Initial Contact Form
We provide various opportunities if you or your organization want to adopt a park, cemetery, trail, or median. Opportunities range from a one-time event for an individual or group to an ongoing commitment renewed annually. Start your journey by emailing this completed form to the Adopt-A-Site email address.
All Adopters and Volunteers must complete and sign an agreement before beginning any Adopt-A-Site Program activities. Group Adopter Agreement, Individual Adopter Agreement, Group Volunteer Agreement
Release and Hold Harmless Agreement
Each participating individual must sign a Release Agreement before they perform any Adopt-A-Site activity. Email or deliver to DPW all signed releases within a week of the Adopt-A-Site activity.
Adopt A Site Map
Map of Current Adopt-A-Sites.
Drought Tolerant Plants
The City suggests using drought-tolerant plants to reduce the need for irrigation. We refer to the University of New Hampshire's list.
Native Species List (UNH)
In all planting areas, the City prefers native species to increase their chances of thriving.