Adopt-A-Park Programs

Become a volunteer today!

Our Adopt-A-Park programs are for residents of all ages who are interesting in being stewards of our community’s parks including our trails, our pollinators (bees & butterflies), our sports dugouts & benches, and our Little Sports Libraries. Businesses, community organizations, schools, families or individuals can all become volunteers.

Interested in joining our Adopt-A-Park program?  See the details below or contact for more information.

What programs are available?

The Adopt-A-Park program is full of possibilities. Check out the links below to learn more about the different ways you can get involved:

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  • Adopt-a-Trail

  • Adopt-A-Pollinator Hotel

  • Adopt-A-Dugout

Why become an Adopt-A-Park volunteer?

Volunteering is a great way to stay active in your community. You can take pride in:

  • A sense of ownership of your local parks
  • Engaging with your community in the great outdoors
  • A chance to leverage your skills, expertise and creativity

What do I need to volunteer?

Time! The most important thing you need is time—and a love for your community. The possibilities are diverse and are suitable for all ages and abilities, plus, we provide any equipment where required!

Volunteer Perks

  • All materials and equipment are provided by the City
  • Recognition in the community with plaques and signs
  • A chance to enjoy volunteer events throughout the City

Learn more about our volunteer requirements here.

Liability & Safety

All volunteers must be registered with the City and have a successfully completed a Police Information Check. Volunteer activity logs must be up to date and accurate.

Safety Standards

  • Any person under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult
  • Report all accidents and injuries immediately to the City Coordinator
  • Have access to a phone. Carry a cell phone and/or know where there are accessible phones along your route in case of an emergency
  • Park fixture should not be ‘fixed’ or changed in anyway without coordinator approval
  • Stay out of park during storms or high winds
  • Wear gloves, safety vests, suitable footwear and appropriately dress for the weather


Parks, Recreation and Culture Services Coordinator 

Parks, Recreation and Culture Services