Become a Volunteer

The Paw Point Committee is a sub-committee of the Lake Roland Nature Council (Lake Roland), an all-volunteer organization. Volunteer engagement, involvement and development is critical for both the sustainability and the long-term viability of Paw Point.

Examples of volunteer opportunities in Paw Point:

  • Paw Point Events (Halloween, Dogs and Donuts and walkup registration dates)
  • Paw Point Cleanup (Light Shoveling, Removing Fallen Tree Limbs, Leaf Blowing, Occasional Power Washing and Filling Holes)

To inquire about volunteer opportunities or questions regarding volunteering please e-mail us at pawpoint@pawpoint.org

To view and sign up for current volunteer activities, please go to our volunteer signup portal.

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Volunteer requirements:

  • All volunteers are required to execute and submit a Lake Roland Nature Council Volunteer Form prior to performing any volunteer activities in Lake Roland and/or on behalf of the Lake Roland Nature Council. The executed form can be sent directly to Lake Roland Nature Council or dropped off with park staff. The form can be found HERE.
  • All volunteers are required to execute and submit a Lake Roland Nature Council Coronavirus/COVID-19 Form prior to performing any volunteer activities in Lake Roland and/or on behalf of the Lake Roland Nature Council. The executed form can be sent directly to Lake Roland Nature Council or dropped off with park staff. The form can be found HERE.
  • Certain volunteer activities require background checks to be completed prior to engaging in these volunteer activities. Guidelines regarding these requirements and information on performing your background check can be found HERE


As of May 30th, Paw Point dog park is reopened to the Paw Point membership. Members are expected to practice social distancing and maintain a minimum distance of six feet from other members. Protective masks are required when in Paw Point dog park to protect both our members and our four-legged friends. In addition, based on the actual nature of Covid-19 transmission, it is up to the individual member to determine if using the dog park is a safe decision for themselves.