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Adopt-A-Park Program

ADOPT-A-PARK PROGRAM

Adopt-A-Park is a program developed by the Lisle Park District that invites and trains residents and business community members who wish to assist in the general care and maintenance of parks and park amenities by selecting a specific location to care for. Show pride in your community, spend quality time outdoors and work hands-on to assist the Lisle Park District in helping to keep our 40 parks clean and litter free.

All participants should be over 18 years of age unless accompanied by an adult supervisor.

The Lisle Park District encourages all Adopt-A-Park volunteers to commit to one year of service and scheduling at least six work days per year. Park/program staff will provide a kit of tools and supplies to assist you in completing your tasks.

Program Open To

  • Individuals
  • Businesses
  • Schools
  • Youth Groups
  • Church Groups
  • Neighborhood Associations
  • Senior Citizens
  • Other Community Groups

General Tasks

  • Pick up litter
  • Remove weeds at playground
  • Spread and rake mulch
  • Rake leaves
  • Clean sand in playgrounds
  • Spring & Fall clean-up
  • Sweep pathways
  • Light graffiti removal

Special Requests Tasks

  • Assist with annual flower bed plantings at Sea Lion Aquatic Park
  • Assist with annual flower bed plantings at Connelly Park
  • Painting of graffiti, park fixtures, etc.
  • Planting projects or removal
  • Major weed removal or pruning
  • Invasive species removal

Parks to Adopt

You can adopt an entire park or a particular area within the park.

Beau Bien Park
Beau Bien Park
2600 Old Tavern Road, Lisle
7.5 Acres
Candlewood Park
Candlewood Park
5333 Cypress Court, Lisle
2.5 Acres
Connelly Memorial Park
Connelly Memorial Park
933 Lacey Avenue, Lisle
1.5 Acres
Kingston Park
Kingston Park
5601 Kingston Avenue, Lisle
6.47 Acres
Lisle Community Park
Lisle Community Park
1825 Ohio Street, Lisle
112 Acres
Ramp Park
Ramp Park
1825 Short Street, Lisle
Part of Community Park
Sea Lion Aquatic Park
Sea Lion Aquatic Park
1825 Short Street, Lisle
Part of Community Park
Surrey Ridge Park
Surrey Ridge Park
2200 Surrey Ridge Road, Lisle
18.2 Acres
Timber Park
Timber Park
2200 Abbeywood Drive, Lisle
1.5 Acres
Lisle Veterans Memorial
Lisle Veterans Memorial
923 School Street, Lisle
Part of Lisle Museum
The Museums at Lisle Station Park
The Museums at Lisle Station Park
921 School Street, Lisle
2 Acres

For More Information

Please contact Dan Garvy to submit all Adopt-A-Park Program forms, questions regarding training and any other information regarding the program.

Dan Garvy

Director of Parks & Recreation

630-353-4310
dgarvy@lisleparkdistrict.org

Download Adopt-A-Park Program Handbook

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