Liberty Park: St. Luke's Episcopal Church and New Day Lutheran Church
South Capital Park: David Morgan
Ryder Park: Anheuser-Busch
Kate Curley: Century 21 High Desert
Idaho Falls Dog Park: Duran Family
Mel Erickson Sunnyside Park:
Rollandet Park and Fields: Jamal Jimenez
Central Park: Happy Orchard Daycare, LLC
The Adopt-a-Park Program is a new volunteer opportunity that builds a sense of community pride and ownership around every park/facility in the City of Idaho Falls. The City of Idaho Falls Department of Parks and Recreation believe that the success of the Idaho Falls park's system depends on the support, assistance, advocacy and enthusiasm of community volunteers. Through the Adopt-a-Park Program, we seek to find the best practices and strategies to work together to enhance the park system.
Adopt-a-Park Quick Facts
Commitment:Adopter(s) commit to volunteering and caring for the park for 12 months from the date of adoption. Minimum expected volunteer service: 1 day a month volunteering in the park
1.) Review Volunteer Guidelines and Sign Volunteer Agreement
2.) Adopters must be 18 years or older
3.) Report Volunteer work days to the volunteer coordinator
4.) Keep track of volunteer numbers and hours report to Volunteer Coordinator quarterly numbers
Who can Participate?
Business or Other Community Organizations
Schools (groups and teams)
What will you be doing:
Routine and basic maintenance of the park.
Painting, graffiti removal, minor repairs
Manual invasive plant removal and habitat restoration