Adopt a Highway

Sixty volunteers come together to remove litter along State Route 286.
PHOENIX – If watching someone toss a cigarette butt out the car window has ever made you mad, there’s an easy way to take action: Report the offender to the Arizona Litter Hotline. In partnership with...
Three-dozen volunteers came together to pick up litter along State Route 286.
Meet some dedicated volunteers doing a dirty job to help keep Prescott beautiful.
Arizona Pollution Prevention (P2) Week is underway, and ADOT offers ways to keep our state litter-free.
This is a story about one volunteer recognizing a loved one, and an ADOT employee whose love of serving the public is making the world a more beautiful place in Sonoita.
A public/private partnership between ADOT Adopt a Highway, the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality, and Keep Arizona Beautiful connects citizens to resources to improve their community.
PHOENIX ‒ With National Volunteer Week underway, how about helping save Arizona taxpayers millions of dollars a year and keeping our highways free of litter? The 11,000 volunteers with the Arizona...
Adopt a Highway volunteers make quite the impact. Last year alone, they picked up 12,240 bags of trash along 1,800 miles of Arizona highways!
PHOENIX – Those who litter along Arizona highways can face fines up to $500. But those fortunate enough to have fellow motorists rather than law enforcement see them may wind up getting a letter...