City Of Sparks


Adopt-A-Park Volunteers

Since 1998, Sparks Adopt-A-Park program has allowed organizations, groups, and individuals to participate in the maintenance and enhancement of the 40+ parks in the Sparks area. Duties of volunteers range from cleaning and pulling weeds to raking and painting, and one of the most important tasks is simply communicating any damage, vandalism, or other potential problems to the City.

Volunteers work at their own convenience with minimal supervision. Not only do volunteers gain satisfaction through community involvement and park beautification; they also receive public acknowledgement in Parks and Recreation newsletters and activity guides and have a courtesy sign placed in the adopted park recognizing their volunteer efforts.

Download the Adopt-A-Park Information Package and Application.




Join us in thanking our current Adopt-A-Park participants:

AACT Trailblazers - Wildcreek Park

ADT - Rock Park

Academy of Arts, Careers, and Technology - Rock Park

Baring Blvd. Veterinary Hospital - Corner of Baring Blvd. & N. Truckee Lane

Big O Tires - Burgess Park

Boys & Girls Club of Truckee Meadows - Ardmore Park

Boy Scouts of America Troop #110 - Woodtrail Park

Club Hope - Shadow Mountain Sports Complex

Cub Scout Pack #110 - Antelope Ridge Park

Darsky & Bartella Family - Del Cobre Park

Diamond Motors & Pawn Inc. - Southeast Corner of Prater Way & El Rancho Drive

Foster Grandparent Program - Sparks Memorial Park

Friends of Kestrel Park

Girl Scouts Sierra Nevada Troop #72 - Village Green Park

Girl Scouts Troop #778 - Shelly Park

Henry Schein, inc. - Sparks Marina Park

James Gardner - Maldonado Park

Kiwanis Club of Downtown Sparks - Canyon Hills Park

Knights of Columbus - Alf Sorensen Community Center

Lamplight Christian School - Sparks Marina Park

Lena Juniper Elementary School - Aimone Park

Mendive Middle School - Woodtrail Park

Pat & Tom Hilbert - Golden Eagle Regional Park

Reed High School National Honor Society - Pah Rah Park

Sierra Nevada Cinderella Pageant & Scholarship Program - Sage Canyon Park

Sierra Nevada Gymkhana Club - Gandolfo Rodeo Arena

Sierra Nevada Junior Rodeo Association - Gandolfo Rodeo Arena

Sons & Daughters of Erin - Longford Park

Sparks Greenbrae Lions Club - Church Park

Sparks Piranhas - Alf Sorensen Community Center

Spanish Springs HS Cougars Battalion - Wedekind Park

Spanish Springs High School Rodeo Team - Gandolfo Rodeo Arena

Sparks Spanish Springs Lions Club - Les Hicks, Jr. Park

Students from Bishop Manogue and the Baccalaureate Program - Pagni Ranch Park

Summit Christian Church - Deer Park, Poulakidas Park

The Hacienda Plaza - N. Truckee Drain Trail

The Houston Trio - Disc Park

Trinity Services, Inc. - Van Meter Park

US Bank - East Sparks Branch - Willowcreek Park

Van Gorder Elementary School - Jacinto Park

We still need your help with the following parks!

Bandstand Park • 1494 Victorian Avenue

Bitterbrush Park • 3650 Lepus Drive

Bodega Park • 1200 Bodega Drive

City Recreation Center • 98 Richards Way

Cottonwood Park • 777 Spice Islands Drive

Coyote Springs Park • 1375 Vista Del Cobre Avenue

Detention Dam • 1400 Disc Drive

Fisherman’s Park • 55 Galetti Way

Gateway Park • Greg Street

Glendale Park • 399 Coney Island

Golden Eagle Regional Park • 6400 Vist Blvd.

Kiley Ranch Park #1  

Lillard Park • Pyramid Way & Victorian Avenue

Oppio Park • 2355 18th Street

Pelican Park • Pride Drive in Wingfield Springs

Pinion Park • 355 S. 21st Street

Red Hawk Park • 3215 Poco Rey Drive

Rose Garden Park • 6195 Wingfield Springs Road

Tumbleweed Trails Park • 7575 Bareback Drive

Vista View Park • 2201 N. D’Andrea Parkway

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