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Park volunteers provide valued support, meet people and learn new skills while working in some of our cherished locations, with over 80 parks comprising more than 800 acres of public space. Volunteer opportunities are as varied as the Parks themselves.

Chattanooga Parks and Outdoors has a dedicated team of more than 600 volunteers who contribute their time, energy and talents toward the care and enjoyment of natural areas and parks for millions of regional visitors.


⦁ Are you craving a deeper connection and involvement with your community parks, gardens and greenways?

⦁ Are you passionate about maintaining a quality habitat for thriving ecosystems and the benefits they provide?

⦁ Are you already participating in the city’s community programs and looking to give back?


You can!!


Chattanooga Parks are in need of results that are collaborative and efficient. The City of Chattanooga has an extensive network of public parks, playgrounds, walking trails, and greenspaces, all of which are supported by the Chattanooga Park Stewards Program.  

 To learn more please review our Handbook






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 Current Opportunites:

 (Click on the flyer to register)


May 17 Bike to Work Day







Past Opportunities:


May 9th 4 530 1









Earth Week Broad Street




Volleyball Registration 2  






Church Street Park Planting

Skate Park Clean UP

river rescue 2023

Weed N Chat

OCT 12 planting

Public Lands Day 2023 1

Mandela Day Flyer

 17 jun Skatepark stewardship 2

Community Courtyard Native GardensEARTH DAY greenway farm 2

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Weed Wrangle 2023 2


volunteer thank you


Chattanooga Parks and Outdoors
200 River St
Chattanooga, TN 37405
(423) 643-7866

City of Chattanooga - Special Events
200 River St
Chattanooga, TN 37405


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