There are several ways you can get involved with your community.
Serve on a Board or Commission
The City of Bridgeport has over 20 Boards and Commissions that serve a
variety of valuable missions--from ensuring that properties are fairly
assessed to deciding matters of importance to wetlands. If you are
interested in getting involved by serving on a board or commission, click here.
Join a Neighborhood Revitalization Zone (NRZ)
with fellow residents, businesses, and government to determine the vision and
priorities of the individual neighborhoods. Read more about NRZs...
Organize a Community Cleanup
Interested in organizing a community cleanup? Please email Christopher Rosario and Deborah Thomas-Sims.
Service Learning/Volunteering Opportunities
A list of organizations offering serving learning and volunteering opportunities.
The Bridgeport Emergency Reserve Corps Program is
designed to build an organized volunteer reserve of individuals and
groups, train them in advance and call upon them to assist when a
disaster or serious emergency exceeds normal city resources.
College students interested in learning more about internship opportunities with the City of Bridgeport can contact Erin McDonough.