Adoption Programs

Interested in adopting a park, stream, or street in the city to keep clean? George Stilphen, the Keep Winston-Salem Beautiful Coordinator can help get your group signed up. Email George Stilphen or reach him at (336)771-5161. Contracts require a commitment to participate in regular cleanups for four years at a time. After the contract expires, you can choose to continue your contract at the same site, choose another site, or choose to stop participating in the program.

Did you recently complete a cleanup for one of the adoption programs? Fill out the Cleanup Report form online.

  1. Adopt-A-Park
  2. Adopt-A-Stream
  3. Adopt-A-Street

The Adopt-A-Park Program was established in 1989 by the Winston-Salem Recreation and Parks Department. It is now coordinated by Keep Winston-Salem Beautiful. The program provides the community a chance to become involved in the beautification and enhancement of our parks.

Participating in the Adopt-A-Park program gives individuals and groups a chance to contribute to the enhancement of their community parks and provide a much-desired service to our city. While the Recreation and Parks Department provides normal maintenance to parks, adopters would provide extra care and attention, which makes a park more beautiful.

Adopt-A-Park Agreement Form

Adopted Parks

The following parks have been adopted. All trails and greenways may be adopted as well.

Adopted ParkAdopting Group(s)
Ardmore ParkIn Loving Memory of John Angle; Redeemer School; Summit School 7th Grade
Belview ParkWinston-Salem State Univ Honors Organization and Z. Smith Reynolds Library at Wake Forest Univ
Bethabara ParkForsyth Audobon Society
Blum ParkPlayboys and Playgirls Motorcycle Club
Bolton ParkCommunity Assisted Residential Environment and the Sizemore Family
Brushy Fork ParkIsland CultureZ
Downtown StrollwayHome Moravian Church and Wells Fargo Green Team
Drayton Pines ParkJonathan R. McCravey Junior
Easton ParkEaston Neighborhood Association
Gateway Commons ParkThe Snow Family and Friends
Grace Court ParkIn Honor of Jerry L. Hall "Can Do"
Granville ParkAlpha Phi Omega at Wake Forest Univ
Greenway ParkIn Loving Memory of Cynthia T. Bethea
Griffith Park Cub Scout Pack 728 and Graybar
Hanes ParkHanes Park Volunteers and Twin City Track Club
Happy Hill ParkIn Memory of Marcus Covington
Harambee ParkEast/Northeast Neighborhood Association
Hathaway ParkJim M. Argumaniz
Hobby ParkHobby Park R/C Aircraft Club
Hobby Park Bike TrailsForsyth Off Road Bicycle Association
Jamison ParkImprints Cares
Kimberley ParkIn Loving Memory of Jerika McGee
Leinbach ParkNew Church
Little Creek ParkJim Schwarz
Miller ParkArdagh Metal Packaging
Muddy Creek GreenwayImprints Cares
Muddy Creek Greenway ConnectorNew Sherwood Stingrays Swim Club
Nelson L. Malloy, Jr. ParkIn Memory of Niterria Johnson "Whole Lotta Dis & Dat"
North end of Muddy Creek GreenwayJaelyn, Colton, and Lydia Joyce "Please do not litter"
Oak Summit ParkR. H. Barringer Distributing and Footlocker District 701
Old Town ParkSeras, Melody, & Esther: AHG Troop #NC 0608
Parkland ParkMiddle College of Forsyth NHS
Reynolds ParkIota Phi Theta Kappa of Winston-Salem State University
Runnymede ParkServepro of Winston-Salem North
Rupert Bell ParkIn Loving Memory of Trina E. R. Johnson
Salem Creek Greenway at ReynoldsWinston-Salem Police Explorers
Salem Lake Greenway at Linville RoadH.O.P.E. Dealers Outreach
Salem Lake Greenway SouthReynolds American, Inc.
Sara Lee Soccer ComplexNet Impact Triad
Shaffner Park at YorkshireLuke and Vivienne Mister
Skyland ParkAlexis Devaughn and Family
Stratford Road ParkWhole Foods
Washington ParkWashington Park Neighborhood Association