Tucson Clean & Beautiful: Adopt-a-Park & Public Areas

The first Adopt-a-Park project was held at Sentinel Peak ("A" Mountain) on July 26, 1984 when a coalition of City and County government leaders, the business community, and volunteers from community organizations joined forces. Since then Tucson Clean & Beautiful has been working with community volunteer groups, in partnership with the City and the County, to improve our environment and quality of life.

The Adopt-a-Park & Public Areas program includes parks both in the City of Tucson and in eastern Pima County, as well as other public areas such as streets and paths/trails. There are currently over 260 public sites adopted by community groups throughout metropolitan Tucson with many more waiting to be adopted.

For more information contact Tucson Clean & Beautiful at (520) 837-6834 or email