Adopt-a-Spot in Baytown

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When you join Baytown's Adopt-a-Spot program, you become a vital part of keeping Baytown clean and attractive. Plus, being an Adopter gives participants an opportunity to give back to the community, teach their children about community responsibility, receive positive publicity for their business, participate in a quarterly team-building activity, and gain valuable community volunteer experience.

Best for faith organizations, businesses, and clubs ages 15 and older. No special skills or experience are required – just dedicated volunteers with a commitment to the community and concern for the environment.


Group Responsibilities

  • 2 year commitment
  • 4 cleanups per year; at least 1 cleanup per quarter
  • Adhere to safety policies
  • Keep required forms up-to-date
  • Notify program coordinator at least 2 weeks before service day
  • Submit service report after each cleanup
  • Share your volunteer story at least 2 times a year on Baytown Serves

City of Baytown Responsibilities

  • Recognize volunteer impact
  • Order and place sign, available starting after the 2nd clean up
  • Communicate important location information
  • Provide supplies
  • Proper disposal of waste after service day

In recognition of these amazing volunteers, City of Baytown will put up a personalized Adopt-a-Spot sign within their adopted area. Volunteers will also be recognized on Baytown Engage, social media, and spotlighted in our newsletters.

Become a trailblazer for Adopt-a-spot! Get started today by filling out application below or contacting Kourtney Bonzo through the "Who's Listening" tab at the top of this page.

You can also Adopt-a-Spot for a day with one-time cleanup! Contact kourtney.bonzo@baytown.org for more information.

When you join Baytown's Adopt-a-Spot program, you become a vital part of keeping Baytown clean and attractive. Plus, being an Adopter gives participants an opportunity to give back to the community, teach their children about community responsibility, receive positive publicity for their business, participate in a quarterly team-building activity, and gain valuable community volunteer experience.

Best for faith organizations, businesses, and clubs ages 15 and older. No special skills or experience are required – just dedicated volunteers with a commitment to the community and concern for the environment.


Group Responsibilities

  • 2 year commitment
  • 4 cleanups per year; at least 1 cleanup per quarter
  • Adhere to safety policies
  • Keep required forms up-to-date
  • Notify program coordinator at least 2 weeks before service day
  • Submit service report after each cleanup
  • Share your volunteer story at least 2 times a year on Baytown Serves

City of Baytown Responsibilities

  • Recognize volunteer impact
  • Order and place sign, available starting after the 2nd clean up
  • Communicate important location information
  • Provide supplies
  • Proper disposal of waste after service day

In recognition of these amazing volunteers, City of Baytown will put up a personalized Adopt-a-Spot sign within their adopted area. Volunteers will also be recognized on Baytown Engage, social media, and spotlighted in our newsletters.

Become a trailblazer for Adopt-a-spot! Get started today by filling out application below or contacting Kourtney Bonzo through the "Who's Listening" tab at the top of this page.

You can also Adopt-a-Spot for a day with one-time cleanup! Contact kourtney.bonzo@baytown.org for more information.

  • Trans-Global Solutions

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    Trans-Global Solutions was one of the first organizations to sign up for the Adopt-a-Spot program. On May 20th, they completed their first cleanup at Roseland Park! Their 12 amazing volunteers collected 5 large bags of trash throughout the park. Thank you serving our community!

  • Stuart Career Tech High School National Technical Honor Society

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    Stuart Career Tech High School National Technical Honor Society completed their first cleanup at their newly adopted site - Jenkin's Park and Cary Bayou Trail! Twenty-one students served for 3 hours and collected 13 bags of litter throughout the park! They expressed large concerns over the abundance of confetti and bottle caps that littered the park.

  • Home Depot

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    Thirteen amazing volunteers from Home Depot visited Jenkins park on Earth Day 2022 to beautify one of our biggest and most popular parks! Their team gathered litter throughout the park and began the huge project of refreshing the fence rails along the outside of the park. Thank you for serving with enthusiasm and passion!

  • ExxonMobil

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    In celebration for Earth Day 2022, seven volunteers from ExxonMobile visited Goose Creek Park to pick up litter along the trail. Their hard work stopped litter from blowing into our waterways. You've made a difference!

  • HEB

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    On April 20th, HEB completed their FIRST Adopt-a-Spot cleanup at their location along Hunt Road! They had 20 volunteers working together. You have made such a difference! Thank you!

  • IMPACT ECHS

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    Students from IMPACT ECHS Environmental Club completed an Adopt-a-Spot cleanup at their location, Bicentennial Park on March 26th! Their 14 amazing volunteers collected 6 bags of trash from throughout the park and waterway. Thank you!

  • Baytown Lions Club

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    On March 26th, Baytown Lions Club completed their first cleanup at their adopted spot, Blue Heron Parkway and Blue Heron Park. Their 8 volunteer collected 4 bags of trash. Thank you Baytown Lions Club!

  • Eco Services

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    On March 24th, Eco Services faced one of the toughest Adopt-a-Spot locations: Garth Road. Their 8 volunteers served for 5 hours and collected over 20 bags of trash! During their service they even found a prosthetic leg and a catfish. No thank you is big enough for this tough group of people!

  • Faith Family Church

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    On February 12th, Faith Family Church cleaned up not only at their adopted location, but tested out two other spots - Britton Park and the Sterling Municipal Library. Twenty-three volunteers served across all three locations and collected eight giant bags of trash!

  • Faith Family Church

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    We are very grateful for Faith Family Church, who has been piloting the Adopt-a-Spot program! In the last four months alone they have had over 40 volunteers dedicate a Saturday morning to beautifying and protecting our natural resources.

Page last updated: 18 Jan 2023, 12:32 PM