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Parks and Recreation - Adopt-a-Park Program

Tucson Clean & Beautiful Adopt-a-Park Program

The first Adopt-a-Park project was held at "A" Mountain (Sentinel Peak) on July 26, 1984 when a coalition of City and County government leaders, the business community, and volunteers from community organizations joined forces. Since then Tucson Clean & Beautiful has been working with community volunteer groups, in partnership with the City and the County, to help maintain Tucson's beautiful environment. 

The Adopt-a-Park & Public Areas program includes parks both in the City of Tucson and in eastern Pima County, as well as other public areas such as streets, alleys, washes, and trails. Approximately 85 City parks and a total of 260 public areas throughout metropolitan Tucson are currently adopted by volunteer groups. 

More information is available on Tucson Clean & Beautiful’s website. Interested groups can contact Jean Hickman, Adopt-a-Park & Public Areas Coordinator at 520-791-3109.