Group Volunteer Opportunities

The City of Plano welcomes organizations and corporate groups who want to participate in ongoing opportunities or one-time projects and events. For more information, contact Corina Sadler at 972.941.7617.

Park / Creek Cleanups 

The Sustainability and Environmental Education Division offers several programs throughout the year to eliminate litter. For more information, visit Litter Cleanups.

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Animal Shelter Cleaning & Organizing

A maximum of 10 volunteers can work together. Groups will be scheduled during operation hours. Must be 18 years of age or older. For more information, email Rebecca Finberg or call 972.941.7627. 

Bank of America at Animal Shelter April 1 2017

Plano Cares 

The Plano Code Abatement by Residents Engaged in Service (CARES) connects local volunteers to residents in need of assistance with common property code violations. Project work days are scheduled for the 2nd Saturday of every month (except for May) from March through November. The majority of projects involve basic landscaping, tree trimming, minor fence repair, and small demolition projects (accessory building). Tools and equipment will be available on work days for volunteer use. For more information, please call 972.208.8150.

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Plano Community Garden (PCG)

Groups of 25 to - 50 people interested in a one-time volunteer opportunity at the garden can request a group volunteer date by completing the request form.

To learn more about the garden visit their  page


Plano's Adopt-A-Highway (AAH) Program provides local homeowner associations, businesses, civic organizations, churches, and schools the opportunity to make an impact on the cleanliness and appearance of our community. By accepting the responsibility and leadership of the assigned roadway, your group is not only increasing awareness of litter issues and the impact of beautification efforts, but also demonstrating a positive behavior of local pride and ownership of Plano. Learn more.

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Love Where You Live

The City of Plano’s Love Where You Live (LWYL) program utilizes volunteers to provide minor home maintenance and repair service with a key focus on safety issues in the home. Many of our residents who need assistance include elderly on fixed incomes, veterans, single moms, and families with children or adults with disabilities. Homes are available for adoption now. For more information, email David Powell, call 972.208.8150, or visit Love Where You Live.