Thank you for your interest in becoming a volunteer for your Brownsburg Parks! Volunteering offers an opportunity for physical and social activity and a sense of purpose. Plus, by helping Brownsburg Parks, you are enhancing the quality of life for all Brownsburg residents. Thank you for helping to strengthen our community!


Benefits of Volunteering with Brownsburg Parks

  • You play a role in advancing your community by helping in areas of need.
  • You help Brownsburg Parks to provide the community with a variety of programs and events throughout the year.
  • You have direct access to Brownsburg Parks to provide input on the services that you would like to see offered or feedback on programs that are currently being offered.
  • You help to create community pride toward the park system.

Become a Volunteer

Ready to get started? Fill out the application below and email it to Community Engagement Coordinator Shelby Abner at sabner@brownsburgparks.com or drop it off at our office at 402 E. Main Street, Brownsburg, IN 46112.


Volunteer projects include: maintaining Administrative Office flower garden, light office work, gardening in our parks, simple carpentry and painting, maintaining trails, assisting at B.A.S.E. or PEAK, and assisting at special events.


Once you have completed this form, you will receive emails from our volunteer management system, SignUpGenius, for opportunities throughout the year. You can also check this page for ways to help.


Volunteer Application

Volunteer Form

Upcoming Opportunities

Father-Daughter Dance – February 8 & February 15

  • Decoration/set-up: 4-6:30 pm
  • Check-in & Coat check: 6-9 pm
  • Raffle Prize table: 6-9:30 pm
  • Snack & Beverage station: 6-9:30 pm
  • Snapology/Crafts: 6:30-9:30 pm


Easter – April 4

  • Set-up & tear-down of event: 8 am- 12 pm

Additional Volunteer Information

Eagle Scout Projects

Thank you for choosing Brownsburg Parks as a potential organization and location to complete your Eagle Scout project.


To be considered, please complete the proposal packet (link below). You may email your packet to Community Engagement Coordinator Shelby Abner at  sabner@brownsburgparks.com or drop it off at our office at 402 E. Main Street, Brownsburg, IN 46112.


Your project must be based around our current park priorities including:

• Trail Marking, Mapping and Identification.
• Nature Trailblazing (new trails)
• Picnic Tables (new/rehab)
• Bat Houses
• Streambank/Riparian Area Restoration
• Natural Resources Management (tree planting, invasive species eradication, erosion control, etc.)
• Blast Off Playground Rehab
• Park Beautification (landscaping)


If your proposal is accepted, you will meet with the Community Engagement team to discuss project expectations, timeline and fundraising expectations. You also will present your project idea to the Brownsburg Park Board for approval. Keep in mind the quality of materials and workmanship must match the desired outcome of Brownsburg Parks’ Strategic Master Plan.


Eagle Scout Project Proposal

Group Projects

Is your organization looking for a way to give back to the community? We have a wide range of activities perfect for businesses, community organizations and school groups.


If interested in scheduling a group project, please contact Shelby Abner, Community Engagement Coordinator, at sabner@brownsburgparks.com

Volunteer Safety Guidelines

As a volunteer, your safety is our priority. Please review and follow these safety guidelines:


• If asked to perform a task you believe is unsafe, it’s okay to say, “No.”
• Do not use equipment without first being trained on its proper use.
• When operating electric or gas-powered tools, use eye and ear personal protection equipment.
• Carry tools safely!
• If working in a group, let your supervisor/leader know of any health or emergency needs you may have, such as allergic reactions to insect bites or plants.
• Avoid overexertion. Take a rest break when needed and drink plenty of water.
• Use sunscreen, sunglasses and a hat to protect against the sun.
• Wear clothing that is appropriate to the task, such as long sleeves and pants when pulling weeds to avoid thorns or poison ivy. Wear closed-toe shoes, not sandals or flip flops.
• Be careful where you step, as some park properties may have slopes, slippery footing or holes.
• Use proper posture when lifting heavy objects by bending at the knees, not at the waist.
• Do not overfill litter bags.
• Do not pick up hazardous items (animal carcasses, needles, condoms). Report the location of such objects to a Parks employee.


THANK YOU for your volunteer efforts to enhance our parks and trails!