Adopt-A-Park

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The City of Le Sueur’s Adopt-A-Park program is a public service program that encourages volunteers, with the assistance of the Parks and Recreation Department, to adopt a space or park in Le Sueur for regular maintenance and cleanups, including picking up litter and planting flowers.  We strive to beautify city parks and create and promote neighborhood and community involvement.

The City of Le Sueur’s Adopt-A-Park program is a public service program that encourages volunteers, with the assistance of the Parks and Recreation Department, to adopt a space or park in Le Sueur for regular maintenance and cleanups, including picking up litter and planting flowers.  We strive to beautify city parks and create and promote neighborhood and community involvement.

Goals of the Adopt-A-Park Program
  • Reduce litter in parks
  • Overall park beautification
  • Enhancement of the environment
  • Increase community pride

Guidelines

  • Sponsors will agree to pick up litter in the adopted park at a minimum of once per month (spring, summer, fall).
  • Prepare and maintain flowerbeds and shrubs.  Sponsors will water plantings sufficiently and control weeds as necessary.
  • Plantings, repairs and installation of new equipment or furnishings must be approved by the Parks & Recreation department prior to any work.
  • All participants under 18 years of age must be properly supervised.
  • Report any items in need of repair to the Parks & Recreation Department.

Volunteers are encouraged to consider the size of their group before selecting a cleanup site.

Adoption Procedures

Parks and Open Spaces

Bruce Frank Field [Adopted by Le Sueur Family Dental]
Legion Park [Adopted by Rotary Club of Le Sueur]
Mother Louise Park [Adopted by Mary Sasse's Buds]
River Park [Adopted by The River Dawgs]
Cedar Ridge Trail Park [Adopted by St. Anne's School]
Mayo Park
Pierre Le Sueur (Fountain) Park [Adopted by City of Le Sueur Staff]
Jo Eagle Anderson Park [Adopted by Minnesota Valley Health Center]
Questions?  Call the Parks & Recreation Department (507) 665-3325.