There are lots of ways to get involved and help your City. You can help for a few hours at an event or clean-up. Or serve on an ongoing basis as a Commission or Board member or as Wetland monitor. Choose the activity and time commitment that's right for you. We'll all be glad you did.

Community Partners

Eagan Parks & Recreation partners with many local organizations to enhance programs and offerings to the Eagan community.

Caponi Art Park & Learning Center Located on 60 acres of rolling wooded hills in Eagan, Caponi Art Park and Learning Center is a distinctive cultural center offering free programs and educational experiences in an natural setting that blends art and nature. Current hours and events can be found at

Eagan Garden Club Serves the City of Eagan by encouraging all forms of horticulture and building community through education, home gardening and civic garden projects. For more information contact

Eagan Women of Note Directed by: Taylor Quinn. Eagan Women of Note is a community based choir made up of women of all ages. For information, visit

Eagan Men’s Chorus Directed by: Kathleen Andrews. The Eagan Men’s Chorus is a community based choir. For information on joining the group or scheduling a performance, visit

The Eagan Theater Company’s mission is to ignite imaginations. It seeks also to provide educational and performance opportunities and to heighten the awareness of cultural arts in the Eagan community. For information

The Friends of the Farm provide volunteer service at Eagan's historic 1940's Holz Farm. Contact Paula Nowariak at for more information.

Minnesota Valley Photography Club (MVPC). The MVPC goals are to provide fellowship, continuing education and the appreciation of the science, technique and art of photography. The club meets monthly for social time, learning and competitions. Club members volunteer to take pictures for city use for publicity. For information visit