Sign up to volunteer:
Scroll down for a list of upcoming volunteer needs and click the link to sign up for a shift. For Sunday Streets in the Bayview, June 9, the volunteer check-in locations will be at Esprit Park (19th & Indiana) in the Dogpatch and at 3rd & Galvez in the Bayview (marked with an “i” on the route map).
All volunteers are required to attend one orientation session each season, either in advance or on the day of Sunday Streets at 10am or 12:30pm before their shift. The next volunteer orientation will be held the week of June 3, time/date TBA.
Sunday Streets welcomes volunteers of all ages. However, volunteers under 18 years old must have a parent or guardian sign a waiver before they can volunteer. Download the form here and bring the signed waiver to your orientation session or first volunteer shift. Volunteers under 16 years old must be accompanied by an adult.
Volunteer for Sunday Streets in the Bayview and Dogpatch, June 9!
Here are a few ways you can lend a hand:
Event Prep: Sign Posting volunteers help us keep the event car-free by posting “No Parking” signs before each Sunday Streets event. These shifts are great for people who enjoy being outside and want to support Sunday Streets but keep their Sundays free for enjoying the event.
Set-up volunteers keep Sunday Streets participants safe by placing barricades to create a buffer zone and street closures around the Sunday Streets route. The set-up team also helps set up the information booths as needed, and removes “No Parking” signs from the route once the event has started.
Intersection Monitors keep Sunday Streets participants safe by stopping participants at intersections with cross traffic and helping Traffic Officers keep the route car-free.
Route Rabbit volunteers keep Sunday Streets participant safe by maintaining the car-free buffer zone around Sunday Streets, escorting authorized vehicles on the route, and providing support to Intersection Monitor volunteers.
All Route Rabbit volunteers must have a bicycle and have volunteered at Sunday Streets at least once before.
Volunteer and Information Booth: Be a Sunday Streets ambassador at the Volunteer and Information Booth! Booth volunteers help with lost and found, answer questions for volunteers and participants, and encourage people to support Sunday Streets.
Mystery Shift volunteers are our go-to people. From filling in as intersection monitors until all volunteers arrive, to removing “No Parking” signs from the route once the event has started, to supporting volunteers at the info booth, the Myster Shift does it all.