The Town of LaSalle has over 40 km of trails for you to enjoy. Community groups and non-profit organizations are invited to get involved in improving and preserving our trails and green space through the Town's Adopt-a-Trail program. 

Trail Responsibilities

Groups who Adopt-a-Trail commit to a three year adoption period and are encouraged to schedule a minimum of 2 clean-ups each year. The recommended cleanup schedule consists of one clean-up on or around Earth Day (April 22) and another in the early fall. Groups are required to notify the Town of all scheduled clean-ups a minimum of 48 hours in advance. Garbage bags and Nitrile gloves will be provided by the Town and all garbage collected will be picked up the following day. For more specific information on trail clean-ups and to review clean-up safety tips, please visit our Clean-up LaSalle web page.

Eligible Trail locations

The Town currently has 7 trail locations that are part of the Adopt-a-Trail program, as shown on the map below.

Trails Adoption Status
Trail LocationAdoption Status
Trail #1 Interact Club of LaSalle
Trail #2 Sabre Bytes Robotics
Trail #3 Rotary Club of LaSalle Centennial
Trail #4 Girl Guides - 46th Pathfinders LaSalle
Trail #5 Sabre Bytes Robotics
Trail #6 95th LaSalle Scouting Group
 Trail #7 95th LaSalle Scouting Group

Sample SignRecognition and Appreciation

To show appreciation to groups who adopt Town trails, signage will be posted along the trail section they have adopted. Groups will also be recognized on the Town's website and  social media pages. 

How are trails assigned?

The Adopt-a-Trail program is only available to community groups and non-profit organizations at this time. Groups who apply to adopt a trail are selected on a first come, first serve basis, with preference given to returning groups who have adopted trails in the past. Groups who successfully complete a 3 year adoption period will be offered the chance to renew for the next period before other applicants are able to apply.

Have questions about the Adopt-A-Trail program?

For any questions or comments about the Adopt-A-Trail Program, please contact the Public Works Department by emailing or by phone at 519-969-4143.