The park is currently: CLOSED 

Volunteering

The Chelmsford Dog Association is growing!

We have the largest number of members (both individual and family memberships) that we have ever had. Many of the new members and several folks who have yet to officially join the CDA are hard at work volunteering.

In addition to the core of the CDA, the Board of Directors, we have two permanent committees, the Fundraising and Events Committee (Chaired by director, Kathy Gould), and a Membership and Volunteers Committee (chaired by director Joyce Bean) as well as a project-targeted committee working on the Drainage Project (chaired by Carly Reim). If you would like to participate in one of these committees, please contact the appropriate chair (or come to a CDA or committee meeting).

We also have a large number of people who volunteer their time to keep the Chelmsford Dog Park looking nice. They do those every day tasks that take time and effort, but often go unrecognized (until it’s not done); things like mowing the lawn, emptying the trash, refilling the bag supplies, picking up after less conscientious owners, and participating in the regular work parties (to name a few of the things)

If you are interested in helping out with tasks at the park, or helping us put on an event, then please contact the Membership & Volunteers Committee and they’ll work with you to match you up with things you can do and things that we need done.

 
Given the number of new people who are working really hard, we are also starting a recognition program. Semi-regularly, we will make a post recognizing the contributions of one of our volunteers. This is not to say that we don’t appreciate ALL of our volunteers – and, hopefully, eventually, we’ll call out a recognition for everyone.

 

The Chelmsford Dog Association always needs volunteers!

 

Please consider our list of upcoming events which are looking for volunteers:

Sorry, there are no volunteer opportunities available right now.

Or, maybe consider volunteering for general help around the park?