we need local Adopt-A-Park supportersDo you regularly visit your local park and playground? Do you want to play an active role in helping make your neighbourhood a safer place?
If so, sign up to the City of Stirling's Adopt-A-Park Supporters Program.
All you need to do is report graffiti, broken playground equipment and overfull rubbish bins to help maintain your local park and keep it looking pristine.  Your contribution will help keep our local parks and community safe and clean.

Program objectives

The Adopt-A-Park Supporters Program aims to reduce anti-social behaviour and vandalism, enhance the appearance of local parks, inform users of local laws and promote community pride in parks across the City.

The role of Adopt-A-Park Supporters includes being the 'eyes and ears' of adopted parks and reporting matters to the City to allow them to be resolved sooner. Supporters are discouraged in confronting, challenging or cautioning anyone.

How do I adopt a park?

Register online
Email: stirling@stirling.wa.gov.au or telephone (08) 9205 8555

How to report an issue in your park

If you come across an issue that you would like to report, you can contact the City's Customer Contact Centre on (08) 9205 8555 or email us at CommSafety@stirling.wa.gov.au

Want to go that step further?

Help the City ‘Wipeout Graffiti’. Submit a request for a handy pack of graffiti safewipes and email to commsafety@stirling.wa.gov.au.

How many people and parks are involved?

Since the program was introduced in 2008, more than 400 residents have adopted 150 of the City's parks and reserves. Our goal is one day to have every one of our parks adopted by an Adopt-A-Park Supporter.