Make a difference in your community!

Sometimes opportunities arise for volunteer services at Oro Loma Sanitary District. As a volunteer, you would have the opportunity to contribute your unique talents and energy toward the well-being of the community, and at the same time, gain personal satisfaction and experience.

Why do people volunteer?

The reasons why people volunteer are as diverse as the volunteers themselves. Some of the reasons are: to return something to the community; to maintain job skills; to learn new skills; to complete school requirements, and for personal satisfaction. Volunteering offers everyone a chance to grow professionally and personally, and to meet and work with interesting people.

Where would my volunteer services be of value?

Volunteering opportunities would typically arise in the Collections, Maintenance, Engineering or Administration Departments, and/or in Solid Waste and Recycling Services. For a detailed description of the District’s services, please visit us online at

How do I sign up?

If you are interested in volunteering, please complete and submit a Volunteer Interest Form to Oro Loma Sanitary District, 2655 Grant Avenue, San Lorenzo, CA 94580, by fax at (510) 276-1528, or by email at Depending on your interests and experience, and the availability of volunteer positions, you will be contacted for an interview. If no volunteer position is available at the time you submit the Volunteer Interest Form, your information will be maintained on file, and you will be notified when a position becomes available.

Volunteer Interest Form
Volunteer Application and Agreement
Volunteer Summary of Policies and Acknowledgment

Important Numbers

(510) 276-4700 Oro Loma Sanitary District Office 24/7 Emergency Response

(510) 613-8710 Waste Management of Alameda County

(877) STOPWASTE Alameda County Recycling Hotline

(800) 606-6606 Alameda County Household Hazardous Waste

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