We assist the City of Omaha’s Parks & Recreation Department by coordinating the Adopt-a-Park program. Volunteer groups that adopt an Omaha park are provided with supplies and asked to do the following:
- Agree to a one-year commitment
- Complete a brief monthly form and submit it to Keep Omaha Beautiful
- Clean the adopted park at least once a month (i.e, pick up litter and debris)
Additional activities can include sweeping sidewalks and parking lots, cleaning the barbeque grills, raking leaves, picking up branches, pulling weeds, and reporting broken equipment or tables.
If a group is interested, some adopted parks may need special projects completed such as:
- Cleaning gutters and storm drains
- Painting park benches, picnic tables, and/or playground equipment
- Painting over graffiti
- Mulching certain areas
- Planting and watering trees and flowers
For more information or if you have questions, please contact us at 402.444.7774 or HelloKOB@cityofomaha.org. Interested in adopting a park? Fill out the form below and email it to email@example.com
Thank you to our dedicated Adopt-A-Park groups!
Aksarben Elmwood Park Neighborhood Association ● Alpha Kappa Psi - Creighton Chapter ● Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Midlands ● Boerner Family ● Boy Scouts Troop #565 ● Boystown ● Chesterman Coca-Cola ● CHI Health Immanuel Hospital ● Circle K International - Creighton Chapter ● Crossroads of Western Iowa ● Deer Ridge Neighborhood Watch ● Developmental Disability Center of NE ● Developmental Services of Nebraska ● Encor ● First Presbyterian Church ● Friendship Program ● Girl Scout Troop #48780 ● HDR ● Integrated Life Choices - Millard ● Joslyn Castle Neighborhood Association ● Keep Zorinsky Beautiful ● Keystone Citizen Patrol ● Marine Engineer Maintenance Company ● Mylife LLC ● Omni Behavioral Health ● PHDDS - Milestones ● Phi Delta Chi/Kappa Psi - Creighton Chapter ● The Poleshuk Family ● South Omaha High National Honor Society ● Warrior Planet - Westside High School ● Youth Emergency Services