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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.
Arizona Highways 2022 calendar
Struggling to complete your holiday gift lift? Consider shopping at ADOT! Seriously.
Welcome to Arizona sign
It could be said that Aaron and Natalie Merullo are a special welcoming committee for travelers crossing the stateline from Utah into Arizona.


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