Adopt a Highway

Adopt a Highway volunteers show off the bags of litter they collected.
Three-dozen volunteers came together to pick up litter along State Route 286.
Litter LiftersItems the Litter Lifters collected.
Meet some dedicated volunteers doing a dirty job to help keep Prescott beautiful.
Drawing from the 2016 ADOT Safety Calendar
Arizona Pollution Prevention (P2) Week is underway, and ADOT offers ways to keep our state litter-free.
Adopt a Highway Sign: In loving Memory of Courtney Skaggs
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.
Worker picking up trash on the edge of the roadway
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.
Always follow the safety guidelines - image from the infographic
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!
Large blue plastic bag of trash picked up during an Adopt a Highway event awaits by the side of the road for pickup.
The Adopt a Highway program is an opportunity for community members to help keep our highways litter free.


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