Volunteers are an essential resource for the City of Southlake and contribute thousands of service hours each year. Volunteers serve in many capacities around the City, including at the Library, in the Senior Center, and with Public Safety. In addition, volunteers serve on Boards and Commissions.
Volunteer Southlake aims to provide meaningful, engaging, and rewarding volunteer experiences to youth and adult volunteers. Serving as a volunteer is an investment in the community and provides additional benefits to volunteers, such as building relationships with others, developing new skill sets, and enriching the mind and body.
Our goal is to make your volunteer experience with us as rewarding as possible. We have many year-round and seasonal opportunities from which you can choose.
Volunteer at Champions Club or at the Senior Activity Center at Legends Hall. Help monitor the indoor playground, sanitize equipment, help with special events and other activities! Volunteers play a crucial role in the success of The Marq Southlake.
Camp Mania volunteers assist with daily activities while interacting and monitoring the kids attending camp. This is a great opportunity for volunteers who are enthusiastic and enjoy working with kids. There are several week-long and Day Break Camp Mania sessions held throughout the year.
Volunteer with the Community Services Department and help us put on world-class events! We have incredible programs throughout the year, including the Sweetheart Dance, Monarch Festival, Breakfast with Santa and more! These events are advertised as needed throughout the year.
City of Southlake Volunteer Opportunities
Southlake Public Library
The Southlake Public Library provides an assortment of services and events for Southlake Residents. Volunteer to maintain materials and assist with various projects.
Minimum age: 13
Metroport Teen Court
Teen Court is a "hands on" educational opportunity which allows teen offenders and teen volunteers to better understand the justice system. Teen Court accepts teen and adult volunteers to serve as jurors, attorneys, monitors, and assistants.
Minimum Age: 12
Southlake Town Hall
Southlake Town Hall offers volunteer opportunities in various City Departments. These volunteer opportunities are advertised as needed throughout the year. Examples of the volunteer activities include general office assistants and helping with special projects.
Minimum age: 15
Police and Fire Departments
The Police and Fire Departments offer adult volunteer programs that include: Volunteers in Police Service (VIPS), Fire Rehab and Citizens on Patrol (COP). Members must complete the Southlake Citizens Academy class prior to becoming a member of any of these service programs. The City of Southlake offers internship opportunities that are limited to college students seeking academic credit.
Must be 18 or older to attend Citizens Academy
The City hosts many special events during the year, including Stars & Stripes, Home for the Holidays, and many more. Volunteers are critical to the success of each of these events.