Orange County Government, Florida

Adopt-a-Park Program

Volunteer by supporting an individual park.

Group Size and Commitment

Adopt a Park

Adopt-a-Park Program

The typical volunteer group size is 1 to 30 individuals. Volunteers may be asked to perform duties such as removing litter, light landscaping work, graffiti removal, trail maintenance, and other park-related projects to enhance park locations.

The individual or group must also commit to a minimum number of volunteer hours:

  • Four hours per individual per month.
  • For school groups, commit a minimum of 120 hours of volunteer service per semester during the school year.

Getting Started

Adopting a Park is Easy!

Adopting a park is easy. Schedule a time to meet with the site supervisor at your favorite park to discuss how you can help. Make sure to write a cover memo to accompany your application with the following information:

  • The individual, group or organization’s name for consideration.
  • Why you wish to adopt the particular park site.

Register

Complete an Adopt-A-Park Volunteer Service Application packet for your group or organization and the Orange County Parks Registration/Release Form for the program contact.

Submit your application at the site where you wish to volunteer and it will be considered for approval by Orange County’s Parks Advisory Board.

    Contact Us

    Orange County Parks & Recreation Division
    4801 West Colonial Drive
    Orlando, Florida 32808

    Phone: (407) 836-6200
    Fax: (407) 836-6210

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