Volunteer with the Recreation and Parks Department!

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We are always looking for extra hands....

Our Volunteer events are not just about earning service hours and helping out the community, but they give volunteers a chance to learn and gain skills they can apply to everyday life. Our volunteer events usually take place outdoors in beaches, parks and nature preserves! Volunteers will learn and discover hiking trails, wildlife, beaches, native plants and more!

Be the first to be notified by signing up for Volunteer Program Activities with our Notify Me- you'll receive emails about our events!  https://www.rpvca.gov/list.aspx..  Volunteers also have the choice to sign up by emailing us at volunteer@rpvca.gov .

Check out these Upcoming Volunteer Events!

We are looking for volunteers to help::

July 17 and August 14 for our Movies in the Park at City Hall, 5pm – 8:00 pm (movie starts soon after and you’re welcome to stay and enjoy!)

July 31 and August 28 for our Summer Concerts in the Park, at City Hall, 2pm – 7:30pm

Duties:   help set up the event, breakdown, help pick up trash to ensure event stays tidy.

 A snack will be provided and there will be food trucks if you want to purchase your own food. 

When you arrive at the event, please report to the staff volunteer coordinator.

 Sign up by emailing us at volunteer@rpvca.gov. - let us know which event you want to help with.

Beach Clean up day, August 21, 2021, 10 a.m. - Noon. Pelican Cove.  Sign up by emailing us at volunteer@rpvca.gov..

Please sign up early as space is limited.

Pics from Past Volunteer Events

Native Plant Garden Volunteer Event

Sundays:  August 15th, September 19th, October 17th, November 21st, December 19th
10 AM to Noon
Point Vicente Interpretive Center - Native Garden

31501 Palos Verdes Drive W

Rancho Palos Verdes, CA  

Come plant in the native garden at Point Vicente Interpretive Center. Enjoy a 180 degree ocean view while experiencing hands-on learning. Participants learn about native California plants and valuable gardening skills. All ages and skill levels are welcome. Close-toed shoes are required and please bring sunscreen and water. Bring gardening tools such as pruners, shovels, and gloves if you have them. To join us, RSVP to Megan Wolff via email.

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Los Serenos de Point Vicente Volunteer Opportunities

Interested in learning about the nature and history of the local area and sharing this knowledge by conducting tours of the Point Vicente Interpretive Center, Abalone Cove, Forrestal Preserve/Ladera Linda, and/or Ocean Trails at Trump National?

Don’t hesitate, sign up to become a Los Serenos Docent today!

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Join the Los Serenos on their monthly hikes.