Adopt-A-Park is an Edina volunteer public service program that encourages Edina organizations and individuals to make significant contributions toward maintaining the high quality of Edina's parks by keeping them litter-free and identifying safety hazards. By participating, you contribute to a cleaner environment in your neighborhood and you allow the City to conserve and redirect resources.

Litter Issues

Litter is a key issue in Edina's parks. If left uncollected, litter can destroy the natural aesthetics of any city, no matter now beautiful its parks. Litter collection is extremely expensive and time consuming and diverts park maintenance crews from other important projects.

Service Commitment

You are in a position to provide valuable service to your neighborhood while nurturing your connections to the community. We ask for a two-year commitment during which you or your group would pick up your designated park at least twice per year, preferably once in May or June and again in September or October. 

Available Parks

Currently, all of our parks are adopted. We will make updates here when parks become available to adopt!

Adopted Parks

List of 36 parks (PDF) that have been adopted.

Additional Information

To adopt a park or for more information, call the Parks and Recreation Department at 952-826-0367.