Adopt a Highway

Trash slayers for Adopt a Highway
With National CleanUp Day approaching on Sept. 21, I want to express my thanks to our volunteers and sponsors who consistently...
National Cleanup Day
Calling all Adopt a Highway volunteers! National CleanUp Day is coming up on Saturday, Sept. 21. This is a day set aside for...
Adopt a Highway Volunteer Group in front of cabin
Read how love often leads volunteers to Adopt a Highway.
 Bush Combs Adopt a Highway sign
One Adopt a Highway volunteer group has been picking up trash for 37 years. Learn more about why they continue to give back after all these years.
Glendale Union High School AAH 1
State Route 89A in Dewey got busloads of support from volunteers at the Glendale Union High School District.
Adopt a Highway cabin image
Some Adopt a Highway volunteers enjoy the mountains while clearing roadside litter near their cabins.
Twenty six year Adopt a Highway volunteer recognized by ADOT District Engineer, Adopt a Highway Program Manager and Communications Director
We love our longtime Adopt a HIghway volunteers and hope others will find inspiration in what motivates them, like this group from the Chinle Navajo Land Department.
Adopt a Highway sign: In Memory Mom Dad Tom Schlecht
Adopting a highway can be a great way to honor a special person while also beautifying our state.
ADOT Adopt a Highway sign
Mary Currie decided early on that it was important to walk the walk, so she organized employees in her part of ADOT to adopt a mile of US 60 northwest of the Valley.
Picking up cigarette butt with grabbers
For anyone passionate about keeping state highways clean, there's now a social media hashtag just for you.


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