The Township of Scugog has a public service program called Adopt-a-Park, contracting volunteer groups to collect garbage and debris from a designated park area on a regular basis. Volunteer with your family, neighbour, friends, a community group or business to help protect and improve our parks.

You must sign a Volunteer Group Pledge Form to adopt a park.

Why should I adopt a park?

Your commitment to the community helps to keep our parks clean, safe and beautiful. To recognize your volunteer group, the Township of Scugog acknowledges your commitment with an official Adopt-a-Park Sign, after the second successful cleanup of your adopted park.

Learn more from our Adopt-a-Park Brochure.

Safety

The Township considers your safety when making decisions about the Adopt-a-Park program. Our Adopt-a-Park Safety Guidelines help keep our volunteers safe.

Areas available for adoption

Parks available for adoption include:

  • Carolyn Best Diamonds
  • Victorian Village
  • Seagrave Park
  • Cartwright Peace Park
  • Canterbury Common Trail
  • Birdseye Park
  • Poplar Park

Current volunteers

Current Adopt-a-Park participants:

Volunteer Group

Adopted Park

Prince Albert Public School

Georgian Woods SWMP

Immaculate Conception Catholic School

Herbert A. Bruce Park

Blackstock and District Lions Club

Cartwright Pioneer Parkette

Rotary Club of Port Perry

Rotary Environmental Park

Michael L. Fowler Law Office

Rotary Environmental Park

Good Shepherd Catholic

Port Perry Fairgrounds

Port Perry Lions Club

Scugog Shores Museum

First Port Perry Scout Group

Scout Hall Park

Greenbank Public School

Ianson Park

Good Shepherd Catholic School

Port Perry Fairgrounds

#41 RC(Army) CC Ontario Regiment Cadets     

Scugog Shores Millenium Trail and Reflection Park