The City of Flagstaff relies on the willing assistance of hundreds of volunteers to assist with keeping our neighborhoods, trails, parks, and streets litter and graffiti free. The Flagstaff Sustainability Program offers programs for citizens to get involved in to make our city a better place to live.
Winter Snowplay Stewards:
Join us to help educate snowplayers on proper waste disposal. We head out after snow events + weekends to spread the word about putting your waste in the right place! We also conduct litter clean ups at popular snowplay areas around Flagstaff. Contact Marrisa Molloy at Marissa.Molloy@flagstaffaz.gov or by calling (928) 213-2152 to get on our communication list for future clean up efforts!
Community Stewards Program
Are you interested in taking ownership in your community? The Community Stewards Program keeps a list of available trails, streets, and open spaces that you or your group may adopt for at least two years. We can also connect your group with a one-time community clean-up project.
Please see this MAP for available FUTS and Avenue sections for adoption.
In order to become a steward, or host a one-time community clean-up project, please email Marissa Molloy or call at 928-213-2152. The application process is very simple and the program is rewarding.
Please note: To ensure our volunteers' health and safety, we are currently only supporting cleanups with individuals or households.
Civicore Volunteer Software
We have a new volunteer management software! Volunteer opportunities will be listed on our Civicore portal and you will be able to track your hours through this website.
To log in for the first time as an existing volunteer, click on "Forgot Password" and enter your email. You will receive an email with instructions on how to set up your password. As a new volunteer, click on the button under "If you are a new volunteer/group leader" and you will be forwarded to an online application. Below is a video walking you through either process.
If you have questions about logging in or using this website, feel free to email Marissa Molloy or call at 928-213-2152.