The Play Pensacola Adopt-a-Park program will allow for the maintenance and beautification of our city parks through litter control and debris removal. Pensacola is very fortunate to have 93 local community parks only separated by a half mile or less. Groups and individuals are encouraged to take pride in their local community parks and assist the parks department with preserving Pensacola's green spaces.
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The Play Pensacola Adopt-a-Park program invites individuals and groups such as neighborhood and athletic associations, church groups, youth groups, scouts, businesses, civic organizations and families to show community pride and take an active role in helping maintain and beautify one of our 93 local parks. By adopting a park the group and/or individual commits their time and effort to help clean up litter, debris and report any dangerous or hazardous conditions to the Parks and Recreation Department.
Trash bags and litter sticks will be provided to assist you in your efforts.
The program is coordinated under the direction of the Parks and Recreation Department. Groups or individuals who wish to adopt one of our 93 parks should contact Tim Land at the Parks and Recreation Department at (850) 436-5670 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Help us keep Pensacola beautiful by adopting one of our 93 local community parks!
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