Become a Park Volunteer
ParkourOne Volunteer is needed to collect waivers from participants, follow the group and answer questions from the public. Shift is 6pm to 8pm.
Toddler TuesdaysTwo Volunteers are needed on Tuesdays from 3/24 – 5/26 to help with various story-time activities. Shifts are 9:30am – 12:30pm.
Chipotle Music & Movie SeriesTwo Volunteers are needed to help staff a marketing table to distribute programming brochures and collect email addresses for the park’s weekly e-blast. Shift is 7pm to 8:30pm.
Screen on the GreenThree Volunteers are needed to help set up the Discovery Green Information booth, greet guests as they enter the park, help guide seating on the hill, and help staff the Info booth to distribute brochures, sell merchandise and collect email addresses for the park’s weekly e-blast. Shift is 6-8pm.
Discovery Green FleaVolunteers are needed to help set up a Discovery Green Info booth, give information out to vendors and patrons, and to help in other various ways as necessary. Volunteers are needed before, during and after the Flea Market. Shifts are 10am - 12pm, 12pm – 2pm, 2pm – 4pm and 4pm - 6pm.
Recycling SaturdaysRecycling at Discovery Green takes place every Saturday from 10am to 2pm. Recycling volunteers help patrons take items out of their cars so they don’t have to park to recycle. Volunteers will also help ensure that the items are put into the correct recycling bins. Volunteers choose between two shifts: 11am - 12:30pm or 12:30pm - 2pm.
Signature EventsThere are a variety of Signature Events at the park. They are generally held on Fridays and Saturdays in the Spring and Fall. Each one is different and unique, so volunteer duties will vary.
General Volunteer InformationVolunteers should arrive about 10-15 minutes before their shift to allow time to go into the office, meet the Discovery Green volunteer leader, get a Volunteer T-shirt and instructions. Parking is $1.50 per hour at the meters around the park Monday through Saturday (and free after 6 p.m.). Parking lots are about $5.00 and up. Always read the posted signs, which supersede any instruction from park staff.