The City of Roseville offers thanks and a round of applause for the dedication and support of the Adopt-a-Park volunteers who remove litter, maintain garden beds and keep a protective eye on their designated Roseville park.
Thanks to these caring volunteers for sharing their time and assisting park staff in maintaining Roseville’s extensive park system to the standard and quality that residents and vistors enjoy as a source of beauty and pride.
Acorn Park - Neighbors and Friends of Acorn ParkApplewood Park - Applewood Pointe of Roseville and Wells Fargo EmployeesAutumn Grove Park - Koch LogisticsBruce Russell Park - Roseville Lutheran ChurchCentral Park Victoria West - Prince of Peace ChurchCottontail Park – Advent Lutheran ChurchEvergreen Park - Koch LogisticsHoward Johnson Park - North Suburban Golden K KiwanisKeller-Mayflower Park - Keller-Mayflower Park NeighborsLadyslipper Park - Friends of Ladyslipper ParkLangton Lake Park - Julia NordlingLexington Park - Friends of Lexington ParkMapleview Park - North Suburban LionsMaterion Park - Hillsborough Apartments of RosevilleOasis Park - Susan Brown - Neighborhood Friends of Oasis ParkOwasso Hills - Nancy HauglandReservoir Woods East - St. Rose of Lima ChurchReservoir Woods West – Boy Scout Troop 297Rosebrook Park - Affinity Plus RosevilleSandcastle Park - Northeast Contemporary Services, Inc and Joan SmileyValley Park - Becker-Finn FamilyVeterans Park - Roseville VFW Post #7555Upper Villa Park - B-Dale ClubLower Villa Park - Cohansey Neighborhood
Several parks remain available through the Adopt-a-Park program. Contact Volunteer Coordinator Kelly O’Brien at 651-792-7028 or email@example.com if you or your organization would like to adopt a park.
If you are unable to commit to a year of volunteering, consider giving a few hours or a few days. We are looking for volunteers to plant flowers, pull weeds at the Arboretum or pick up trash throughout the parks system. Contact Kelly O’Brien to explore these and other volunteer opportunities.