Volunteer Opportunities

The Olde Towne Civic League has several volunteer opportunities open. If you are looking for a way to enrich the neighborhood and meet your neighbors,  VOLUNTEER! Please email us, if there is an opportunity that interests you and fits your skill set! Our members play a vital role in promoting Olde Towne’s community spirit. We look forward to working with you. 

Beautification: The Beautification Committee cares for our parks, plants our beautiful flowers, and coordinates neighborhood clean-ups. Volunteers would help complete the committee’s projects. Even if you don’t have a green thumb, this committee could use help with beautification projects. 

Construction Liaison: Interested in being a liaison between the OTPCL membership and the City? This person would keep a pulse on the construction projects in the neighborhood, field questions from membership, request status updates from the city engineer, and report on projects at OTPCL meetings.

Ghost Walk: Interested in being a tour guide or Ghost Walk Volunteer? It takes about 100 volunteers to have a successful Ghost Walk. From set-up to break-down, tour guides, guide wranglers, check-in staff, t-shirt sellers, you name it, we probably have a job for you. Watch the Volunteer Info Session. Click here. Email us at info@otpcl.org.

Historic Lecture Series Committee Members:  Are you interested in the history of Olde Towne and want to share our story with others? We’re looking to start a group to develop a lecture series program about Olde Towne. Members are responsible for developing the program with the Chairperson, securing speakers, and coordinating the event. 

Holiday Homes Tour: Interested in being volunteering during our Holiday Homes Tour? It takes about 50 volunteers to make Holiday Homes Tour successful. Much like Ghost Walk, we can find a job for you. Watch the Volunteer Info Session. Click here. Email us at info@otpcl.org.

Litter Clean-up:  OTPCL hosts a monthly neighborhood litter clean-up on the third Saturday from 9 – 10 AM. Rain or Shine! We provide trash pickers, trash bags, and safety vests. Please wear work gloves. One hour makes a big difference in the neighborhood. No need to RSVP, just show up at the corner of Court and Glasgow Streets.

Olde Towne Crier Newsletter Production Editor:  Our community newsletter is published 2-3 times a year and is distributed by Square Captains. Robin Altice launched our newsletter in 2019 and it has been well-received by neighbors. It reaches our neighbors that may not know about the league or don’t access the internet. The Production Editor will assist with the layout, content, printing, and distribution of the newsletter. Someone with writing and graphic design skills is a plus! Our newsletter is also published online, you can find a copy here.

Square Captains Chairperson:  It’s hip to be square in Olde Towne! Square Captains represent a neighborhood square to communicate with neighbors about Olde Towne Civic League events and news. This initiative has fallen off in recent years. If you are interested in chairing this committee, please contact us. 

Website and Social Media Content
Are you tech, marketing, or communications savvy? We are looking for members to keep our website content up to date and to manage social media posts on all channels. We’d love for you to help promote the civic league.