Adopt-A-Road or Park

Adopt-A-Road or Park

Adopt-A-Road and Adopt-A-Park are volunteer litter control programs sponsored by the City of Orange City. Participants agree to pick up trash and litter on a specific City maintained road or park that they adopt, for a period of two (2) years. Adopters may select any un-adopted road or park in Orange City that their group or organization can handle within their time and man-power constraints.

Any civic-minded individual, group or organization can adopt a City park or road. Garden clubs, corporations, Scout groups, student organizations, social clubs, youth sport organizations and homeowner associations are just a few examples.

Both programs aim to promote neighborhood cohesiveness and to project an attractive city with a comfortable quality of life. Joining either program is a way to get acquainted with your neighbors.  There are no costs involved in participating in our Adopt-A-Park or Adopt-A-Road programs; only a little of your time.


Adopt-A-Park
Please click here to download the Adopt-A-Park application.

For more information:
Ashley Gay
agay@ourorangecity.com
386-775-5454

To submit a completed Cleanup Report please click here.

 Adopted Parks
The City of Orange City would like to thank the following organizations for adopting a park:

  • Coleman Park – Adopted by the Journey Church
  • Dickinson Park – Adopted by Orange City Fire Cadets Post 1890
  • Mill Lake Park – Adopted by Kmarks Events
  • Oak Avenue Park – Adopted by Anthony Pupello and Family
  • Valentine Park – Adopted by the Thomas Family honoring those who fight Cystic Fibrosis
  • Veterans Memorial Park – Adopted by The Journey Church
  • Waggin’ Trail Dog Park – Adopted by Cub Scout Pack 420 OC

Adopt-A-Road
Please click here to download the Adopt-A-Road application.

For more information:
Gary Ayik
gayik@ourorangecity.com
386-775-5453

To submit a completed Cleanup Report please click here.

Adopted Roads
The City of Orange City would like to thank the following organizations for adopting a road:

  • Holly Avenue, University to Blue Spring Avenue – Adopted by the Lucas Family
  • Rhode Island Avenue, 17/92 to Leavitt Avenue – Adopted by Fairwinds Credit Union

The following roads are still available for adoption:

  • French Avenue, 17/92 to Leavitt Avenue
  • Leavitt Avenue, French Ave to Wisconsin Avenue
  • Leavitt Avenue, Ohio Avenue to Graves Avenue
  • Ohio Avenue, 17/92 to Leavitt Avenue
  • Carpenter Avenue, Ohio Avenue to Graves Avenue
  • Carpenter Avenue, Graves Avenue to Lansdowne Avenue
  • Blue Springs Avenue, Sparkman Avenue to 17/92
  • Blue Springs Avenue, 17/92 to Leavitt Avenue
  • Graves Avenue, Sparkman Avenue to 17/92

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