Find out what our park rangers do at your local park and how to become a CityParks volunteer.
About our park rangers
Cityparks rangers ensure everyone enjoys our public open spaces safely.
They maintain our parks and countryside alongside:
- local preservation
- horticultural groups
How they look after our parks and countryside
Our park rangers:
- work with Cityparks gardeners to watch over the public open spaces in our city
- encourage appropriate behaviour from all groups using parks. They can take enforcement action if necessary
- patrol playgrounds, recreation areas and paths, including footpaths and cycle tracks.
- provide a reassuring uniformed presence. This ensure a sense of security.
- provide information to the public
- provide information on events
- provide habitat protection, including practical conservation tasks and surveys.
- involve local community groups.
If you see a park ranger in your local park or open space, please go and say hello!
Become a CityParks volunteer
Find out what CityParks Ranger volunteers do, how you can get involved and where to find other conservation volunteering groups in Brighton & Hove.