Help Us Keep Looking Good
Can your business or organization spare one day, four times a year, to help keep one of our City Parks or Trails in beautiful condition?
Please review this brief overview - HOW TO ORGANIZE A CLEAN-UP - to see what is takes for your group to perform this valuable service.
We ask volunteer organizations to perform Park or Trail basic maintenance 4x per year - raking, trash pick-up, sweeping and report any broken equipment to the city. Your group should commit for one year, and provide tools appropriate for the work being done (the city may be able to help with some of the equipment).
In recognition of your support, the City will post a sign prominently at your Park or Trail, and you will also have acknowledgement on the City web page. The sign will be given to your group at the end of your service.
Each volunteer must submit a Volunteer Waiver and a Maintenance Agreement Form prior to working. Parental permission is required for participants under the age of 18.
How to Get Started
Select the park or trail that your group would like to adopt. See the list below for the city parks and trails available for adoption.
- Schryver Park - Colorado Torpedoes Swim Team - 2022 & Kiwanis Club - 2022
- The Fields/Skate Park
- Memorial Park
- Seven Minute Spring Park - The Myers Family - 2022
- Mansions Park
- Soda Springs Park
- Bill Bauer’s Park - Homes of Manitou Springs - 2022
- Deer Valley Nature Park
- Higginbotham Flats - Jonye - 2022
- Ute Chief Park
- Peakview "Tot Lot"
- Mabel Willie Park
- Library Park
- Wheeler Town Clock Park - The Hemp Store - 2022
- Shoshone Spring/Park - Jonye' - 2022
- Cheyenne Spring/Park - Ric Hudson, All About Manitou Springs - 2022
- Iron Spring - T2 Training - Exp. 2022
- Wheeler Park
- Bear Park (TBD)
- Paul Intemann Memorial Nature Trail
- Intemann Trail East
- Intemann Trail West
- Iron Mountain Trail
- Red Mountain Trail - Cog Townhomes - 2022
- The Creek Walk Trail
SUBMIT YOUR ONLINE APPLICATION