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Volunteering in Irving
Volunteers are a valuable resource to the City of Irving. They assist staff in providing exceptional services to residents, visitors and businesses. Volunteering provides meaningful opportunities to help your community and can help hone your organizational and business skills. Here at the City of Irving, you will not only gain valuable customer service skills but will have opportunities for social interaction and the knowledge you are helping your community.

To volunteer for the City of Irving, please fill out the Volunteer Application including what city departments are of the most interest to you.

Department Volunteer Information
Department Volunteer Liaison Phone Number
Adults and / or Students Process
Animal Services Corey Price (972) 721-2258
  1. Register with the DFW Humane Society
  2. $25 fee
  3. Attend orientation
Emergency Management Allyson Barrow (972) 721-2183
Adults (18+)
  1. Recruit through media sources
  2. CERT Basic Training (FEMA)
Fran Witte (972) 721-2355
  1. Sign release and tracking forms
  2. Provide general overview
  3. Assign duties and training
  4. Track hours
Fire Chief Victor Conley (972) 721-4857
Adults (18+)
  1. Application
  2. Background check
  3. Citizen's Fire Academy
Code Enforcement Darrell Hammond (972) 721-3628
  1. Complete application
  2. Sign release
  3. Assign duties
Keep Irving Beautiful Rick Hose (972) 721-2175
  1. Recruit by web and print media
  2. Sign release
  3. Attend safety training
  4. Sign-in at event
  5. Track hours
Irving Arts Center Marcie Inman (972) 252-7556 Ext. 122
  1. Application
  2. Background check
  3. Release form
Library Carla Morgan (972) 721-2530
  1. Complete application
  2. 6. Sign release
  3. 7. Assign duties
Municipal Court Priscilla Pena
(972) 721-3601
  1. Recruit at schools and print media
  2. Complete application packet
  3. Schedule full day training
Police Officer Kevin Hubbard
(972) 721-7778
Adults (21+ yrs)
  1. Application
  2. Screening
  3. Citizen's Police Academy
Parks and Recreation Office (972) 721-2501
  1. Recruit through schools and programs
  2. Fill out an application
  3. Check references Schedule hours
  4. Train for particular task
  5. Track hours