Thank you for your interest in adopting a street or park! Whether you're an individual, family, volunteer group, community group, church, or business - everyone is welcome to participate. It's a great way to promote community pride and goodwill within your organization, or among family and friends.
To begin the process of adopting a park or street, please complete the Adopt-a-Street/Park Application form. Once submitted, staff will contact you with further details and you'll be well on your way to caring for your adopted park or street.
Adopt-a-Park adopters perform a variety of tasks to improve and maintain the aesthetic value of their designated park. They. . .
To recognize their efforts, an Adopt-a-Park placard, including the group's name, is placed at the park.
|Central Park||Lewis River Rotary Club|
|Florence Robison Park - South||Moms Club of Battle Ground|
|Fairgrounds Park||Cub Scout Pack 443|
|Florence Robison Park - North||Battle Ground Lions Club|
|Triangle Park||French Family|
|Cedar Trails||McCoy/Bruegl Families|
|Kiwanis Park||IQ Credit Union|
|McConnell Park||American Heritage Girls Troop WA 1031|
Adopt-a-Street adopters remove litter and perform other beautification projects to improve the aesthetic and environmental qualities their designated street. They. . .
To recognize their efforts, an Adopt-a-Street placard, including the group's name, is posted on their adopted street.
|Street / Section||Adopter|
|East Main Street between Grace & Parkway Avenues||Battle Ground Rotary Club|
|SW 20th Avenue between Main Street & SW 7th Circle||Victoria & Dave Maas|