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
Hillside Ave Traffic Circle
Neighbors on Hillside Ave working to plant bulbs for spring.
Spots that have been Adopted
Hillside Avenue & Rosedale traffic circle island
Lottie: Northern corner of the train station parking lot, near Glycomed
Fulton Hill traffic island on Southside, in front of St. George Bistro
Tompkins Avenue verge from Broadway to James St.
Intersection of Rosedale, Merrill & Hamilton traffic triangle
Foodtown garden on Broadway @5 Corners
American Legion Memorial across from Foodtown
VFW Plaza at Spring Street & Warburton
Villard & Broadway cherry orchard garden
Post Office parking lot verges
And occasional guest-spots
Can't Volunteer but Want to Contribute?
The Adopt-a-Spot program accepts donations. Click here for how to be a Sponsor.
Want to Volunteer but don't want to go it alone? Form a neighborhood group, or
join the Hastings Beautification Committee, Vine Squad, or Hillside Woods Restoration Project.
Mt Hope and Farragut Avenue Traffic Islands
South County Trailway select spots
Suggest your own!