All Gilbert municipal buildings, aside from Gilbert Municipal Court and Gilbert Police Department’s main station are closed to the public until further notice. For the latest updates and information on Gilbert’s response to COVID-19, also known as coronavirus, visit


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During this critical time, Gilbert understands that there are many community members asking 

How can I help?

We are so thankful for those looking to help during this time of need. Gilbert’s Neighbor 2 Neighbor program is one way you can help our community. You can also try reaching out to local nonprofit organizations directly or utilizing a free volunteer match service to find more ways to help. Thank you for helping your community. We’ll get through this together.

Community Volunteer Opportunities

Please note, at this time some organizations are limiting volunteer activity due to the public health crisis, please review their individual websites directly for the need.


Boards and Commissions

Volunteers who serve on Gilbert’s Boards and Commissions play an important role in developing and sustaining our community. Our volunteers dedicate countless hours every year, lending their time and talents to help make Gilbert a better place to live, work and play. Some board and commission members apply professional or technical skills, while others simply bring a passion for Gilbert and a willingness to work as part of a team. Whatever board or commission they serve on, members are making a difference in their community

For more information: Current Boards and Commissions Openings

Court Ordered Community Service

Must be 18 years or older to participate.

Court ordered community service is available to individuals on an appointment basis only. Tasks include litter removal, cleaning picnic sites and equipment, painting and other maintenance duties. Physical labor is required. Work is conducted outdoors and under the supervision of Park staff. Scheduling is on-line only and managed by following this link: Town of Gilbert Volunteers, click here.

Eagle Scout Projects

Prospective Eagle Scouts- We encourage you to visit park sites in the community and see what needs improvement. The town does not have a “standing list” of projects.  An internet search can also yield many project ideas.  When you have decided on a project, submit your ideas to the Town staff listed below that can coordinate your Eagle Scout project.

Contact: Jennifer Lauria, 480-503-6234 or
Sign-up on-line: Parks & Recreation Volunteer (please reference Eagle Scout Projects)

Fire and Rescue Department

Volunteer Opportunities
To discover volunteer opportunities with the Fire and Rescue Department click here.

Contact: 480-503-6325

Sign-up on-line: Fire Volunteer Application

Parks & Recreation

Opportunities are available for volunteer groups and organizations, such as churches, schools, businesses, families, or individuals. Some of the opportunities that we offer are park projects to include painting, park beautification, trail maintenance, playground cleaning and maintenance, and other tasks. New ideas and suggestions are welcome. Please feel free to contact us to schedule an appointment.

Volunteer opportunities include:  

  • Facilities
  • Riparian Preserve at Water Ranch
  • Special Events
  • Special Needs
  • Youth Sports
  • Special Needs
  • Park/Trail Clean up
  • Court Ordered Community Service
For more information: Parks & Recreation Volunteer

Police Department

All Department Volunteer Opportunities
  • Citizens On Patrol Volunteer
  • Crisis Support Unit
  • Crime Prevention/Community Outreach

Contact: 480-635-7711
Sign-up on-line: Police Volunteer Interest Form

For more information: Police Department Volunteer

Cadets Program

Contact: 480-503-6500
Sign-up on-line: Police Volunteer Interest Form (please reference Cadets Program)

Gilbert Police Cadets
75 E Civic Center Dr.
Gilbert, AZ 85296

For more information: Gilbert Police Department - Cadets Program

Youth and Adult Resources

Contact: 480-635-7700
Sign-up on-line: Police Volunteer Interest Form (please reference Youth and Adult Resources)

For more information: Gilbert Police Department - Youth and Adult Resources

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The Town of Gilbert does not discriminate against any individual or program applicant on the basis of race, religion, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, age, handicap, familial status or national origin.