Court Ordered Community Service

Keep Pensacola Beautiful is not currently accepting volunteers.
While Keep Pensacola Beautiful has worked with the Escambia County Court System in the past to allow citizens to complete their court-ordered volunteer hours, we are not currently accepting any volunteers for the program. We encourage those seeking court-ordered community service to work with their probation/parole officers to find another agency to complete the hours.

Community Service FAQ

What days/times are CS service shifts?
Where / who should I report to for CS shifts?
What should I wear to work CS shifts?
What items should I bring to a CS shift?
What tasks will be completed during a CS shift?
I have partially completed my required CS hours or I completed them at a different organization;
Can I get a form proving the hours that I have done?
What happens when I complete all CS required hours?

General Event Expectations for Community Services Workers

Keep Pensacola Beautiful allows those individuals who are registered with us to complete court-ordered community service to participate in ‘Clean Team’ events. This is an opportunity to complete hours outside of regular shifts.
  • You will report to the Clean Team Manager or Team Lead at the designated meeting location at the designated time. Failure to arrive on time may result in ineligibility to work that shift.
  • You will sign in at the beginning of the shift and out at the end of the shift with the Clean Team Manager or Team Lead. This is your timesheet. The sign in sheet will be turned in to the Chief Executive Officer at the end of each event. It may take up to 48 hours for the hours you completed at a special event to be counted towards your total required hours.
  • You will check in with the Clean Team Manager or Team Lead at least once every hour and before taking a break. Breaks are limited to 15 minutes. Failure to check in with the Clean Team Manager or the Team Lead may result in you being signed out and hours exceeding the check in time not counted.
  • Smoking is not allowed during a shift or on the event grounds. Smoking should be done off the event grounds and on breaks only. No cigarette butts will be littered while smoking on breaks.
  • You will look presentable while working at special events and comply with the Our Corner event work dress code. This includes:
    • A t-shirt or long-sleeved shift that you do not mind getting dirty or sweaty in with a safety vest (Safety vest will be provided by Keep Pensacola Beautiful)
    • Pants or shorts with no rips
    • Closed-toed shoes
    • Reusable water bottle
    • Sunscreen or other sun protection is recommended
  • You will act with courtesy to the public and be professional while representing Keep Pensacola Beautiful and the Clean Team.
  • You will perform proactive work and will work as a team to clean up assigned areas.
  • Cleaning up public events can sometimes be hard work. You will be primarily hauling trash bags, picking up litter, and you will get sweaty and dirty. However, the reason you are here is because you have shown that you can maintain a positive attitude, even while performing hard work. Thank you!