The “Clean Park Patrol” Passport program recently launched for grades 1 and up, part of the City’s new Clean Parks initiative. The free passports, available at Heights and Huffhines Recreation Centers as well as the Gymnastics Center, include a map showing all Richardson parks and recreation facilities, fun in-book activities, and challenges to do at any park, like “Pick up as many pieces of trash as your age.” Once the challenges have been completed, children can turn in the back page of the passport at Heights or Huffhines Recreation Center for a free prize pack that include a drawstring bag, water bottle, sticker, coloring book, and other fun items.  

Richardson’s Clean Parks program was established earlier this year to reduce litter in parks and is funded in part by a grant from the Richardson Rotary Club. 

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