EM City Building, Planning, Neighborhood Improvement & Business Licensing now located at 3726 E. Campus Dr. Suites D & H.
Eagle Mountain City provides a central location where residents can engage with their community through volunteer opportunities. This portal wants to make finding ways to help fast and convenient. Residents can revisit this page to find new volunteer opportunities throughout the year, and can help their families, their place of business or another organization come together.
Multiple studies have drawn similar conclusions on the benefits of volunteering. Not only can it have positive mental and physical health outcomes for individuals, but volunteering can also benefit a community’s economy.
Quality of life is important in Eagle Mountain. This volunteer portal is just one of the ways Eagle Mountain City wants to make this a great place to live. There are always services in need of your help. Find yourself volunteering in Eagle Mountain.
*Note: Eagle Mountain City does provide opportunities to fulfill court-ordered service requirements.
The Community Emergency Response Team Program educates people about disaster preparedness for hazards that may impact their area and trains them in basic disaster response skills, such as fire safety, light search and rescue, team organization, and disaster medical operations. Using the training learned in the classroom and during CERT exercises, members can assist their family, neighborhood, community and workplace following an emergency event when professional responders are not immediately available to help.
The course is FREE to residents of EMC and $40 for non-residents, and you will receive a CERT manual and CERT Personal protection kit.
This training includes an online lecture portion and is to be followed up by an in-person, hands-on, practical portion.
Citizen advisory boards and commissions provide invaluable perspective and direction on specific community needs. Members of boards and commissions assist in gathering public input, performing research, analyzing staff reports and recommendations, and deliberating and providing recommendations on current issues. If you are interested in applying for a position on a board or commission, click on the “Apply Now” button. You can still submit an application, even if there is no vacancy and your application will be kept on file. To view the descriptions of each board and commission and see who the current members are, go to the Boards and Commissions page.
Volunteers are always needed at the library. Working in the library, reading aloud, or helping with the summer reading program are some of the ways volunteers have assisted with the needs of the library. Volunteers must be at least 14 years or older. Applications must be signed by a parent/guardian for anyone under the age of 18. To learn more and get an application, click on the “Learn More” button to send an email to the Library.