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Adopt-a-Place
Anytime Cleanup 92714 10.jpgStarted in 2005, the Adopt-A-Place program began when the Town of Firestone and its residents recognized the need to combat litter problems in the community. Throughout the years, many local organizations, businesses and individuals have come together to help keep Firestone a beautiful community to live and work in, and enjoy.

By participating in the Adopt-A-Place program, community groups, businesses and individuals help the Town of Firestone reallocate funds, time and manpower to other much-needed programs and projects, including park construction, upgrades and maintenance, trail-improvement projects and more.

Advantages of the Adopt-A-Place Program:
  • Improve the attractiveness of the town
  • Reduce roadway, park and trail pollution
  • Reduce water pollution
  • Increase public awareness of environmental issues
  • Reduce the cost of litter removal

Adopt-A-Place Program Overview
Adopt-A-Place Locations for Adoption
Adopt-A-Place Program Agreement
Adopt-A-Place Safety Rules & Guidelines

Thank You To These Organizations Signed Up for the Adopt-A-Place Program!

Anytime Fitness-Firestone
Adopting Colorado Boulevard and Firestone Trail from Sable Avenue to Pine Cone Avenue - April 2014-April 2016

Carbon Valley Lutheran Church
Adopting Sable Avenue from Colorado Boulevard to Birch Street - July 2015-July 2016

Coal Ridge Middle School National Junior Honor Society

Adopting the Firestone Trail from Firestone Boulevard to Sable Avenue - Nov. 2011-Nov. 2016

Cub Scout Pack 341
Adopting Prairie Ridge Park - Jan. 2016-Jan. 2017

Flatirons Young Marines
Adopting the Firestone Regional Sports Complex - June 2015-June 2016

Joanne and Harry Smith
Adopting Harney Park - April 2014-April 2016

Imagine Charter School 3rd Grade
Adopting Mountain Shadows Park - May 2016-May 2017

Re/Max Nexus
Adopting Firestone Boulevard from the Frontage Road to Birch Street - February 2016 to February 2017

St. Vrain FC - Youth Soccer
Adopting Hart Park and the Firestone Trail from Pine Cone Avenue to Grant Avenue - May 2014-May 2016

The Brossman Family
Adopting Sable Avenue from Colorado Blvd. to Frontier Street - Nov. 2015-Nov. 2016

The Gordon Family
Adopting Frontier Street (west side) from Firestone Blvd. to Sable Avenue - Nov. 2014-Nov. 2016

The Martin Family
Adopting Park Avenue from Sable Avenue to the Library - March 2016-March 2017






Kristi Ritter
Communications & Community Outreach Coordinator
kritter@firestoneco.gov
Ph: 303-531-6254
Cell: 303-506-3361
Fx: 720-476-4232

Community Development Department
8308 Colorado Blvd., Suite 200
Firestone, CO 80504