Adopt a Park

Hands-On Experience

The Adopt-a-Park program is an opportunity for local groups to be hands-on members of the team that keeps our Parks in top condition. The contribution of your group's time and effort will ensure that Ogden City Parks remain among the most inviting and beautiful parks in our state.

Why Adopt-a-Park?

  • Enhancing parks promotes civic engagement, pride and environmental stewardship.
  • Grow your organization through community service and team building.
  • Help raise maintenance levels, increase the quality of parks and facilities and help to beautify Ogden Parks

How the Program Works

We will assist you in determining which park will benefit most from your efforts and will be most convenient for your volunteers.

Maintenance efforts will be tailored to your adopted park and may include:
  • Graffiti Removal
  • Litter Pickup
  • Painting
  • Sweeping Walkways
  • Tree Planting
We ask that your group make a commitment for at least 2 years.

View an online Adopt-a-Park Application.

Parks Available for Adoption

Park Name
Adopted By
9th Street Park Available
Beus Pond Park In Memoriam of Nancy Call
Big D Sports Park Available
Bonneville Park Available
Browning Park Available
College Heights Park Available
Court Yard Park Available
Dee Memorial Park Available
Dog Park Available
Forest Green Park Available
Francis Park Available
Glassman Pond Summit Day Treatment Center
​and Intermountain Health Care Employees
Grandview Park Available
High Adventure Park Available
Jaycee Park Available
Jefferson Park Roads to Independence
Lester Park Available
Liberty Park Available
Lorin Farr Park Available
Marquardt Park Available
Marshall White Park Available
Monroe Park Saint Joseph Catholic Elementary School
Mount Eyrie Park Available
Mount Ogden Park Available
Orchard Park Available
Romrell Park Available
Sullivan Hollow Available
Thomas Park Available
West Ogden Park Cargill Animal Nutrition
West Stadium Park Available