Adopt-a-Park Program

Volunteers adding mulch to a flower bed

The Adopt-a-Park program is designed to promote partnerships between community members, groups, and businesses to assist the Parks staff with routine maintenance, clean up, and beautification of parks, open spaces, and trails, creating a beautiful, clean environment for all to enjoy.

Through the use of volunteers, designated areas will be spruced up by removing litter and debris, controlling weeds, caring for plants, mulching around trees and planing areas, raking leaves, identifying hazards, reporting vandalism, and planting trees, shrubs, and other approved vegetation. The program also aims to educate Dallas residents about the importance of our parks, open spaces, and trails.


Adopt-A-Park Forms


Parks Need to be adopted


The Parks and Recreation Department has identified specific parks, park sections, and trail sections that will be part of the Adopt-a-Park program. The list includes, but is not limited to:
  • Barberry Park
  • Birch Street Park
  • Carnegie Building Lot
  • Central Bark Dog Park
  • Dallas City Hall lot
  • Dallas Ambulance/Fire Station
  • Dallas City Park
    • Old Side
    • New Side
    • Disc Golf Course 1-10
    • Disc Golf Course 11-18
    • Horse Shoe Pit area
    • Shelters (Gazebo, Kitchen, Shelter)
    • Japanese Garden
    • Academy St. Entrance Island
    • Picnic Table maintenance
    • Basketball Courts
  • Delbert Fredricks Memorial Park
  • Fountain Island
 Red denotes parks that have been adopted.

Other Ways to Support Area Parks


Adopt-a-Park is only one way to support the local Parks, if you are interested in helping in other ways ask about our Engraved Brick Program, the Commemorative Bench and Picnic Table Program, or consider a donation earmarked for a specific project that interests you.