We are what we do. There are a number of ways you can volunteer to support Beavercreek, both small and big. We invite you to donate whatever time and skills you can to help make our community a wonderful place to live. Email info@beavercreek.org to reply to open opportunities below, or sign up for our email list to be notified of new opportunities as they arise.

Volunteer Opportunities

Report non-emergency issues. Use the interactive map to let the Board know about non-emergency issues within Hamlet boundaries, such as potholes, vandalism or other similar issues. Just go to SeeClickFix and stick a virtual pin in the map to pinpoint the location and give a brief description of the problem. The board will get an email and can then try to get the problem fixed.

Help with local projects. The Hamlet is always seeking volunteers to help with a range of projects–some are only needed one-time, and others may be ongoing. For example, trimming the tree at Korner Park that is used for the Annual Holiday Tree Lighting, or help leveling uneven ground at the park, and more.

Join or start a committee. The Hamlet oversees several committees that support a range of local needs/topics such as Korner Park, a Legislative Committee, a PR committee, and more. Hamlet members can be on or chair any committee. See a list of current committees and contact any Hamlet board member to join.

Provide testimony. The Hamlet of Beavercreek is monitoring a range of community planning projects that may affect the rural character of our area. To ensure our voices are heard, it’s important that each of us provides input to the city and county. Review the list of issues and see how to get involved.

Join the Board of Directors. This is a great opportunity for Hamlet members who want to be at the forefront of community planning and organization. It gives you a front-row seat to changes happening at the local, regional, and state level while helping ensure residents have a voice. The Hamlet board is comprised of members who are elected by the community each year in October. Application forms are due at the September Hamlet meeting. Application forms may be accessed and completed HERE.

Submit a photo to the Community Photo Album. Beavercreek is a diverse area with farms, pasture, gardens, timber stands, local business, and much more. Add your photos and share your slice of Beavercreek with the community. Visit the gallery.