- What is the Adopt-A-Park Program?
The Adopt-A-Park program is a cooperative effort between Pinal County Open Space and Trails Department and residents, business owners or groups wishing to contribute to the appearance of their community. The program is designed to promote civic responsibility as well as be fun and educational.
- What types of areas can be adopted?
Any County managed park, trail segment or trailhead.
- How can you help?
Participants care for their adopted area in the following ways:
- Picking up litter
- Sweeping courts and walkways
- Reporting park maintenance issues
- Pulling weeds Reporting park hazards
- Pruning (Under department direction)
- Planting (Under department direction)
- How can I Adopt-a-Park?
- Interested organizations should complete and submit an Adopt a Park interest form listed below. A County representative will explain and discuss the Adopt-A-Park program with a responsible representative of the interested organization, emphasizing that the program involves physical work, which must be done safely and on a reasonably frequent basis for at least two years.
- The Adopt-A Park Partner must submit to the County a single waiver form signed by all volunteers for each pickup event.
- The Adopt-A Park Partner shall fill out and return to the County the Adopt-A-Park Event Report Form following each cleanup activity.