City offices closed on Nov. 26 and 27. Trash pickup will take place on Thanksgiving day.

Volunteer Opportunities

Why Volunteer

Volunteering is a rich and rewarding experience allowing you to connect with your community, neighbors, City staff, and area businesses. Become involved and make a difference in your community. Meet new friends, have a sense of accomplishment by giving back to your community and grow as a person. Plus, it is a lot of fun. Here at the City of Montgomery, we value our volunteers and thank you immensely for giving your time to help make the City of Montgomery the wonderful city it is.

One Stop Drop Volunteers

Volunteer Opportunities

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Board and Commission Volunteer Opportunities

Beautification and Tree Commission

The Beautification and Tree Commission annually develops and updates a plan for the care of trees, shrubs and flowers in all public areas.  It advises the Administration and the City Council on the prudent and productive use of financial resources for the purposes within its charge. The Commission proposes programs, submits an annual budget, supervises such undertakings as are authorized by City Council and reports its progress annually on projects and activities within its responsibility. Commission activities include Beautification Week flower planting, Garden Tour, Arbor Day Celebrations, Tree City USA recognition, Plant Swaps, Downtown Holiday Decorating and hanging basket planting and tree workshops. Meetings are held the first Monday of each month at 9:00 a.m.

Board of Zoning Appeals

The Board of Zoning Appeals conducts public hearings and meetings to review and decide action on variance requests and other appeals related to the provisions and administration of the City’s Zoning Code.  Commission members also assist with the Bastille Day event. Meetings are held the fourth Tuesday of each month at 7:00 p.m. 

Landmarks Commission

Members are responsible for the preservation of Montgomery’s historical, architectural and archaeological heritage.  The commission conducts research and provides continuing education to foster awareness of the City’s heritage.  It also makes recommendations to the Planning Commission and City Council on matters of legislation and development that may affect the city’s landmarks or heritage.  Commission members assist with various annual special events. Meetings are scheduled for the second Wednesday of each month at 7 p.m.

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