Parks Division
Contact Information

Parks Division
(530) 757-5656

Irrigation Hotline
(530) 757-5620

Street Trees
(530) 757-5633

Office Address
1818 5th Street, Davis, CA, 95616

Monday – Friday
8:00am to 5:00pm




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Get Involved!

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There are many ways that you can get involved in Parks and show your support for the exceptional quality of life that we have all grown to love here in Davis.  Without the support of community members like yourself, who are willing to lend a hand, donate time and money toward these public spaces, City staff would not be able to keep Davis safe, clean and green for all to enjoy.


The Adopt A Park program is a community volunteer based program, consisting of both organizations and individuals, who assist in the general care and maintenance of City parks and greenbelts.  Common tasks include graffiti removal, litter pick up, mulching, raking, sweeping, and weeding. Adopt A Park volunteers typically donate 1-2 hours per week minimum, with a one (1) year commitment to the assigned area.


Whether you’re an avid gardener, a scout looking for a community service project, or a community organization looking for ways to improve the community, we have a volunteer opportunity that is sure to fit what you are looking for.  Short or long term projects are available.

CHIP-IN Community Service Clean-Up Days

Through CHIP-In! members of the community can volunteer their time to maintain, restore, and enhance their neighborhood parks and natural areas on designated dates throughout the year.  Parks & Open Space staff pre-select locations needing extra help and solicit volunteers for a variety of tasks.  CHIP-In! service days are typically from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon, on the 4th Saturday of the month during the months of February, April, June, August and October.


Davis Parks & Open Space offers internships designed to give you meaningful, supportive, rewarding and fun work as you gain experience in the real world.


Parks & Open Space staff often conducts community workshops and meetings to solicit feedback from residents on potential design options of playground equipment, new park amenities, community issues, etc. Please contact us to find out how you can participate in upcoming discussions about potential projects in City parks and recreational facilities.

For more information on the above programs or other city-wide volunteer opportunities, please contact Volunteer Program Coordinator, Kellie Vitaich at or (530) 747-5874.