Volunteer Opportunities

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Volunteering is a rich and rewarding experience that allows you to connect with your community and neighbors. It’s a great way to meet new friends, have a sense of accomplishment, and grow as a person - plus, it’s a lot of fun!

At the City of Beavercreek, we value our volunteers and thank them immensely for giving their time and unique skills to make Beavercreek a wonderful place to live, work, and explore. The city relies on the generosity of our volunteers to assist with many events and projects throughout the year. There are no special qualifications required to become a volunteer. Whatever your interest may be, there’s almost always a way you can help!

Parks, Recreation & Culture Division

Make a difference in your community by volunteering for Beavercreek’s Parks, Recreation & Culture Division. Sharing your valuable time is a great way to help maintain and improve our parks! From one-time projects to ongoing opportunities, Beavercreek’s parks division can provide you with a rewarding and satisfying experience. For additional information, call (937) 427-5514 or email parks@beavercreekohio.gov

Senior Center

The Senior Center provides many opportunities to those looking to volunteer. The center prides itself with more than 150 dedicated volunteers. Volunteers are essential to day-to-day operations of the Senior Center and serve as transportation drivers and escorts, front desk aides, class and activity leaders, fitness room attendants, librarians, cooks and servers, and various other roles. If you are interested in volunteering, you can complete an application and meet with staff to discuss your interests and available opportunities by calling (937) 426-6166 or emailing seniorcenter@beavercreekohio.gov. To fill out a volunteer application for the Beavercreek Senior Center, click here

Beavercreek Police Department

Volunteer for the Beavercreek Police Department by becoming a member of Citizens on Preventive Patrol (COPP). COPP is a group of private citizens that assist Beavercreek Police officers. Volunteers are trained in police procedures in classes taught by police personnel, COPP volunteers, and representatives from various agencies connected with law enforcement.

Boards and Commissions 

Looking for a way to be more involved with the City of Beavercreek? Consider becoming a member of a city board or commission. The initial step in getting involved is attending an upcoming meeting of the Commission you are interested in to learn more about their work and meet current members. Visit the Board and Commissions page to learn about each of the commission’s responsibilities.