This program is intended to provide residents and/or groups with a means to help keep Seguin a wonderful place to live, work, and play for all.
The Seguin Adopt-A-Spot program encourages citizen participation in beautification projects and litter clean-ups of designated public areas at regular intervals. A spot could be a park, trail, road, creek, planter box, median, right-of-way, or City entryway monument sign. Individuals, organizations, or businesses (both large and small) may agree to keep a designated spot cleared of litter for a period of one year and/or provide beautification for an indefinite period as long as program requirements are met. Special projects can be considered as part of the Adopt-A-Spot program that add permanent site features/amenities to parks and/or large-scale beautifications.
The City will create and install a sign bearing the name(s) of program participant(s) or organization(s) in their adopted area. In addition, program participants will be listed on the City's website noting what spot has been adopted. At the end of the one-year period, program participants will receive a special certificate of appreciation/recognition from the City that is signed by the Mayor and may automatically renew to adopt their spot for another one-year period if all program requirements have been met. Special projects can be considered for long-term adoption, signage, and recognition by the City.
We would like to recognize and say thank you to our current organizations and citizens utilizing the Adopt-A-Spot Program:
- Kids Kingdom Playscape (Max Starcke Park-East): Seguin Works Transition Program
- Sebastopol House (front area and walkway): Daughters of the Republic of Texas
- Raised Flower Bed (Little League Field Number 2/Max Starcke Park-East): Nogales Garden Club
- Walnut Springs Trail (between Kingsbury St. and FM 78): Tyson Foods
- Pecan Bottom Trail (Max Starcke Park-East): Andrea Hoffmann
- Garden Area (Park West): Master Naturalist