park cleanups and adopting parks
Adopt-a-Park Volunteer Groups: If your group adopted a park and would like to participate in one of the scheduled cleanups and/or would like additional volunteers send your information to Christen Fox to register your group.
Individual Volunteers/Groups: If you or your group would like to participate in a scheduled cleanup, send your information, park event date, and the park of your choosing to Christen Fox to register.
Contact: Christen Fox, Operations & Maintenance Supervisor
Phone: 703-257-8315; Email
Why Register? The events listed above are nationally recognized and groups across the nation will be joining in to make a difference. Keep our parks healthy by volunteering locally. In addition, the scheduled park cleanup days listed above will receive support from the City of Manassas, Parks, Culture & Recreation Division through extra volunteers, advertisement, and resources when available. Certain events offer free t-shirts!
Looking for more options to make a difference in your community?
Learn about Perks for Parks and Keep Manassas Beautiful.
Thanks to the volunteers from the Manassas Bull Run Kiwanis Club (left) who celebrated Earth Day by sprucing up Baldwin Park. Baldwin, which is the club's adopted park, is tucked behind the Museum off of Prince William Street, and is a popular stop for young families and picnickers. Thanks to Apex Companies, LLC and their families and friends (right) for taking the lead on Earth Day Cleanups at Dean and Stonewall Parks. On Earth Day 46 volunteers cleaned 3 parks, collected 35 bags of trash, and removed many large trash items like tires.
Thanks to all who helped during the recent Civil War Trust Park Day at Liberia. Volunteers helped rebuild a walking trail, cleaned the grounds and the home's interior, and spruced up Cavalry Run Park.