Adopt-a-Park Family Album

27th Avenue Beachfront Park

27th Avenue Beachfront Park



Mariner's Cove Condominiums adopted 27th Avenue Park on March 1, 2016. This was the  first park adopted. 

Pictured from left: New Smyrna Beach City Commissioner Jake Sachs with Bill Burns, David Spear

Callalisa

Callalisa Park


Local 2271, New Smyrna Beach Professional Firefighters adopted Callalisa Park on May 1, 2016.  They are from left: Brian Grace, Jeff Kromraj, Steven Jones, Cody Curren and Jerry Macklefresh. They are pictured with New Smyrna Beach Vice Mayor Reiker.


Christmas Park
Christmas Park

The New Smyrna Athletic Club adopted Christmas Park on April 1, 2016. They are pictured with New Smyrna Beach City Commissioner Jake Sachs on the left. 

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Emory Bennett Park


The Canal Street Historic District Business and Merchants Association adopted Emory Bennett Park on May 9, 2016. They are, from left: Lillian Conrad and Debbie Bell. They are pictured with New Smyrna Beach City Commissioner Jake Sachs 
Winterton

Esther Street Beachfront Park

John and Nancy Winterton adopted Esther Street Beachfront Park on May 9, 2016. They are pictured with New Smyrna Beach Vice Mayor Reiker.

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Indian River Lagoon Preserve



New Smyrna Beach City Commissioner Jake Sachs and his wife, Leslie, adopted Indian River Lagoon Preserve on May 1, 2016.  

Joyce Family

Inlet Shores Park



The Joyce Family adopted Inlet Shores Park on April 1, 2016. Jolene and Jason Joyce are pictured with New Smyrna Beach Commissioner Jason McGuirk on the right and New Smyrna Beach Maintenance Operations Director Faith Miller on the left.     

Old Fort Park Citizens for Smart Growth, LLC

Old Fort Park



New Smyrna Beach Citizen's for Smart Growth, LLC adopted Old Fort Park on April 1, 2016. 
Pettis Park

Lydia Pettis Park



Peace Arts adopted Lydia Pettis Park on April 7, 2016. Artist Shy Morris, on the left of the sign, is pictured with, from left: Maintenance Supervisor John Haverly, New Smyrna Beach City Commissioner Kirk Jones, and Maintenance Operations Director Faith Miller. 
Rocco Park Momentive

Rocco Park



Employees from Momentive adopted Rocco Park on April 25, 2016. They are pictured with New Smyrna Beach City Commissioner Jason McGuirk (in the green shirt). 
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Riverside Park/Manatee All Children's Playground



Staff from the New Smyrna Beach Public Library adopted Riverside Park/Manatee All Children's Playground on June 18, 2016. Staff are pictured with New Smyrna Beach City Commissioner Jake Sachs on the right and Maintenance Operations Director Faith Miller on the left. 
W Boat Ramp

North Causeway Boat Ramp

(west side ramp)

Ocean Properties and Management, Inc. adopted the western boat ramps on the North Causeway on June 1, 2016. They are pictured with New Smyrna Beach City Commissioner Judy Reiker on the left. 
Buena Vista Park

Buena Vista Park



The Cottages at Flagler adopted the N. Causeway's Buena Vista Park May 18, 2016. Volunteers are pictured with New Smyrna Beach City Commissioner Judy Reiker and City parks maintenance staff. 
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Turnbull Street Park



The Adams Family adopted Turnbull Street Park on October 1, 2016. This neighborhood park is located at 1220 Turnbull Street. Pictured with Commissioner Jason McGuirk are Ben & Abby Adams and family.
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Swoope Boat Ramp



Valor Signs, Inc. adopted the Swoope Boat Ramp area on August 15, 2016. This very popular boat launch area is located at 2455 Boat Ramp Drive. Pictured with Commissioner Jason McGuirk are Jamie Levy and Samantha Devin.
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Skate Park



The Spa at Venetian Bay adopted the NSB Skate Park located at 245 Industrial Park Blvd. on December 1, 2016. Pictured with Commissioner Jason McGuirk are Katie Liller (Group Organizer) and co-workers from the Spa at Venetian Bay.

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Detwiler Park



Peggy Detwiler adopted Detwiler Park on July 15, 2016, the park is located on beachside at 701 Oakwood Avenue. Pictured from left: Commissioner Judy Reiker, Peggy Belflower, and City Parks' employee Randy Russell.