Adopt-A-Park Return to General Information
What is the Adopt-A-Park Program?
The Adopt-A-Park Program is a volunteer experience for residents and businesses to work with the Palm Beach County Parks and Recreation Department to keep our community’s parks, beaches and trails clean and attractive. The program provides participants with a sense of park ownership and an outlet to give back to the community and protect our natural environment. Opportunities include maintaining the parks, beaches, and trails by picking up litter, maintaining flower beds, painting, spreading playground mulch including safety surfacing and other manual labor.
Who can participate?
• Athletics Organizations
• Business or Other Community Organizations
• Civic Groups
• Faith-Based Organizations
• Neighborhood Associations
• Schools (groups and teams)
• Service Organizations
• Youth Groups
What are the commitments?
The Adopt-A-Park Program is designed so everyone can participate. From one-time experiences to reoccurring cleanup events, you choose how often you make a difference. There is no fee to participate. A fee may apply to reserve large picnic pavilions.
Will I need to provide my own equipment?
PBC Parks will provide…
• Trash and recycling bags
How will my adoption be recognized?
• Certificate of Adoption
• Listed as Adopt-A-Park partner on PBC Parks website
• Additional recognition may be available through a unique sponsorship. Contact our business development manager at 561-966-6643 for additional information.
How do I get started?
If you have any questions or would like to discuss the parks currently available for adoption, email our volunteer coordinator at Parksvol@pbcgov.org or call 561-966-6609.
If your group has already participated in a cleanup and would like to schedule your next cleanup event, please complete the
Adopt-A-Park Request Form
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- Baha’i Childrens Class WPB
- Boca Save Our Beaches
- Catholic Charities Green Team
- Florida Community Engagement – Progressive Insurance
- Friends of Jupiter Beach
- Haiti Cholera Research Funding Foundation
- John I. Leonard Going Green Club
- Loggerhead Marine Life Center
- NextERA Business Management
- Palm Beach Atlantic University – Club Wild
- Palm Beach Pack and Paddle
- Sea Turtle Adventures
- The Cleanup Kids
- West Palm Beach 7th Day Baptist
- Woolbright Development, Inc.