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Adopt a Park, Trail or Roadway


Adopt a green space within a cul de sac, public utility lane, or in a park and help beautify your neighbourhood for all to enjoy! The Adopt-A-Park program requires a commitment of regular, general maintenance in the adopted area from May to September. Working collaboratively with the RMWB Parks division, volunteers are encouraged to plant a garden, pick up litter, pull out weeds, and/or install ornamental decorations.

Additional horticultural support can also be provided to help beautify the adopted the area.

For more information on the Adopt-A-Park program, email contact.parks@rmwb.ca or call 780-799-5832.

2019 Adopt-A-Trail/Adopt-A-Roadway Program – Volunteer Opportunity
Make a difference and volunteer to help keep Wood Buffalo Beautiful!
By adopting a trail or roadway you are helping to improve the appearance of your community and play a part in creating a sense of home! Together with your family, friends, neighbours, and/or colleagues, you help to keep our communities look clean and cared for.  
The Adopt-A-Trail/Adopt-A-Roadway Program provides residents with an opportunity to improve sections of trails and/or greenspaces along local roadways. Volunteers show community pride by maintaining the tidiness of these adopted areas and help keep Wood Buffalo a clean and beautiful place to live! For all volunteers/groups that complete the program, a sign will be posted in the vicinity of the adopted area which recognizes the volunteers/group.

Your valued commitment as a volunteer contributes to the health and safety of our trails and roadways within the region. The Adopt-A-Trail/Roadway Program is a volunteer program and as such, no Fee for Service is offered.
Adopted trails or greenspaces along roadways must be between a half kilometre and three kilometres in length and located on municipal property. The program requires a minimum commitment of four litter cleanup sessions between May and October.  Each litter cleanup must be reported by emailing beautification@rmwb.ca or calling 780-743-7966 indicating the number of bags collected, the location of the bags for pickup (or let us know the bags were already disposed of by your group and the number of bags), as well as the location of heavy items or sharp items for pickup.  Graffiti wipes are also available to encourage graffiti removal.
If you come across graffiti, illegal dumping sites, or a homeless camp, report it through PULSE Online or by calling PULSE: Wood Buffalo at 780-743-7000.

Adopt-A-Trail/Adopt-A-Roadway Update for 2019
The safety and well-being of residents is the Municipality’s top priority and this applies to the Adopt-A-Trail/Adopt-A-Roadway Program. Due to construction and/or maintenance projects throughout the region, the following trails or greenspaces along roadways will not be available for adoption in 2019:

Adopted Area Start End

The trail behind Fireweed Cres. and Trillium Rd.

Fireweed Cres. Rainbow Creek Dr.
Wildrose Trail and Pliska Trail Prospect Dr. Rainbow Creek Dr.
Trail behind Walknut Cres. and Fireweed Cres. Fireweed Cres. McKinlay Cres.

*Please note: additional areas may be added to this list.

Please stay away from active work zones and operating equipment, as well as obey all warning signs and closure signs throughout the trails.

For more information on the Adopt-A-Trail/Roadway program, email beautification@rmwb.ca or call 780-788-4349.

All Winter Maintenance Zones are Active Jan. 13-17.