Volunteer Signups Open for Community Service Day 2023
The City of Pleasant Hill is ready to send a wave of volunteers out to handle over a dozen projects for the annual Community Service Day.
Volunteers of all ages are needed for a myriad of projects, from refurbishing donated bikes to helping clean up Ellinwood Creek. A reminder though - children under the age of 16 will need to be accompanied by a parent or adult guardian.
To see the list of projects and sign up, go to our Signup Genius page or use the QR code below.
Volunteers are asked to come to Pleasant Hill Park on Sept 23 for a complimentary breakfast provided by the Lion's Club, sign or drop off waivers, and get their volunteer t-shirts. Shirts will be available while supplies last.
About Community Service Day
Launched in 2005 by Mayor Michael Harris and coordinated by the Civic Action Commission, CSD is a day where members of the community of all ages come together to volunteer their time for a variety of worthy causes and projects.
Over the past 16 years, more than 43,000 volunteer hours have been logged to improve the Pleasant Hill community. Together we have:
Cleaned up neighborhoods, schools, parks, and creeks
Planted scores of beautiful trees
Landscaped parks and organic gardens
Repaired over 1,000 bicycles for donation to children
Donated blood to save dozens of lives
Collected over 26 tons of food for the Food Bank of Contra Costa & Solano