Rosemount seeks to recognize volunteers

The Rosemount City Council is asking residents to nominate community volunteers who add to the city’s quality of life.

For the 10th year, the city is collecting names of those individuals and groups that deserve recognition for service as volunteers. The council will recognize honorees during the city’s observance of National Volunteer Week.

The city is asking for nominations of people and groups who serve a public purpose without pay. Volunteer activity in Rosemount covers a wide range of activities, from schools to parks and community celebrations.

The City Council plans to recognize as many volunteers as possible during its regular meeting on April 16. One-hundred twenty-five individuals, families, and groups were honored during last year’s observance.

Nominations should be sent by April 8 to communications coordinator Alan Cox, (651) 322-2078 or [email protected].

Please include the names and a way to contact both the volunteer to be honored and the person making the nomination.