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Committed To Maintaining Your Quality Of Life

The Parks Division is responsible for providing the citizens of Hurst with the highest possible level of service regarding design, development, operation, and maintenance of all park and outdoor municipal properties. Responsibilities of the Parks Division include the scheduling for maintenance and installation of improvements at all park, recreational and outdoor municipal facilities, and the ongoing maintenance of medians, water distribution centers, and public rights-of-way.   

The Parks Department staff works tirelessly to provide our community with clean, attractive, and well-maintained parks. Due to the number of park acres in Hurst, it creates the difficulty of keeping each park in its highest condition. We rely on enthusiastic and willing partners to assist us in our efforts.

Download the informational packet and forms.

Why Adopt-a-Park?

We encourage community participation in our park programs. We want to collaborate with groups, organizations, and individuals to help us maintain our community values of inclusiveness and a positive environment. We want to ensure the City of Hurst is well maintained, clean and secured, leading to an enjoyable living experience. Participate in the Hurst Adopt-a-Park program!

We will track and record all participant volunteer hours with our City of Hurst Volunteers in Action program. Groups or organizations that participate will have their names posted at the park for the duration of their commitment.

Who to Contact

Interested groups or organizations should contact Kristie Weaver, Parks Director via email or phone: or 817.788.7220.