Adopt-a-Road is a public service volunteer program that gives community groups, families, churches, service organizations, schools, individuals, and businesses an opportunity to make a positive impact in our community. Sign up today!
Participating groups agree to:
Adopt a stretch of road, beach, park, or trail for at least 2 years.Road adopters adopt a segment of road at least 1 mile long.Pick up litter at least twice a year.Have a representative sign an agreement on behalf of the entire group.Submit information about cleanups using an online form.
Kitsap County will:
Help groups select a road or other area and evaluate it for safety.Lend participating groups safety vests, traffic safety signs, and litter grabbing devices.Provide plastic trash bags and remove any large or dangerous materials.Pay for litter disposal at any County garbage facility.Install a recognition sign at the adopted area after 2 years of participation.
In 2016, Adopt-a-Road volunteers removed 2,324 pounds of litter from 313 road miles in Kitsap County! Thanks to the 39 invididuals and 14 groups who volunteered 602 hours to our community. Pictured: USS John C. Stennis Mustang Association
Kitsap County Solid Waste collaborates with the County Sheriff, County Juvenile Detention, Kitsap Health District, Tribal Nations, and Cities on local litter programs.
If you have questions about this program, contact Kitsap1 and ask to be connected with Adopt-a-Road staff.