Adopt a Highway

W.L. Gore and Associated Outstanding Adopt a Highway Volunteer sign
One Adopt a Highway volunteer was inspired to serve his community during his daily drive to work.
MAG Dont Trash AZ sponsor sign
You may have noticed them while traveling on the interstate, state highways in Arizona. Adopt a Highway recognition signs...
Image of litter via Prescott Litter Lifters
Volunteers often make lemonade out of lemons.
Adopt a Highway volunteer group photo
Inspiration comes in many forms. In the case of Lina Rodriguez, it happened on a road trip.
Adopt a Highway volunteer Show Low US 60 in memory of Melissa Pomeroy
These families remember the loved ones they've lost all year long by keeping their small part of Arizona grand and litter-free.
US 191 trash copy
Nothing ruins a great shot of Arizona's beautiful scenery like someone's trash. But, picture being the one who helps ensure the state looks camera ready by adopting a mile of highway.
Fairbanks Middle School AAH cleanup lottery ticket
You are never too young to care about your community, something demonstrated recently by a group of middle school students who helped clean up a section of US 191 near Morenci.
Adopt a Highway volunteer National Volunteer Week 2021 treasures roadside cleanup
A $20 bill inside a water bottle, a new elf hat with tag still attached, an old cannonball...our volunteers have seen and cleaned it all. But while these oddities are fun to recount, the true treasure of the roadside shoulder are those who volunteer regularly to clean it.
Gila County Sheriffs Office Adopt a Highway cleanup State Route 188 volunteers
The Gila County Sheriff's Office is no stranger to serving their community. So it should come as no surprise that they have been recognized as Outstanding Volunteers for their dedication to keep mile 256 of State Route 188 clean.

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