Adopt-A-Park

Briardale Park equipment

Are you passionate about your community and the outdoors? Adopt a Fridley park!

The City of Fridley is looking for community members, organizations, and businesses to adopt a park! Community members and groups will work alongside City of Fridley Park and Recreation staff to help keep our city parks clean and beautiful. You can make a difference in Fridley parks!

Check out the Adopt-A-Park program brochure (PDF) for more information. 

Who can adopt a park?

The Adopt-A-Park program welcomes community members and groups to adopt a park including residents, neighborhoods, schools, community groups, faith-based organizations, and businesses. Youth volunteering under the age of 18 must be supervised by an adult.

What parks can be adopted?

Fridley has over 30 different city parks available for adoption. Check out the Interactive Adopt-A-Park Map to see what parks are available for adoption. Springbrook Nature Center, the Little League fields, and Anoka County Parks are not available for adoption.

Altura ParkCreek View Park
Hackmann Circle Park
ADOPTED
Logan Park
Plymouth Square Park

Springbrook Park
Briardale ParkEd Wilmes Park
Harris Lake Park ADOPTED
Madsen Park

Rivers Edge Way Park
Summit Square Park    ADOPTED
Commons ParkEdgwater Gardens Park
Innsbruck Park
Meadowlands Park
Riverview Heights Park
Sylvan Hills
Community Park Farr Lake Park
Jay Park
Moore Lake Park
Ruth Circle Park Terrace Park
Craig ParkFlanery Park  
ADOPTED
Jubilee Park

Oak Hill Park

Skyline Park

West Moore Lake Park 
Creekridge Park
Glencoe ParkLocke Lake Park
Plaza Park




What responsibilities are involved in adopting a park?

Volunteers will be responsible for picking up litter, removing weeds, maintaining the area around the park sign, and reporting any vandalism or safety hazards to parks staff. Responsibilities may vary from park to park. Adopting a park is a minimum one-year commitment with 4 clean ups per year.

How can I apply to adopt a park?

You can apply 3 different ways:

  1. Fill out the online application
  2. Paper application (PDF): Print then mail or deliver an Adopt-A-Park application to Fridley City Hall 7071 University Ave NE, Fridley, MN, 55432
  3. Call Fridley Parks and Recreation at 763-572-3570 to apply.

After you have been approved to adopt a park, you will have a short training with Fridley Parks staff to learn more about your adopted park.

What happens after I submit an application?

City of Fridley staff will review your application. After you have been approved to adopt a park, you will receive a short training with Fridley Parks and Recreation staff to learn more about your responsibilities and your adopted park. You and members of your group will also have to sign a volunteer expectations and liability form.

As a thank you to all participants in the Fridley Adopt-A-Park program, there will be a sign dedicated to you/your group for the duration of you involvement in the program.

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