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National Cleanup Day is Saturday, Sept. 17. Mark your calendar and watch for registration information in the coming weeks.
AAH 2021 Infographic
Have you thought about becoming an Adopt a Highway volunteer? Here's all you need to know about joining the program and keeping Arizona grand.
Adopt a Highway volunteer picks up trash
June 21 is the official first day of summer and with that brings an added layer of safety for Adopt a Highway volunteers to consider.
Adopt a Highway volunteers
It's Heat Awareness Week and we have a few suggestions for Adopt a Highway volunteers -- and, really, anyone planning to be outside during summer -- to consider before heading out to collect litter,
Adopt a Highway volunteers
During National Volunteer Week, we're thankful for the 1,002 Adopt a Highway volunteer groups who cleaned nearly 2,000 miles of state highways in 2021.
Litter clean up
Volunteers from Arizona Game & Fish Department participate in highway clean-up in southern Arizona.
Litter clean up
ADOT crews collected 800 tons of litter in 2021 along Maricopa County freeways. That’s a lot of litter and also a 47% increase in the amount of litter picked up in 2017.
All the way to the border clean up event
Melissa Owen's annual "All the Way to the Border" cleanup celebrated a comeback as 101 volunteers returned to collect litter along 45 miles of State Route 286, between Three Points at State Route 86 to Sasabe at the Arizona-Mexico border.
Adopt a Highway volunteers
Volunteers collected 14,400 bags of trash in 2021, which totals about 197,000 pounds.

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