The Adopt-A-Street program has been established to enable residents, community and civic organizations, and/or religious or social groups to contribute toward our Towns beautification efforts. The primary adopter must be 18 years of age or older. Participants under the age of 18 must be supervised by one or more adults 21 year of age or older.
Participants my choose between two adoption level commitments: “Major” or “Minor.”
- Major adoption are secured for a period of three to five years, and are typically requested by a business, organization, or groups of individuals. The streets are typically 0.25 miles or more in length. Because of the commitment involved, major adoptions include provisions of safety vests, gloves, trash bags and a road sign to identify your group as the adopter.
- Minor adoptions are secured for a period of one year and include streets less than 0.25 miles in length. Participants typically provide their own safety and clean up equipment for minor adoptions.
One-time, coordinated clean up efforts may also be arranged and are highly encouraged.
The Town will collect all trash bags that have been grouped together during the clean up effort. Please provide the date of the event and location of the trash bags for collection.
Streets Available for Adoption
Contact the Town's Adopt-A-Street Coordinator to confirm if the street you are interested in is available for adoption.
Current Street Adoptions
Streets currently enrolled in an active adoption include:
- Stumptown Rd
- Birkdale Commons Py
- Platon Ave
- Gibson Park Dr
- Sherwood Dr
- Maxwell Ave
- Glencrest Dr
Contact the Town's Adopt-A-Street Coordinator at 704-766-2257