Become a Volunteer
Volunteers are an integral part of Medina County Park District. They contribute time, energy, knowledge, and skills to enhance many of the programs and events that are offered and help to keep the parks clean and safe for everyone to enjoy. There are many volunteer opportunities to fit your passion for the parks.
Volunteering within the park district requires three steps:
- Fill out a Medina County Park District volunteer application. Applicants must be at least 18 years old. Click here for the application.
- Interview with the volunteer coordinator.
- Complete and pass a background and fingerprint check.
If you are interested in becoming a volunteer, click on the link to download the volunteer application or contact the volunteer coordinator at 330-239-4814 or email@example.com to have one sent to you. Send completed applications to the address listed.
Upon receipt of your application, you will be contacted to schedule a brief interview to become better acquainted with Medina County Park District and to discuss your interests and availability.
Group and One-time Volunteer Opportunities
Are you interested in donating your time and talents to Medina County Park District but do not want to make a long-term commitment? Medina County Park District is happy to offer group and one-time volunteer opportunities for those seeking to give back to the community. Projects vary by season and need from park staff. Below is a list of projects that groups or individuals have helped with in the past. If you are interested, please contact the volunteer coordinator to ask about opportunities that are happening within the parks by calling 330-239-4814 or e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Independent Park Cleanup
Park cleanups offer great flexibility in scheduling your group. Your group leaders will be in charge of facilitating your group with instructions provided by park district staff. You may perform your cleanup at any of our parks during posted hours. Your help is needed to ensure that this protected land is free of litter and debris that could threaten plants and wildlife. Cleanups involve picking up litter along the trails, ponds, and pavilions, moving small sticks or branches off trails, and alerting park staff to any maintenance issues.
Help remove invasive plant species in our parks during regularly-scheduled pulls in the early spring months. If left untreated, invasive plant species can take over an area in less than ten years, changing the dynamic of ecosystems and creating an unbalanced food chain with detrimental effects to native plant and wildlife species.
Natural resource department staff enlists the help of volunteer groups with tree plantings in various parks. Using seeds collected by long-term volunteers, our natural resource department was able to plant tens of acres of native tree species in 2012. We hope to continue to be able to plant native species with the help of group volunteers.
In addition to the above projects, groups have assisted park staff with trail maintenance and construction, building of bridges, and adoption of garden and wildlife habitat stations.
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