People, Connection, Community Pride
The Neighborhood Ambassador Program allows residents to be more actively involved in their neighborhoods by enhancing community engagement and amplifying two-way communication between residents and the city.
Neighborhood Ambassadors may volunteer just a little bit of free time or chose to devote significant efforts toward neighborhood projects that connect neighbors.
How it works:
To serve as an Ambassador, residents must be 18 years of age, and must successfully complete a background check. Once selected, Ambassadors my choose how much time they will dedicate to the program - the city just asks that volunteers are responsive to communications received by the city.
There are several ways to serve as a volunteer (please see the tips sheet below) however the two main expectations of volunteers are:
- Sign up for and promote the city's e-newsletter, news alerts, and social media
- Share with neighbors important information as it relates to events, community projects, surveys, studies, etc. Any information that requires materials will be provided by the city.
https://www.ci.sheridan.co.us/documentcenter/view/2467/volunteer-tips_sheridan Ideas & Tips Sheet for Ambassadors
Questions? Please contact the program coordinator, Amy Woodward at email@example.com or 303-438-3305.