Let us know your favorite projects to help make Old Town more loveable for residents and visitors. Learn more, watch the slide show presented to the Lewisville City Council and take the Loveable Old Town Survey.

Volunteer Opportunities with the City

Volunteers are the heart of successful programs and vital to communities world-wide. Want to do something meaningful in the Lewisville community? Volunteering is the best way to meet people, be a part of your community, and make a difference. City of Lewisville volunteers can get involved by participating in festivals and events, the arts, supporting the library, or helping in the new animal shelter. Whether your passion is raising awareness about city programs and facilities or just raising spirits, there are endless opportunities to get involved.

Animal Services

Animal Services

Volunteers help with daily operations at the shelter, help to raise awareness of the animals needing homes, and help to create a positive impact on the rate of adoptions.

contact: Crystal Palmer
phone: 972.219.3478


City Boards & Commissions


Lewisville City Council appoints members to a number of boards and commissions that serve in an advisory capacity on specific topics.

contact: Julie Heinze
phone: 972.219.3404


Friends of the Library


Volunteer with the Friends and help raise funds to support the Library. Volunteer opportunities include the semi-annual used book sale.

contact: Marilyn Perkins
phone: no phone number


Keep Lewisville Beautiful

KLB volunteers

Keep Lewisville Beautiful (KLB) has an ongoing need for volunteers to help with litter abatement, community improvement, and beautification projects. Volunteers help with city wide clean up events, tree and wildflower plantings, and ongoing community programs like Adopt-A-Spot. Free educational classes also offered.

contact: Amy Wells
phone: 972.538.5949




LLELA has an ongoing need for volunteer assistance in almost all areas of operations, including habitat restoration, educational programs, and ecological research.

contact: Lisa Cole
phone: 972.219.3550


Medical City Lewisville Grand Theater

MCL volunteer usher

Volunteers assist as ushers at plays and performances, greeting guests in the art gallery, or participating in daily operations.  Visit to  complete an online volunteer interest form.

contact: Konnie Cooper
phone: 972.219.8446


Neighborhood Vitality







Neighborhood Vitality promotes community involvement, and a chance for you to assist your neighbors in need. As a volunteer, you'll be helping meet goals under Big Move #4 Thriving Neighborhoods and increasing community engagement, with your help you'll make a lasting impact for future generations.

contact: Prit Patel
phone: 972.219.3736


Parks & Recreation







Volunteer opportunities with PALS includes assisting with games at the Funny Bunny event, activities at Doggie Dive-In, dressing up in costume and working along our spooky hayride trail or in the haunted house at our Spooktacular Trails, or collecting toys at the Motorcycle Toy Run. 

contact: Cassie Kinkade
phone: 972.219.5064


Police Department

LCPAAA volunteers




Maintaining a safe community requires a partnership between police and residents. Volunteers are needed to help organize local crime watch groups. Residents wanting a more intense volunteer experience can attend the annual Citizens Police Academy in the fall, and afterward are used in a variety of support roles.

contact: Capt. Casey Carter
phone: 972.219.3702



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Volunteer opportunities at the Library for all ages! Participate in the Adult Volunteer Program, Teen Advisory Group (grades 6-12), or Teen Volunteer Program (ages 14-18).

Adult Volunteer Application
Adult volunteer contact: Alex Dieckman
phone: 972.219.5091

Teen volunteer contact: Allen Wiskera
phone: 972.219.3573


Special Events & Festivals


Volunteers assist with some of the city's most anticipated festivals and events. From a popular summer concert series to a festival where the cowboys, country music and long horns rule Old Town. 

contact: Shelly Pershing
phone: 972.219.3695


Teen Court

Teen coutr volunteer

Teen volunteers gain valuable experience learning the judicial process. Volunteers serve in many capacities with the Lewisville-Flower Mound Teen Court, including, jurors, attorneys, and bailiffs.

contact: Pam Everitt
phone: 972.219.3671