It takes a Village, and we rely on the energy and enthusiasm of community members to keep the Town the exceptional place it is. Volunteering is a great way to meet new people and help improve our community. There are always new opportunities to pitch in, but below are some of the easiest ways to get involved.
Boards and Commissions
Getting involved with our Boards and Commissions is a great way to provide input and volunteer in the community. View the boards and vacant positions on our Boards and Commissions page.
Town Clean Up Day
Each year, the Town hosts a community picnic and Town Clean Up Day in the early summer. It is a great way get involved, pitch in, and clean up the Village after the busy winter season.
Town Clean Up Day detailed information
Ice Age Discovery Center
Volunteers are needed at the town’s Ice Age Discovery Center located at the Snowmass Village Mall. You will be responsible for greeting guests and providing information on the discovery. Training is provided. Experience and or education in paleontology, history, or teaching is helpful, but not required. Email Sue Whittingham, Guest Services Supervisor for more information.
Adopt-A-Trail or Adopt-A-Park
If you prefer the outdoors, picking up litter along a trail or local park is a great way to get some exercise and beautify your town. Volunteers will help groom trails and parks by cutting back shrubs, mowing, or hedging during the summer months. Email Starr Jamison, Parks and Trails Manager for more information.
The Parks, Recreation, and Trails department hosts annual events such as the Bag-o-Weeds contest and the annual weed pull party. Find more details and get involved with this year’s events at Snowmass Recreation.
Help provide tender loving care to landscape planting throughout Snowmass Village. Volunteers will receive training on landscape maintenance and work one to two hours a week throughout the growing season. Email Starr Jamison, Parks and Trails Manager for more information.
Climbing Wall Attendants
The Snowmass Recreation Center will train and certify you to be an attendant at the climbing wall for the 2.5 hours of open climb offered during the week. Volunteers are free to use the wall for free if there aren’t any guests. Email Andy Worline, Director of Parks, Recreation and Trails for more information.
The Town of Snowmass Village hosts many different events during summer months and each event depends on excellent community volunteers. Contact the Tourism Department to find out what exciting events are coming up, and where you can pitch in.