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2016 Community Service Day
 Online Volunteer Registration is now Closed. You can register at Pleasant Hill Park tomorrow morning from 7:30 a.m. to 8:45 a.m.

The event begins at 7:30 a.m. at Pleasant Hill Park on Gregory Lane. Volunteers receive:

FREE! Pancake breakfast at PH Park (7:30 a.m.)
FREE! T-Shirt (1st 600 Volunteers)

Current Project List

Community Service Day in Pleasant Hill is a day where members of our community of all ages come together to volunteer their time for a variety of worthy causes and projects. 

The event is organized by the Pleasant Hill Civic Action Commission. For more information contact
 or (925) 671-5229.
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Community Service Day in Pleasant Hill – Event Summary & Highlights 2005 - 2015
  • Event launched in 2005 by former Mayor Michael Harris and the Pleasant Hill Civic Action Commission
  • In 2005, around 400 volunteers worked on 12 cleanup, bike repair and painting projects
  • In 2015, more than 1,000 volunteers worked on 25 projects citywide
  • Total number of volunteers over eleven years – more than 8,000
  • More than 20 businesses have either sponsored or supported the event by providing volunteers and material support
  • Volunteers from eight local churches have participated
  • Nine local schools and ten community & civic organizations including PH Rotary & Lions Clubs have all participated annually
  • Volunteers have donated over 30,000 hours in community service
  • Hundreds of pints of blood have been donated to help save lives
  • Over 17 Tons of food have been collected to feed the homeless in Contra Costa County
  • More than 700 bicycles had been repaired and donated to the needy
  • Every school in the city has been cleaned, painted & landscaped
  • Hundreds of plants and trees have been planted in parks and gardens
  • The senior center has been spruced up with a new garden built and planted
  • Neighborhoods have been beautified
  • Creeks have been cleared of debris and cleaned
  • Books have been processed, cleaned and shelved at the Pleasant Hill Library
  • Organic and instructional gardens have been planted
  • Housing for the needy has been cleaned, painted, and repaired
  • Thousands of Disaster Preparedness brochures and flyers have been distributed to homes and businesses
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