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Adopt-A-Park / Trail

Adopt-a-Park / Trail Program
Keeping up with the day to day traffic flow and resulting litter can be difficult. Through the efforts of volunteers, the City is able to make improvements that wouldn't otherwise be possible. By volunteering to Adopt-A-Park, you increase the pleasure of park visits for everyone.

The Adopt-A-Park program is available to community groups, civic organizations, churches, families, and individuals interested in becoming more involved in the community. Adopt-A-Park volunteers remove litter and debris from one of Newport's parks. To become involved, please fill out the form and return it to Newport City Hall.

The City of Newport would like to thank its current Adopt-a-Park/Trail Volunteers:
PARKS AND CIVIC AREAS (Pick up litter)  
Bailey School Forest Available
Busy Beaver Park Ellie and Jenny Habbena
Frances and Henry James Park Joyce Family
Lions Park Newport Fire Department
Loveland Park Cassie Lee Baker
Newport Library Pauline Schottmuller
Pioneer Park Available
Red Rock Cemetery Mark and Gina Dueffert
10th Street Overlook Pauline Schottmuller
12th Street Overlook / Park Place Overlook Available
12th Street Pedestrian Bridge, East End Heuer Family
12th Street Pedestrian Bridge, West End Newport Elementary School
20th Street Pedestrain Bridge, East End Marge Barenthin
20th Street Pedestrain Bridge, West End Marge Barenthin

TRAILS (Pick up litter)  
Glen Road Susan Lindoo and Mike Wolesky
Hastings Ave. North of Glen Road & Red Rock Cemetery Kari Hickey 
Hastings Avenue South of Glen Road Leslie Krebsbach
Maxwell Avenue Available
Red Rock Road Available
Flower Pots on 10th Avenue Emily White
Oliver Overlook  Available
3 Planters on Wall Along Hastings Avenue  Available
12th St. Pedestrian Bridge, West End - Flower Garden Stephanie Rassett
12th St. Pedestrian Bridge, East End - Flower Garden Heuer Family