Be inspired to be a part of our beautiful, natural world!
The trails of Roy City provide a wondrous and beautiful experience for all who explore them. However, to ensure the future of the trails, it requires the efforts of many to protect and preserve them.
Taking on the stewardship of a trail is a privilege and it is important that the adopter take the responsibilities of maintaining the trail seriously. We have prepared the following guide so that you understand the value you can bring and responsibility you are taking on. You are not alone. We are here to provide guidance and assistance when you are faced with key or larger issues. Please understand that adopting a trail puts you as the first line of protection of a very special and natural resource.
How the Program Works
The Roy City Parks and Recreation Department and Beautification Committee will assist you in determining which trail will benefit most from your efforts and will be most convenient for your volunteers.
Maintenance efforts will be tailored to your adopted trail and may include:
- Clearing fallen trees and weeds
- Litter pickup
- Identify major concerns (washouts, signage, slides, fallen trees)
- Clear brush
- Report graffiti
- Report illegal activity
To adopt a section, all you have to do is choose section on our Trails Map, read the Adopt a Trail Guidelines, then fill out and submit the Adopt a Trail Application. Please email your application to the Trail Coordinator, Emily Miller, at firstname.lastname@example.org. The Trail Committee will review your application and will let you know if you have been accepted or not.