Mile Stewards

In 1993, the Parkway Foundation founded the “Adopt-the-Parkway” initiative. “Mile Stewards” adopt each of the 23 miles of Parkway along both banks of the river. This program allows individuals, businesses, and organizations to have a close, personal stake in the well-being of the Parkway.

There are two types – volunteer and financial. Both are recognized on a Parkway sign located along the paved bike trail of “their” mile. There are 47 Volunteer Mile Stewards (two for each mile – one on the North side of the river and one on the South – and one for Steelhead Creek) and 46 Financial Mile Stewards along the Parkway. 
 

 
Volunteer Mile Stewards

Volunteer Mile Stewards make a two-year commitment to serve a minimum amount of hours per quarter (20 hours for groups, 9 hours for individuals) to conserving their mile by helping to remove trash and graffiti, organizing group clean-up efforts and filing condition reports. Volunteer Mile Stewards provide 3500+ hours of service and remove thousands of pounds of garbage from the Parkway every year!
 
Financial Mile Stewards

Financial Mile Stewards/Sponsors make a two-year commitment to contribute $1,500 per year. This contribution covers the hard costs of the volunteer mile stewardship (volunteer coordination, tools, and equipment, for example) that includes trash removal, invasive plant management and trail maintenance.
 

 
Make Your Mile Sponsorship Payment Here

Thank you to our current and previous Mile Stewards! For information about joining the program, please contact our Community Engagement Manager at info@arpf.org or 916-486-2773.

Download Mile Stewards Program summary.

 

Current Mile Stewards

Volunteer Steward Mile Financial Steward
Rotary Club of Sacramento 0N The Dean-Tesar Family
Macy’s West Galleria at Roseville 0S OPEN
North Star 1N Lucchese Consulting Solutions
Concrete Solutions Consulting 1S Team Gruppetto
Keepers of the Land 2N MBK Engineers
Briotix Health 2S In Mem. of Kevin Regan
Rhombus Systems 3N Coffee Cranks
Fleet Feet, Sacramento 3S ECORP Consulting
Steve & Theresa Graham 4N Robert Fox Family
Annie Drinkwater-Wright 4S Benchmark Resources
CGI Technologies and Solutions Inc. 5N The Tocher Family
Claudia Kirkpatrick 5S grounded.
Unitarian Universalist Society, Sacramento 6N Point West Rotary
Barbara Greenwood 6S In Memory of Marcia Vincent
Point West Rotary 7N Friends & Family of Patrick Dugal
Environmental Student Organization at Sac State 7S James Hollenback
Rex Cycles 8N Capital Road Race Management
Peak Adventures, ASI 8S Ben Goldhammer
Buddhist Tzu Chi Foundation 9N Rotary Club, Arden Arcade
The Voong/Hoang/Tien/Luong Families 9S Parkway Atheists
Buffalo Chips Running Club 10N Dan & Laurel Hall
InAlliance 10S Buffalo Chips Running Club
Adele Kruger 11N The Shelton Family
Pete Spaulding 11S Supervisor Rich Desmond
In Memory of Glen Thomas 12N Sacramento Bike Hikers
B.R.E.C.A. 12S Shasta Linen Supply
Leigh Rutledge & Bill Hambrick 13N Dennis Greenbaum & Debbie Davis
Sac Valley CNPS 13S Sacramento Association of Realtors
Friends of Sarah Court 14N David, Maxine, Callie & Josh Clark
ARP Equestrian Trail Patrol 14S Huber/Sheehan Family
Boldt 15N OnCore Consulting
Sacramento County Recovery Court 15S EMRL
Diez & Sigg Properties 16N Ken Miller & Enid Morris
California Fly Fishers Unlimited Club 16S Water Forum
Congregation B’nai Israel 17N Gherini Athletic Club
Charles, Vicki, & Abby 17S Bonnie and Jeff
Lyme Fight Foundation 18N Novak Family
Cullen Realty 18S Streng Family
Omega Nu Sorority 19N Winters Family
Carol Metz in Honor of Bob Sluder 19S The Akins
Kiwanis Club of Carmichael 20N In Memory of Mike Broderick
Hot Yoga at Sunrise 20S Sacramento Running Association
David, Tarah, Dylan and Keeley 21N M & J Andrews Family
Sierra Race Walkers 21S Bob & Marcy Crowley
Casa Robles HS Air Force JROTC 22N HUB International
The Moore Family 22S William Ishmael and David Gibson
Roland Brady Steelhead Creek

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