Adopt a Park 2015 Satlak 1

The Satlaks have been caring for Sunnyside Park and Henry’s Woods since 2014 where they log many hours pulling weeds and maintaining the perennial gardens. Their hard work is evident when you visit Henry’s Woods (pictured above). With the coneflowers in full bloom, the garden creates a beautiful place to rest on a park bench and watch the butterflies after taking a stroll along the pathway through the historic woods. The City of Rogers is grateful for residents like Theresa and Van Satlak who work hard to make our community a better place!

Adopt a Park available

Adopt-a-Park is open to community groups, civic groups, churches, families and individual citizens for a minimum of one year.Adopt-a-Park is a public service program for volunteers to assist their community by picking up litter, communicating maintenance needs and assisting in improvement projects at Rogers Community Parks.

  • Park clean-up is performed once or twice a month.
  • Park sites are chosen on a first-come, first-served basis.
  • Groups will be recognized on the City of Rogers website.
  • Options available to purchase sign recognition for the park.

What we ask of you:

  • Pick up litter in the park area, and place the bag by the park's litter receptacle.
  • Pile up fallen branches or sticks.
  • Communicate any safety or maintenance concerns you see to Park staff immediately.
  • Have fun volunteering in, and for, your Community!

If you would like more information about how to get involved in the Adopt-a-Park Program, contact:

Mike Bauer at 763-428-0974 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Thank you to our Adopt-a-Park volunteers:

  • Brookside Meadows:  Cub Scout Pack 582
  • Dutch Knolls: Iwanok family
  • Edgewater:  Larson Family
  • Fox Creek West: Wahba Family
  • Henry's Woods: Theresa and Van Satlak
  • North Community Park: FedEx Ground, Rogers, MN
  • Shadow Woods Park:  Tembreull Family
  • Sunny Side Park: Theresa and Van Satlak
  • Triangle Park:  Rogers Ambassadors