Adopt-A-Park


What is the Adopt-A-Park program?

Adopt-A-Park is a stewardship program that matches corporate and community partners with a local park to love. Adopt-A-Park partners commit to become stewards of this park property. At minimum, partners perform four projects per year at their adopted park. The Adopt-A-Park program is designed specifically for groups from local companies, schools, neighborhood groups, and other community organizations. Learn more about the program in the Adopt-A-Park Handbook.

 

What parks are available for adoption?

Check out the map below to find a park available near you!


How to get started:

  1. Complete the Adopt-A-Park Application     -     Adopt-A-Park Application (download)
  2. Meet with Parks Staff to discuss possible projects, expectations, and requirements.
  3. Sign the Adoption Agreement and start volunteering!

If you’re interested in becoming an Adopt-A-Park partner, please call us at 502/574-6403 or email [email protected]

 

Current Adoption Partners:
Park Partner
Bingham Park Neighbors of Bingham Park
Breslin Park Skate Spot Home Skateshop
Central Park Old Louisville Neighborhood Council
Cherokee Park, Beargrass Creek Beargrass Creek Alliance
Cherokee Park St. Francis High School
Cherokee Park Trails Kentucky Mountain Bike Association
Chickasaw Tennis Courts West Louisville Tennis Club
Emerson Park Independent Order of Odd Fellows - Lorraine No. 4
Eva Bandman Park - South Area Trails UofL Cycling/Triathlon Team
Fairmount Falls Boy Scouts of America, Lincoln Heritage Council, Seneca District, Pack 1
 Irish Hill Park Irish Hill Neighborhood Association
Strand Associates
Russell Lee Park Humana
Shelby Park Gresham, Smith & Partners
Stansbury Park Manual High School Y-Club
Tyler Park  Tyler Park Neighborhood Association
Waverly Park - Clinic Loop Kentucky Mountain Bike Association
Wayside Park Louisville Bicycle Club
Westonia Park LOVE City Inc.
Willow Park Cherokee Triangle Neighborhood Association 

 

Resources for Adoption Partners: