Adopt-A-Park Program is a free, community partnership with the City of London and London residents and community groups. The program encourages community groups, neighbours and local businesses to get involved in the preservation and enhancement of our many great parks, green spaces, skateboard and dog parks. London's parks are enjoyed by many residents and are appreciated by all. By participating in the Adopt-a-Park program, volunteers donate time to give special care to a City park by helping to maintain, beautify, enhance and keep the park safe for all to enjoy.
On Sept. 26, 2015 the City of London will recognize residents and groups who have conducted two park clean ups each year in the 67 city parks they have adopted, with an outdoor celebration and movie in the park!
There are still over 200 parks in the City of London that are still eligible for adoption. Larger parks are divided into smaller sections allowing for multiple adopters to participate. Bring your friends, family, neighbours, social, work or interest groups together to increase the pride, cleanliness, and beauty in your neighbourhood. The City of London will provide the materials and supports needed to complete your twice annual clean-up activities.
The Adopt-A-Park Brochure and Park Adopted List (right hand side bar) will provide more information and to view who has already adopted a park.
To find out which parks are available for adoption, contact the Community Projects Coordinator.
Certificate of Appreciation for park adopters at Springbank Gardens - Guy Lombardo Pavilion
Adopt A Park Certificate of Appreciation Ceremony at Springbank Gardens
Map of all the Adopt A Park parks
Adopt A Park - Neighbours of Ingleside Place