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Residents, civic groups and corporations can provide financial or in-kind donations for worthy park improvements, including playground equipment, picnic tables, benches, site furniture, landscaping and trees, as well as clean-up, repairs and renovations of existing park facilities.
Personalize a park bench as a unique gift, to honor the memory of a loved one, or showcase your business in a unique and lasting way. Install a new bench or refurbish an existing one with a permanent recessed plaque. The investment lasts the life of the bench.
Adopt-A-Tree/Million Trees Miami
Beautify the community and enhance Miami-Dade’s tree canopy through the Adopt-A-Tree/Million Trees Miami Program. Million Trees Miami is part of the communitywide effort to plant 1 million trees by 2020 in order to achieve a 30% tree canopy cover for Miami-Dade.
Donors receive a certificate with their name, installation date, memoriam information (if any), the park name where tree is located and a commemorative photograph.
- Learn more about Million Trees Miami.
With more than 130 miles of existing greenways and trails and a vision of implementing 500 miles of trails, opportunities to provide trailway and bikeway amenities abound. Trailheads, wayfinding signage, bike racks and fitness stations can provide name and logo recognition to corporations and organizations.
Among the new and emerging trail locations:
- Black Creek Trail (South-West)
- Snake Creek Trail (North)
- Rickenbacker Trail (Central-East)
- Commodore Trail (Central-South)
- Old Cutler Trail (South)
- M-Path (Central-South)
For more information Miami-Dade County trailways and bikeways, visit Bike305.
Part of the Enhanced Roadway Beautification Program, donors can support the maintenance and beautification of medians and swales of a one-mile section of Miami-Dade County roadway. Donors fund a combination of litter pick-up, mowing, tree and landscape planting and maintenance, as well as installed signage acknowledging their contribution.
Facility/Asset Naming Opportunities
In our inventory of assets, we offer naming opportunities where you can reach your desired audience based on demographics, corporate focus and price point, including marquees, ball fields, recreation buildings, picnic shelters and other opportunities.
All Adopt-A-Park opportunities are customizable to provide the greatest possible impact and value. For more information, please call 305-755-7804 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.Back to Top Page Last Edited: Thu Sep 19, 2013 4:46:51 PM