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Many people in our community have been affected by recent emergency actions during the COVID-19 crisis. We're building a list of people who might be willing to help our neighbors throughout the Walla Walla Valley (College Place, Walla Walla, Unincorporated Areas) if the situation calls for it.

If you have certain skills, equipment, training, or other specialties, and would like to put them to work to help your neighbors in need, we invite you to fill out and submit this form. Your response will go to the Human Resources Department. The information may be shared with our governmental partners including Walla Walla County and the City of Walla Walla if they are in need of volunteers.

Submitting your information does not obligate you to do anything! We'll just add you to a list of people who might be able to help, and we'll contact you if we encounter a situation where your skills and background could be of benefit. 

We thank you for your willingness to be of service to our community! If you have any questions, please email sdoering@cpwa.us. 

General Volunteer Form

First Name

Last Name




What skills, abilities, training, equipment, supplies, etc can you provide?

The City of College Place has several volunteer opportunities for the public. 

Boards and Commissions

The City of College Place has multiple advisory boards and commissions. To find out more information about serving on a board and commission, please visit the webpage and talk to the City Clerk by email at lneissl@cpwa.us or phone: (509)-394-8511.

Volunteer Assistance in Departments

The City Police and FIre Departments could always use volunteer help with answering phones. Please contact the Human Resources Specialist for more information at sdoering@cpwa.us or by phone: (509)-394-8508. 

City Property Clean-Up

The City frequently could use assistance in cleaning City owned right-of-ways or parks. To volunteer please contact the Public Works Director at phartwig@cpwa.us 

Other Volunteer Resources