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Volunteer Services: City Opportunities

Discover our volunteer opportunities, unique service groups, and other opportunities in League City!

Volunteer Services: City Opportunities

The City of League City has many opportunities to become involved in your community!

Animal Shelter

There are so many ways to help us save lives every day at League City Animal Care – ranging from direct animal care, assisting adopters, pet training programs and play groups, clerical assistance, and more!

For applications and more information, visit the League City Animal Care Volunteer page.

Citizen Police Academy

The Citizen Police Academy was formed in League City in 2002. It gives residents an opportunity to see how and why the League City Police Department operates as it does. There is a spring and fall class every year and the course is 13 weeks long with meetings once a week.

For applications and more information, visit the Citizen Police Academy page.

Community Events

There are many ways to get involved in your City! Volunteers are a key component to the success of every event at the City of League City.

For event dates/times as well as contact information, visit the Community Events Volunteer page.

Parks and Recreation

Interested in volunteering at Parks events? Look no further!

Contact: Katrina Hersh,

Volunteer Fire Department

Every day, League City volunteer firefighters answer the call of our families, friends, and neighbors who need assistance. Volunteer Firefighters are a special type of people, with many different reasons for answering the call of duty. Some like the challenges and the adrenaline rush, while others like to sharpen their emergency skills and techniques. Every one of them volunteers to help someone in need.

Serving your community as a volunteer firefighter provides our League City citizens with a valuable service and can bring personal rewards as well including: personal growth, the development of leadership skills, and a tremendous sense of accomplishment for a job well done. From car accidents to house fires, firefighters are there to protect our lives and property.

For applications and more information, visit the Become a Volunteer Firefighter page.
Contact: League City Fire Administration Office, 281-554-1465

Other Organizations

For more information, please visit the organizations' websites. They will provide details such as contact information, volunteer applications, and requirements.

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