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ADULT Volunteer Opportunities

Adults ages 18 and over are invited to apply for the following volunteer opportunities.  Not over 18?  Click here for the Youth applications.  

Apply specifically for the Animal Care Facility or Library branches, or complete a General application for all other departments or for help with placement.  

Available applications:

           Recreation, Fire, Police, Public Works, and all other departments not listed

           below; location varies depending on assignment

          130 Beyer Way, Chula Vista

365 F Street, Chula Vista

South Branch: 389 Orange Avenue, Chula Vista
*Please note: The Eastlake Library is not currently accepting applications as the branch relocates.

Animal Care Facility
Volunteer assignments may include the care and feeding of animals, exercising animals, assisting the public with adoptions, fostering animals, and performing clerical work and providing general maintenance of the Shelter.

 

Fire Department
CAST, the Citizen’s Adversity Support Team, is jointly operated by the Fire Department and the Police Department. CAST assist fellow citizens during crisis situations. Members of the CAST team are required to attend specialized training for four months and are required to be on-call for emergencies.

CERT, the Community Emergency Response Team, meets monthly to organize and train in emergency preparedness. Volunteers assist the Chula Vista Fire Department, should the Fire Chief request assistance during a disaster. CERT members attend a 24-hour academy over several days. Volunteers must be at least 18 years old and reside or work in the City of Chula Vista.


Police Department
The Police Department has numerous volunteer opportunities including general police support in the office, Explorer Scouts, Mounted Police, Police Reserve, Senior Volunteer Patrol (SVP), and Graffiti Abatement.

The Chula Vista Police Reserve, a volunteer organization comprised of academy trained Police Reserve Officers, augments the department by assisting with routine patrol functions, special events, and Traffic and Bicycle team. Reserve officers are required to complete the Police Academy for POST ceritfication (or must be 3/4 complete at time of application).

Library
Volunteers assist in the three branches of the library, Heritage Museum and through the Friends of the Library. Volunteers assist with audiovisual equipment, the delivery of books to those who are homebound, the binding and repair of books, and many other related tasks.

Recreation
Volunteers are needed for recreation classes, including coaching winter and summer youth sports, pool supervisors, and working with our communities; senior population. Department volunteers help with operations and can assist in activities.

Most City departments use volunteers.  If you do not see the department you wish to volunteer for listed, please complete the General Application and indicate your preference.

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