Our patrol units assist our park users with day-to-day operations and emergencies. Volunteer on your own time (no set schedule), while personally enjoying the trails. It doesn't get better than that.
- Equestrian Trail Patrol
- Greenway Trail Patrol
Be a part of the Park Trail Patrol team at any of our county parks or greenways.
Duties and responsibilities
- Help provide a safe and enjoyable experience to all park visitors.
- Provide directions and help answer questions.
- Assist in an emergency if you are onsite.
- Carry a cell phone with you while on patrol to be accessible to visitor center contact.
- Must be 16 years old or older.
- Good physical fitness and customer service skills.
- Must provide your own equipment (snowshoes, bike, skis, etc.).
- Completion of all required training.
- Complete a background check with the county (if applicable).
- Free CPR/first aid training after you complete 15 hours of service (reimbursement).
- Great way to gather hours for school requirements or professional development.
- Set your own schedule and times.
The Park Trail Patrol team is a one-year commitment from Nov. 1–Oct. 31. You are able to set up when you go out and serve. Volunteers are asked to commit to at least 30 hours within the one-year commitment.
Volunteering for the Park Trail Patrol involves physical exertion for an extended period of time. It can involve rough, uneven or steep terrain. Not recommended for volunteers with physical limitations.
For more information contact Garrett Zaffke, community relations and volunteer services coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 651-438-4635.