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Volunteering and Committees

  1. What volunteer opportunities are there?

    At the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo, volunteer opportunities exist on Boards and Committees. For a complete list and to apply, see Boards and Committees. For volunteer opportunities through other community agencies and non-profit groups, you can contact those agencies directly, or visit Volunteer Wood Buffalo.

  2. How could someone get involved with the Mayor’s Advisory Council on Youth (MACOY)?

    If you are a youth between the ages of 13 and 18 years old, you can join MACOY by filling out a membership form. See MACOY for more information and to download a membership form.

  3. What is Communities in Bloom?

    Communities in Bloom (CIB) is a committee committed to fostering civic pride, environmental awareness and municipal beautification through community involvement and the challenge of a national competition. For information on CIB programs and events, visit the CIB website.

  4. How can I get involved in Communities in Bloom?

    You can participate in the many CIB programs or CIB events, or you can consider joining the Communities in Bloom Committee. For more information on the duties and time commitment involved in being on the CIB Committee, please see Join our team.