City of Stirling wants people to Adopt-A-Park

The City of Stirling wants people to join its Adopt-A-Park program. Photo: Matt Jelonek
The City of Stirling wants people to join its Adopt-A-Park program. Photo: Matt Jelonek

IF you love your local park, the City of Stirling wants your help to keep it clean and safe.

It is seeking people to join its Adopt-A-Park program, where supporters are responsible for reporting matters related to the park to the City.

The program aims to help the City respond to issues faster.

People can become a supporter for any park or reserve and can sign up at any time.

Park users can find out more and enjoy a free morning tea when they sign up at a recruitment event at Conway Reserve in Balcatta on March 28 from 9am to 11am.

Events will also run at Brear Park in Mt Lawley on April 4 and Westminster’s Matt Williams Reserve on April 11, both from 9am to 11am.

To register, email commsafety@stirling.wa.gov.au.