Help Keep Us Looking This Good!
Can your business or organization spare one day a month to help keep one of our City Parks in beautiful condition?
Please review this brief overview - How to Organize a Cleanup - to see what it takes for your group to perform this valuable service.
We ask volunteer organizations to perform maintenance once per month - such as weeding, raking sand, picking up trash and reporting any broken park equipment to the City. Your group should commit for one year, and provide tools appropriate for the work being done.
Large parks may have two or more groups responsible for different weeks during the month. In recognition of your support, the City will post a sign prominently at your Park, and you will also have acknowledgment on the Park's web page.
Each volunteer must submit a Cleanup Volunteer Waiver prior to working. Parental permission is required for participants under the age of 18.
How to get started
Select the park that your group would like to adopt. See map and the list below for the city parks available for adoption.
|Park Name||Address||Adopted By|
|Falcon Park||15050 W. Indian School Rd.||
MOMS Club of Goodyear
Millennium High School
|Goodyear Community Park *||3151 N. Litchfield Rd.||- Available for Adoption -|
|Rio Paseo||15200 W. Virginia Ave.||Divine Care|
|Bullard Wash Phase 2||Girl Scout Troop 2636|
|Palm Valley||13189 W. Monte Vista Dr.||Primrose Academy|
|Parque de Paz||1601 N. Palo Verde Dr.||SW Community Network|
|Wildflower North||16151 W. Monroe St.||- Available for Adoption -|
|Wildflower South||16150 W. Desert Bloom St.||Desert Edge High School|
|Loma Linda||400 E. Loma Linda Blvd.||Westside Silver Fins|
|Estrella Vista South||2700 S. 157th Ave.||Cactus Patch Girl Scouts|
|Roscoe Park||15600 W. Roeser Rd.||Petz Place|
|Foothills Community Park||12795 S. Estrella Pkwy.||Cub Scout Pack 360|
* All 4 weekends of each month are available for adoption.