Adopt-A-Park

Adopt-A-Park
CIMG2071 - CopyThe City of Belton parks system contains 160 acres of parkland.  Each park within the parks system has its own unique qualities.  Organizations, civic clubs, neighborhoods, families, businesses, and individuals are encouraged to work together to help enhance and preserve the quality of life in the City of Belton through volunteer service in the parks.  
By donating your time, resources, skills and giving special care, together we can keep Belton a beautiful place to live and work.
For more information click the links below:
Adopt-A-Park Program Information
Volunteer Form/End of Work Day Form

If you have additional questions about our Adopt-A-Park program,
please E-mail us!






Yettie Polk Park 2Thank you to the groups below that have adopted a park and share in our dedication to 
city parks:
Miller Heights Community Park:  The Hallbauer Family
Nolan Creek Hike & Bike Trail:  Central Texas Master Naturalists
Yettie Polk Park:  Kiwanis Builders Club at South Belton Middle School
Harris Community Park:  Belton Young Professionals
Confederate Park: CGI
Quail Meadows Park:  Belton Youth Advisory Commission
Heritage Park:  Belton Lions Club
Chisholm Trail Park: Belton New Tech Key Club

Beall Park: Available
South Wall Tiger Park: Available
Carla Kay Park: Available
Griggs Field: Available
Continental Field: Available
Jeff Hamilton Park: Available
Nolan Creek Nature Trail: Available