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Adopt a Street, Park or Trail Today

Port Coquitlam has more than 50 parks along with dozens of kilometres of trails and roadways. While the City manages and maintains these areas, we need your help to keep them as clean, safe and beautiful as possible for all members of the community to enjoy.

Adopt-a-SPOT (street, park or trail) encourages local volunteers to show their PoCo Pride and take ownership of our local public spaces by removing litter and assisting with tasks such as weeding, watering and graffiti removal for a designated period of time. Training, support and supplies are provided.

Sign up on your own, with friends or family, or with a group!

How to Sign Up
All volunteers – including individuals, families, groups, businesses, schools and clubs – must successfully complete the following application process:

Volunteer Requirements
Volunteers should enjoy the outdoors and must be:

Volunteer Duties

City Support and Training
The City will:

Volunteer Benefits
Here are some of the reasons to sign up as an Adopt-a-SPOT volunteer:

Adopt-a-SPOT volunteers will be recognized with a sign at each end of their spot for at least one year. The City will also recognize these volunteers as part of the National Volunteer Week celebrations that take place each April.

Click this link to fill in an online volunteer application.


Program Contact

Questions and concerns may be directed to the Program Coordinator:
Deanna Hall
Volunteer Services Coordinator

Last Updated:8/21/2014 3:52:04 PM