The Morrisville Town Council adopted a proclamation declaring 2009 as the "Year of Volunteerism." Part of the proclamation states that "Morrisville's volunteers uphold the highest standards of civic duty, donating their time, energy, and talents to provide a higher quality of life for Morrisville residents." Volunteers are vital to many of Morrisville's programs and processes. We offer a variety of opportunities to get involved in your community through volunteerism.
Fill out an interest form now for any of the opportunities listed below!
Advisory committees and boards offer citizens a chance to be involved in the Town's decision-making processes, by directly advising the Town Council. Committees generally meet once each month.
The Morrisville Fire Department offers Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) training, free of charge! This program educates people about disaster preparedness for hazards that may impact their area and trains them in basic disaster response skills.
Litter Sweep is a volunteer event that involves getting the community together to gather litter from the sidewalks, roads, parks, etc. We generally hold two each year, one on the spring and fall, on a Saturday from 9am-12pm.
Outdoor/Facility Maintenance, Landscaping, etc.
Assist with outdoor projects such as mulching and planting at the Town's parks, cleaning and painting playground equipment, and painting community facilities.
Assist at various special events such as Taste of Morrisville, Halloween Spooktacular, Independence Day Pancake Breakfast, etc.
Teach Morrisville's youth the value of good sportsmanship, and get them involved in an active lifestyle by coaching or assisting with youth baseball, softball, basketball, soccer or cricket. No coaching experience is required, training is provided.