How to Adopt-a-Spot
Everyone in Hastings can officially adopt and tend a public space through the Village's Adopt-a-Spot program. Adopting a Spot means keeping your Spot litter-free and tended. You can also install a pollinator garden!
Adopt-a-Spot Projects in Progress
Spots that have been Adopted
Fulton Hill traffic island on Southside, in front of St. George Bistro
Hillside Avenue & Rosedale traffic circle island
Intersection of Rosedale, Merrill & Hamilton traffic triangle
Tompkins Avenue verge across from #67
West side of Warburton Avenue, past 331
American Legion Memorial across from Foodtown
Foodtown garden on Broadway @5 Corners
Exit 12 turnaround sign
Post Office parking lot verges
VFW Plaza at Spring Street & Warburton
Villard & Broadway cherry orchard garden
And occasional guest-spots
Spotlight on HPP's 5 Corners GardenHPP volunteers tending the garden in June 2022. See more about this spot.
Want to Volunteer, but not alone?
Form a neighborhood group, or join the Hastings Beautification Committee, Vine Squad, or Hillside Woods Restoration Project.
Can't Volunteer, but Want to Contribute?
The Adopt-a-Spot program accepts donations. Click here to learn how to be a Sponsor.
Mt Hope and Farragut Avenue Traffic Islands
A section of a large park, such as Hillside Woods, or pocket park, like Riverview Park
South County Trailway: select spots
Any roadside berm that is untended
Suggest your own!
Nora Galland and family have transformed this traffic island on Southside
Girl Scout meadow at Rosedale & Hamilton
Lottie at the train station parking lot
Residents' of Zinsser Way traffic island
Spring Street Tree Pit
Oak tree planting @Tompkins Ave