and many benefits that trees provide to our park users and community as a whole. From providing shade to storm water management, urban temperature regulation to increasing property values, trees have a larger impact on our everyday lives than we often recognize.

This year,  we will be holding two Arbor Day Celebrations. Our Spring Arbor Day is scheduled for May 12th and will consist of Tree Planting, volunteer projects, and park beautification projects.

Our Fall Arbor Day celebration will be held on September 23rd and consist of Educational Booths for SD2 fourth graders, the official Arbor Day Ceremony, and planting of the Arbor Day Tree.

Click HERE to Volunteer at Arbor Day

Refresh the Rims

The eighth annual Refresh the Rims will be held on October 17th, 2020. Come join Billings Parks and Recreation, Montana State University-Billings Outdoor Adventure Leadership Program and community members in an effort to improve one of our defining landmarks. The event begins at 9:30a with teams of volunteers fanning out throughout Swords Rimrock Park to clean up litter and debris form the park! Cleanup will conclude on or before 11:30a. To get involved, sign up for one of the event cleanup locations.  Volunteers will receive a t-shirt. This year, due to COVID-19, pre-registration is required. Volunteers will meet group leaders at the site locations to begin the cleanup. To view the available cleanup locations, or to sign up, click the link below.

 

 

 

 

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