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.

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Adopt-a-Spot Locations

12 months

The purple areas indicate that the spot is adoptable and the blue areas indicate the spot is already adopted. Do you see a spot you would like to adopt? Fill out the Adopt-a-Spot application or contact kourtney.bonzo@baytown.org to get more information.


Available, high priority locations:

  • Massey Tompkins (146 to Crosby Cedar Bayou)
  • Garth (146 to Scenic Drive, one side okay) (ages 18+) 
  • Baker Rd (Food Town to Decker)
  • Rollingbrook (Garth to N Main)
  • N Main (Wallisville to N Palm Dr, one side)
  • W Main (Lee Dr to Pelly St)
  • Blue Heron Pkwy (N Main to Barkaloo) (trail connection, available for individuals under 18)
  • Goose Creek Trail (Laredo to Market St by Central Heights)
Page last updated: 07 Dec 2022, 07:31 AM