Adopt-a-Park Program

Photo of children playing at 27th Avenue Beachfront Park with an Adopt-a-Park in NSB logo

From small pocket parks to sprawling outdoor spaces complete with playgrounds and other amenities, the City of New Smyrna Beach's Adopt-a-Park program offers interested individuals and organizations an opportunity to help keep our city beautiful.

Adopt-a-Park participants commit to cleaning their park at least once a month and, if available, participate in special landscaping projects using tools and materials provided by the Maintenance Operations Department. Participants are recognized on physical signage at their park and both the city's website and social media channels. Adoption terms are one year with the option to extend if desired.

Would you like to know more? Please contact Maintenance Operations Director Faith Miller at fmiller@cityofnsb.com or (386) 424-2202.

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Adopt-a-Park Participants

  • 27th Avenue Park, 3701 South Atlantic Ave., AVAILABLE FOR ADOPTION
  • Babe James Center, 201 N. Myrtle Ave., adopted Aug. 15, 2016 by the Peterson Law Group
  • Buena Vista Park, 524 North Causeway, adopted Sept. 1, 2021 by the Skyrockis
  • Callalisa Park, 598 South Peninsula Ave., adopted April 11, 2016 by Local 2271 NSB Professional Firefighters
  • Christmas Park, 101 Live Oak St., adopted April 1, 2016 by the New Smyrna Beach Athletic Club
  • Coronado Mainland Shuffleboard Court, 150 Pine St., adopted Feb. 16, 2021 by the Coronado/Mainland Shuffleboard Club
  • Detwiler Park, 701 Oakwood Ave., adopted July 21, 2016 by Peggy Belflower
  • Dog Park, 2641 Paige Ave., adopted June 1, 2019 by Fusion 420
  • Emory Bennett Park, 121 Sam’s Ave., adopted May 9, 2016 by the Canal Street Historic District
  • Esther Street Park, 551 Esther St., adopted May 9, 2016 by the Winterton Family
  • Flagler Avenue Boardwalk, 201 Buenos Aires St., adopted March 28, 2016 by the Dever Family
  • Grayce Kenemer Barck North Beach Community Park, 1100 North Atlantic Ave., adopted Sept. 7, 2018 by Thomas & Ashley Wheeler
  • Holland Park, 357 Otter Blvd., adopted Dec. 4, 2018 by the NSB Disc Golf Club
  • Indian River Lagoon Preserve Park, 700 Sandpiper Ave., adopted May 1, 2016 by the Sachs Family
  • Inlet Shores Park, 53 Cunningham Dr., adopted March 21, 2016 by the Joyce Family
  • Live Oak Pickleball Courts, 1000 Live Oak St., adopted June 1, 2021 by Coastal Integrative Healthcare, Inc.
  • Marianne Clancy Park, 901 South Atlantic Ave., adopted June 1, 2016 by Ocean Properties & Management, Inc.
  • Mary Avenue Park, 505 Mary Ave., adopted Sept. 30, 2016 by Shyriaka Morris & Family
  • Multi-Use Trail (2.2. miles between Sugar Mill Blvd. & Pine Street) Otter Blvd. to Sugar Mill Blvd. Trailhead, adopted Nov. 30, 2018 by the Rotary Club of New Smyrna Beach; Otter Blvd. to Pine Street Trailhead, adopted Dec. 15, 2018 by Child & Pet Safety, Inc.
  • Myrtle Avenue Park, 810 Canal St., adopted Sept. 1, 2020 by Wren’s Gifts
  • North Causeway Boat Ramp East, North Causeway, adopted Aug. 19, 2021 by the Jenkins Family
  • North Causeway Boat Ramp West, North Causeway, adopted June 1, 2016 by Ocean Properties & Mgmt., Inc.
  • Old Fort Park, 115 Julia St., adopted April 1, 2016 by NSB Citizens for Smart Growth
  • Pettis Park, 800 Mary Ave. & 400 Inwood Ave., adopted April 7, 2016 by Peace Arts
  • Pettis Park Basketball Courts, 800 Mary Ave., adopted Feb. 11, 2021 by 360 Prep Academy
  • Pettis Park Pickleball Courts, 800 Mary Ave., AVAILABLE FOR ADOPTION
  • Riverside Park & Manatee Playground, 299 South Riverside Dr., adopted April 1, 2019 by Next Gen Leads NSB & adopted Aug. 24, 2020 by Bryan Tudeen
  • Rocco Park, 2490 Sunset Dr., AVAILABLE FOR ADOPTION
  • Skate Park, 245 Industrial Park Blvd., adopted Nov. 4, 2016 by the Spa at Venetian Bay
  • Swoop Boat Ramp, 2455 Boat Ramp Dr. adopted Aug. 29, 2020 by AT&T Pioneers
  • Turnbull Street Dog Park & Playground, 1220 Turnbull St., adopted Nov. 1, 2020 by the New Smyrna Beach Board of Realtors
  • World War II Watch & Warn Tower Monument on Columbus Avenue & Canova Grave site, adopted May 1, 2018 by the Riensema Family