Community Service Partnership Program Volunteer Application Form


City Policy 6032, Community Service Partnership Program sets the parameters for the Community Service Partnership program. The goals of this program are to:

  1. Enhance the opportunity to complete city projects through the use of volunteer labour and;
  2. Provide an opportunity for local community groups to raise funds while providing a service to the community.

Please note that individual team applications will not be accepted if that team is part of an organization.

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Part 1 - Organization Information
Registered Name of Organization:
Volunteer Supervisor Name:
Mailing Address:
Phone Number:
Cell Number:
Briefly describe the primary objective of your organization:
Part 2 - Community Service Partnership (CSP) Program Requirements
Current society/non-profit number:
This is the first year our organization is applying to the program:
Has your organization received funding from the CSP Program from the City of Spruce Grove in the past fiscal year?
If "yes" to above question, what was the volunteer opportunity AND funding amount?
Part 3 - Volunteer Information
We consent to the use of this information for future community service programs and updates:
Number of volunteers (adult):
Number of volunteers (youth):
Please list skills or training volunteers can offer:
Please check the interested opportunities:
Community Clean-Up (April/May)
Canada Day Celebration (July)
One-time events
Part 4 - Agreement
Check yes to indicate that you have read and agree to the terms and conditions included in the responsibilities below, and that you have provided current and accurate information.


The City of Spruce Grove will:

  • develop and maintain a database of qualifying community groups
  • match available projects to a qualifying community group
  • ensure all qualifying community groups have equal opportunity to complete city projects
  • host an orientation meeting before starting the project to review all safety concerns related to the project
  • provide all safety equipment necessary to complete the project in a safe manner
  • provide supervision to ensure the project is a success
  • inspect the work upon completion of the project and inform the community group if further work is required
  • provide payment to the community group within 30 days of the completion of the project
  • market and promote this opportunity to local community groups

Volunteer Group will:

  • provide current proof of incorporation as a society under the Alberta’s Society Act
  • apply annually to Community Service Partnership Program to retain membership
  • attend the orientation meeting with City staff
  • provide a volunteer supervisor to coordinate a Toolbox safety meeting for all volunteers as per the City’s health and safety program
  • provide the agreed-upon volunteers at the time and location determined by the City
  • complete the project to the specifications set out by the City

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This information is being collected under the authority of section 33(c) of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy (FOIP) Act. It will be used to administer the City of Spruce Grove Community Service Partnership Program. Your personal information will be protected in accordance with Part 2 of the Act. If you have any questions regarding the collection, use and disclosure of personal information, please contact the FOIP Coordinator at 780-962-7634 ext.154.