The Teller County Parks Advisory Board was established in 1983 to advise the Board of County Commissioners on matters referred to it, and related to parks, trails and open space in Teller County.
Why do we need Volunteers? There is a natural and wonderful symbiotic relationship between volunteers and parks. For those who are generous with their time, talents and labor, working in parks, on trails and in open space can be both physically and emotionally rewarding. Funding for parks, trails and open space is always an acquisition challenge. In order to sustain, create and enhance our county parks, trails and open space, we need the energy, vitality and support of a strong volunteer community. The indispensable work of volunteers provides in-kind services that can turn into support for funding from grant-makers. But most importantly, volunteers become ambassadors to the community. Together we can build and sustain a quality county system of parks, trails and open space to be enjoyed for generations to come.
There are currently no volunteer opportunities available. Please check this site again soon!