Interested in volunteering for Town of Duck events?
If you wish to be on the contact list to receive volunteer meeting and sign up notifications, please email Volunteer Coordinator Betsy Trimble at firstname.lastname@example.org, and sign up to receive the weekly E-Newsletter here
Volunteer Opportunities with the Town of Duck include:
There are numerous ways which you can volunteer and assist the Town of Duck. These include serving on a board, committee, helping with a special event, or assisting with administrative activities. For the Volunteer Opportunities form, click here. To view the Volunteer Handbook, click here. Volunteer waivers can be found here. If you would like a hard copy of any of these documents, we will be happy to provide you with one.
Event and Office Volunteers: Town events are only possible with the help from our active and engaged community. There are no residency or property ownership requirements to volunteer in any of these capacities. However, there may be training requirements associated with these positions.
Current event volunteer opportunities include:
Summer Event Volunteer – Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2020 outdoor summer events have been cancelled.
4th of July Parade & Celebration Volunteer – Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2020 4th of July Parade and Celebration has been cancelled.
Jazz Festival Volunteer – Sign up for the 2021 Duck Jazz Festival will be available late summer! For Duck Jazz Festival Information, click here.
Yuletide Celebration Volunteer – To assist with the Town’s Tree Lighting and Santa’s Arrival.
Office Volunteer – To assist with general office needs and special projects.
Other Town volunteer opportunities include:
Beach Planting Volunteer– With the completion of the Beach Nourishment project, the Town is looking to further efforts preserve the dunes in that area. To sign up to help please email Sandy Cross at email@example.com
Boards: There are two boards on which individuals can serve:
Planning Board – Members must be real property owners within the Town and do not have to be Town residents. For information on the Planning Board, click here.
Board of Adjustment – There are no residency or property ownership requirements to serve. For information on the Board of Adjustment, click here.
Advisory Committees: These committees are established by the Town Council as needed and are appointed based upon each committee’s needs. There are no residency or property ownership requirements to serve on these committees.
Municipal Property Master Plan Advisory Committee – For information, click here.
Community Improvement Committee – For information, click here.
If you are interested in volunteering in any of the above capacities, please complete our volunteer opportunities form and submit it to us either via email at firstname.lastname@example.org; via fax at 252.255.1236; or by mail to Town of Duck, P.O. Box 8369, Duck, NC 27949.