Sunday Streets Berkeley

Cycle, stroll, dance, discover, skate and play in the street!

October 13, 2013, 11am - 4pm 
Open Streets are coming back to Berkeley!

Downtown Berkeley to North Berkeley 
(Shattuck Avenue from Haste to Rose)

Please sign up here for Day-of Volunteering

 
MORE ABOUT DAY-OF ROLES

Sunday Streets Volunteer Roles 

 

Morning Shift

Mid Shift

Afternoon Shift

Volunteer Booth

10:00am-1:00pm

11:30am-2:30pm

1:30pm-4:30pm

Set-up

10:00am-1:00pm

 

 

Mystery Shift

10:30am-1:30pm

 

1:15pm-4:15pm

Intersection Monitor

10:30am-1:30pm

 

1:15pm-4:15pm

Route Rabbit

10:30am-1:30pm

 

1:15pm-4:15pm

 

Volunteer Booth

Volunteers at the check-in/information booth check volunteers in and out for each shift, provide a first aid kit to participants, handle lost and found, lost parents & children, and answer questions for volunteers and participants. 

 

Mystery Shift

Mystery Shift Volunteers are assigned as needed on the day of Sunday Streets. They can be assigned to any traditional Sunday Streets volunteer role. This position is great for anyone who likes surprises, wants to be a part of Sunday Streets wherever needed, and likes variety. You might work at the Info Booth for half your shift, and work as a route rabbit the next. Anything is possible and we thank you for making it so! Be prepared by bringing your bike (for a Route Rabbit shift), a book or music (for an Intersection Monitor with low traffic), and a great attitude!

 

Set-up Volunteers

Set-up volunteers keep Sunday Streets participants safe by placing and monitoring barricades along the route until the event begins. The set-up team also helps set up the volunteer booth as needed and will remove “No Parking” signs from the route once the event has started.

 

Intersection Monitor

Intersection Monitor volunteers will monitor barricades at intersections where traffic is not allowed to cross the Sunday Streets route. With a pleasant attitude and a smile, these volunteers will answer questions about the Sunday Streets event and route, and provide detour information to people trying to cross the route.

 

Route Rabbit (bicycle required)

Route Rabbits are our eyes and ears on the route. These volunteers ride along the route and buffer area (one block away) to ensure all volunteer positions are filled and barricades remain in place. You'll also answer questions and provide assistance to Sunday Streets participants along the way and periodically check in with the operations team to apprise them of any situations. 

 

Sunday Streets would not be possible without the help of the hundreds of amazing volunteers like you!

Thank you so much for working with us to bring Sunday Streets to Berkeley.