28 Standing Boards & Committees
The City of Springfield seeks volunteers for 28 standing boards and commissions covering a range of topics and areas of expertise. Read more or apply online in the Boards section.
The City’s Traffic Engineering Department depends on volunteer groups to assist in keeping the city’s roadways cleared of litter. The Adopt-A-Street Program recognizes groups that adopt at least a half-mile of arterial and collector streets for clean-up at least three times a year.
Volunteers fill a number of roles at the Art Museum including docents to lead tours to the “Friends” group that supports exhibitions and programs.
The Springfield-Greene County Park Board uses volunteers in a variety of roles ranging from accessibility programs to the Dickerson Park Zoo. Applications are ongoing.
The City’s Stormwater Engineering Division is currently looking for a volunteer group for its Adopt-a-Stream program. The volunteers are asked to perform periodic cleanups and report any unusual activity that could indicate a pollution discharge. Several stream sections are currently available for adoption.
For more information, call: 417-864-1996, or review the program brochure.
The Springfield-Greene County Health Department is seeking “Community Heroes” - volunteers who serve a variety of roles such as the “Fight the Flu” campaign, clerical support, health education and more. Applications are ongoing.