Everyone loves the huggable Rufus Recycles, the friendly mascot for Environmental Services. volutneers are needed to be Rufus at special events. Volunteers must be at least 12 years old, between 5’3” - 6’ tall and not weigh more than 170 pounds.
This is a new program that the Frisco Water Division is taking on, and we need your help! Help reduce pollution (like chemicals, trash, fertilizers, yard waste) from entering storm drains and polluting our local water bodies by labeling storm drain inlets
with a special educational tile. You and/or your volunteer group will meet in a designated neighborhood with a City of Frisco employee who will demonstrate the procedure of placing tiles on storm drain inlets. All the necessary materials, as well as a map,
and tracking forms will be provided to help your group mark the remaining storm drains in that area.
The City of Frisco Volunteer Program is committed to promoting a mutually beneficial partnership between citizen volunteers and municipal departments. The program will provide the comprehensive coordination of volunteers to enhance municipal services while
offering citizens an opportunity to gain skills and positively impact their community.
Orientation for teen volunteers who will work daytime shifts during summer 2014 and/or night time event shifts during Spring and Summer 2014.
If you are new applicant and you are signing up for training, the actual summer shifts will not be visible to you until your application is processed. You can sign up for shifts once that has happened. Please allow 2-3 business days for pocessing.
The VolunTEEN Program is comprised of FAAB, or Frisco Action & Advisory Boards. It is a community service program that offers middle and high school students, grades 6-12, an opportunity for
civic involvement at Frisco Public Library. Students will receive credit hours for school or service organizations for their active involvement in the program.