Due to COVID-19 restrictions, some volunteer positions may be unavailable. Contact the appropriate city office for details.
Get involved in our community!
As a volunteer, you will:
- Develop new skills
- Learn about the city
- Strengthen your community
- Have fun!
Residents can apply for vacancies on any city board, commission, authority, or committee. The city clerk's office will accept applications for vacancies from early December through January 31. City council reviews the applications and conducts interviews in February. Council makes appointments in March and terms begin April 1.
Only residents may serve on a city board, commission or authority (except the Transportation Mobility Board). Direct questions to the city clerk's office at 303-795-3753.
Volunteers provide vital support to the operations of Bemis Library. Volunteer opportunities may include:
- General clerical and reception.
- Check in books and shelve materials.
- Receive and process new books.
Also at Bemis Library:
For more information, call Bemis Library at 303-795-3961.
Learn about judicial services when you volunteer with the Littleton Municipal Court. Develop new skills, have fun, and participate in meaningful innovation. Volunteer opportunities may include:
- Littleton Defensive Driving School Administrator
- Reception and court check-in (Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays)
- Jury Trial Bailiff (Fridays)
- General Clerical (Monday - Friday, 8am-4pm)
For more information, contact the court administrator at 303-795-3837
For more than 50 years, the Littleton Museum has created exhibits, events, and programs that provide immersive experiences in history, art, culture. Volunteers serve as the Museum’s ambassadors to our visitors. Volunteer opportunities may include:
- Front desk receptions
- School group greeters
- Living history interpreters
- Collections and research
For more information about volunteer opportunities, please call 303-795-3950.
Littleton's Immigrant Resources Center at Bemis Library assists immigrants with language and citizenship.
Volunteer opportunities may include:
- Support staff for the Center.
- Help an immigrant prepare for their naturalization examination.
- Language partners
- Assist with workshops & events.
- Grant writing support.
For more information, call the Immigrant Resources Center at 303-795-3968.
The Littleton Police Department Victim Services unit provides crisis intervention, support, and appropriate referrals to victims of crime and traumatic events within the city of Littleton.
Volunteer for a WWW event! Volunteerism and support from the community make Western Welcome Week a success year after year. Volunteer opportunities may include:
- Office work
- Pancake breakfast
- Silent auction
- Arts and crafts festival
- and MORE!
Become a volunteer — complete Volunteer Participation Form at Western Welcome Week.