Adopt-a-Park Program Volunteer Job Description

Qualifications

  • Interested and willing to assume responsibility for maintaining or improving a public site.
  • Must be 18 years or older to be a volunteer project leader. Project leaders assume the lead role for a group, a business or for yourself for individual interest. Project participants may be younger than 18 years old if written parent permission is granted and proper adult supervision is provided.
  • Adopters are encouraged to use their own supplies and provide own funding for projects.

Requirements

  • Agree to a minimum term of one year.
  • Submit an application for approval.
  • Conduct an on-site walk through to formalize an agreement.
  • Submit completed special event and group registration form for each scheduled service day.
  • Provide at least two cleanup days per year with advance notification to the Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR) project coordinator.
  • Adhere to┬áprogram safety tips and conditions of adoption.
  • Submit report forms after each scheduled cleanup day to the DPR project coordinator.

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Park
Invasives removal
Litter removal
Plantings (with approval)
Bulletin board upkeep
Leaf removal

Tree
Invasives removal
Watering
Fertilizing (with approval)
Pruning (with approval)

Court
Sweep debris
Repaint lines
Litter removal
Bulletin board upkeep
Net maintenance

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Playground
Litter removal
Raking mulch
Plantings (with approval)
Bulletin board upkeep

Community Center
Indoor cleanup
Painting
Plantings (with approval)
Bulletin board upkeep

Stream
Litter removal

Planting Bed
Weeding
Mulching
Planting flowers

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Field
Invasives removal
Litter removal
Mowing grass
Installing/removing linings
Bulleting board upkeep

Street Island
Invasives removal
Plantings (with approval)
Weeding
Raking mulch

Trail
Invasives removal
Litter removal
Bulleting board upkeep

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