Volunteering is a great way to meet your neighbors, acquire leadership abilities, utilize current skills, and give back to your community. Our primary mission is to educate residents in the City of Frisco about water conservation and stormwater pollution.

Join the City of Frisco's WaterWise Volunteers and actively participate in water conservation and stormwater pollution projects. Listed below are current volunteer opportunities:

Community Captain Volunteer

Join the grass roots volunteer effort to spread the word about the City's WaterWise Programs in your neighborhood! Through continued training, our Community Captains help neighbors make informed choices about conservation.

Water Education Outreach

Promote water efficiency both indoors and outdoors. We will help create a project designed to fit your group or organization.

Scouts and Kids

Participate in a water conservation or stormwater pollution project designed for your troup. Contact us to get started!
How to Become a Volunteer
To register as a WaterWise Volunteer, please visit the City of Frisco volunteer page and complete the necessary volunteer registration information.

Contact Us
We would love to help you create a unique WaterWise volunteer opportunity for you, your neighborhood, and your organization! Email waterwise@friscotexas.gov to get started.

Volunteers in Action

On National Planting Day, September 9, 2017, local volunteers Teens4Green, along with the Frisco Garden Club, and Frisco Environmental Services worked in the Shawnee Trail Demonstration Garden.

The Shawnee Trail Demonstration Garden was created to show Frisco the beauty of a garden filled with native and adaptive plants.  The garden is open to all Frisco residents and is located at 10701 Preston Vineyard Drive, between Shawnee Trail Elementary and the Shawnee Trail Sports Complex.
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