Adopt a Highway

Curving section of SR 286
Most Adopt a Highway segments are 2 miles. But an upcoming volunteer cleanup along SR 286 in southern Arizona aims to tackle 45 miles.
Adopt a Highway Sign
Many of us are searching for the perfect gift on this Black Friday. Instead of naming a star for someone, how about being a start yourself by helping keep highways litter-free?
Adopt a highway sign, "Clint Fluhr, Forever in our hearst"
Over 400 groups statewide adopted their segments as a memorial or remembrance of a friend or family member close to them.
Walt and Nancy Einsele with Alvin Stump, district engineer for the Northwest District, holding a sign with their names.
Walt and Nancy Einsele of Kirkland Junction have made State Route 89 near Wilhoit nicer for everyone using the highway.
Volunteer using grabbing tool to picking up litter.
Volunteer groups from around the state answered the invitation to participate in National CleanUp Day.
Prescott Litter Lifters
Prescott Adopt-a-Highway group goes back decades.
Picking up litter
Adopt a Highway volunteers now have access to frequently-used information via the ADOT mobile site homepage.
ADOT Comm Volunteers
After her first Adopt a Highway cleanup along US 60 near Wittman, an ADOT employee describes the experience and what inspired her to volunteer.
ADOT is seeking more volunteers to help clear litter from state highways.
Quick action by ADOT employees made a mother's day.


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