The Adopt-A-Park program encourages community organizations, school clubs, corporations, and individuals to take an active role in improving Fairfield's park system. One unselfish act benefits the entire community. Adopting a park can take many forms, including establishing a presence in the park, to being on the look-out for maintenance issues and reporting these to the City, providing maintenance assistance in the form of general clean-up, stream bed clean ups, painting, weeding, and providing input to the City on park development and use.
We encourage you to become directly involved in improving parks, invest in environmental protection, and protect our resources while experiencing personal, social, and physical rewards.
The City will erect a sign in the park adopted bearing the name of the adopting group or individual. In addition, the City will keep the public informed of the adopting group's activities in the park. While investing in the environment, you or your group will find this worthwhile and creative opportunity to improve and foster pride in our community.
Currently available for adoption are the following parks: Dover, Lee Bell, Meadow, Rolling Hills Neighborhood, Linear Park Rose Garden, Sunrise, Tabor, and various sections of Linear Park . There are also two Tot Lots available for adoption: Utah Street and W. Kentucky Street. For more information, contact Karen Rees, Volunteer Program Coordinator, at 707.428.7767.