The City of Temecula offers many volunteer opportunities to residents. Various opportunities for those high school age and older are available. The opportunities could involve administrative and clerical tasks, helping with special projects or assisting at special events.
Please note: Volunteers are required to complete various levels of pre-volunteer background screening. This may include a live scan, drug screen and/or TB test to be paid for by the City of Temecula. If volunteering for a one day event, only a signed liability waiver is required. We do not accept volunteers for court appointed community service. When filling out the application, we ask that you do not use your student email address for your primary contact as you may not be able to receive email updates from City staff.
The City of Temecula is hosting the annual "Special Games" event on Saturday, March 18, 2023. If you are interested in volunteering, please visit TemeculaCA.gov/SpecialGames for more information and to register as a volunteer.
Old Town Temecula Community Theater
The Old Town Temecula Community Theater is in the process of creating a new online volunteer application. Please stay tuned for the updated application.
Temecula Valley Museum
To volunteer for the Temecula Valley Museum please visit their website for additional information and complete the online volunteer application.
Ronald H. Roberts Temecula Public Library
If you are interested in volunteering for the library as a General Library Volunteer or a Children’s Volunteer, please visit the Ronald H. Roberts Temecula Public Library to fill out an application in person.
If you are interested in being a Junior Lifeguard or Swim Buddy, click the above link to learn more about seasonal volunteer opportunities.
In an effort to enhance the quality of our parks as a core value of a Healthy and Livable Community, the City of Temecula encourages the community to assist with the maintenance and beautification of our parks by facilitating the enhancement of park/playground amenities and providing general upkeep and repair of equipment, recreation facilities, and trails through an “Adopt-A-Park” program.