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For more information call Parks Maintenance at 775-334-2270

The Adopt-A-Park Program is designed to encourage community volunteers to work hands on to help keep Reno’s parks clean, attractive Adopt-A-Park Logoand safe for everyone. This program offers the opportunity for people to get more involved with their community in a way that promotes pride, appreciation and awareness. The program is open to individuals, neighborhood associations, civic groups, faith-based organizations, service organizations, school groups, businesses and other community organizations throughout the City of Reno. It is a great way to give back to the community and to have a sense of accomplishment. Adopting groups develop teamwork, camaraderie and company pride. It also gives adopters a chance to have a hands-on role in keeping their park clean and beautiful.


What Is the Adopt-A-Park Time Commitment?

The volunteer individual/organization commits to a minimum number of volunteer hours per year spread over two or three volunteer days at different times of the year. The minimum time commitment varies with the type of park adopted. The general guidelines are:

  • Pocket Parks – adopter commits to 25 volunteer hours per year with two volunteer days. Sites are typically less than one acre and have a limited range of amenities.
  • Neighborhood Parks - adopter commits to 75 volunteer hours per year with two or three volunteer days. Sites are typically between 3 and 15 acres and have a range of park amenities.
  • Community Parks - adopter commits to 150 volunteer hours per year with three volunteer days. Sites range in size from 15 to 49 acres and are the highest use parks because of size and type of amenities. Special financial considerations apply to the City’s signature parks, including Idlewild, Virginia Lake, Mira Loma and Teglia’s Paradise. Contact the Park Maintenance Office for details.

Reno, Sparks and Washoe County Parks agencies have partnered with Keep Truckee Meadows Beautiful to provide a single point of contact for application.  Click the link below to access KTMB's information document, including the full list of adoptable parks for each agency. 

To start adopting a park or for more information download the

Parks Already Adopted

Belford Trail
Friends of Rosewood Wash/Mark & Lori Wray
Horseman's Park
Reno Host Lion's Club
Idlewild Park Kiddieland
Reno Host Lion's Club
Mira Loma Park
NV Energy
Moana Park
Reno Host Lion's Club
Neil/Kietzke Roundabout
Signature Landscapes, LLC
Newlands Park
JP & Son Landscaping
Northwest Park
Unity of Reno
Plumas Park
Homer J's Senior Dog Sanctuary
Powning Park
Garden Shop Nursery Landscaping Division
Robinhood Park
Reno South Rotary
University Ridge Park
UNR Circle K
Virginia Lake Park
Southwest Veterinary Hospital
Whitaker Park
Reno Host Lion's Club
Wingfield Park/Barbara Bennett Park
Leadership Reno/Sparks  



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