Supervised Work Crews

Youth who owe community service hours and/or restitution and have been ordered by the Court or a Juvenile Department counselor are eligible to be assigned to a supervised work crew. Work crew projects are in collaboration with several community organizations and often involve working with other volunteer groups. Projects are geared toward community enhancement.

Youth 16-18 years old are assigned to participate on the Oregon Department of Transportation work crew. The ODOT work crew currently operates every other weekend (Saturday and Sunday).

Youth 12-15 years old are assigned to participate on the community work crew. The community work crew currently operates every weekend (Saturday and Sunday).

Youth who have been assigned to a work crew will have a reserved spot. With permission from your counselor, youth may attempt to "walk on" to work crews of which they are not assigned. If assigned youth have excused themselves or fail to show up for work crew, "walk on" youth (on a first come first serve basis) will be given the opportunity to fill the vacancy. If you are planning to "walk on" to a work crew, you must have permission from your counselor. You must also have completed a "walk on" card for the date and time you wish to work. Please present your "walk on" card to the work crew leader upon arrival. See below for walk on card links.

Community Service - ODOT train graffiti clean upCommunity Service - Adopt-A-Road cleanup

Washington County Juvenile Department Work Crew Partnerships:

Oregon Department of Transportation

Hillsboro Boys Baseball Association

Tualatin Hills Parks & Recreation Department

Henry Hagg Lake

City of Tigard

City of Tualatin



General Work Crew Forms


Hillsboro Work Crew Information (Ages 15 and under)


Tigard Work Crew Information (Ages 15 and under)


Beaverton Work Crew Information (Ages 16 and older)


Contact Information:

Chris Calvert

(503)846-3782 (office)

(503)519-8522 (cell)

Julian Rothlind


Michael Bouldry