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Adopt-A-Street Application

Steps

  1. 1. Adopt-A-Street Program Agreement
  2. 2. Street Information
  3. 3. Contact Information
  4. 4. Adopting Organization Information
  • Adopt-A-Street Program Agreement

    1. Town of Huntersville Logo in Green

    2. Adopt-A-Street Program Agreement

    3. The Town of Huntersville recognizes the need and petition for litter-free streets and sidewalks. The Adopt-A-Street program has been established to address this need and enable residents, community and civic organizations, or religious and social groups to contribute toward our town beautification efforts.

    4. Participants have the choice of two levels of adoption commitments: “Major” and “Minor.”

      Major adoptions include the adoption of town maintained streets that are at least 0.25 miles in length and approved by the Town to include the adoption provisions of safety vests, gloves, trash bags and a road sign identifying you or your group as the adopter of the street.

    5. Minor adoptions include the adoption of town maintained streets that are at least 0.25 miles in length and are not approved by the town to include adoption provisions, due to the minimal amount of potential clean up required. Participants must provide their own safety and clean up equipment for minor adoptions.

    6. The Town will collect all bags of trash for BOTH Major and Minor adoptions. See Appendix A for approved street names and lengths.

    7. After one year of service, an organization may adopt more than one street as long as the combined lengths do not exceed two (2) miles. Contact the Town Coordinator for authorization.

    8. By completing and signing this form, you are agreeing to the following terms:

       One to three year commitment to cleaning up your chosen street(s)

    9.  All participants shall be at least 12 years of age; participants between the ages of 12 and 17 must have adequate supervision by one or more adults 21 years of age or older

    10.  Litter pick up at least 4 times per year (quarterly) starting from the date of approval

    11.  Acceptance and adherence to the Safety Guidelines (Page 4)

    12.  Notification of the Town Coordinator prior to and upon completion of each quarterly collection

    13.  The Town is not responsible for any injuries or damage experienced as a result of participation in the adoption program