Adopt-a-Park program encourages public pride, commitment
GLEN ELLYN – Even before an official application was available, Glen Ellyn Park District staff had already heard from community members interested in its new Adopt-a-Park program.
"I was expecting to have to go find people, and they've come to us," said Dan Hopkins, superintendent of parks and planning.
The program will offer community members the opportunity to take ownership of their neighborhood parks by regularly checking areas for trash and vandalism and organizing four larger volunteer projects each year for cleanup and planting.
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