Due to the Corona virus, the Adopt-A-Road Program will be suspended March 23 through April 6 or until further notice.  We are asking current groups not to perform litter cleanups during this time.

Thank you for your patience and understanding.

At this time, the District is no longer accepting any new Adopt-A-Road groups to the program.

About the Adopt-A-Road Program

The Adopt-A-Road program is a public service program in which civic organizations, youth groups, businesses and residential families have the opportunity to adopt a designated section of road-way. The volunteering adopting group is obligated to remove debris and litter along the roadside. Through this program, adopting groups obtain the satisfaction from contributing to a cleaner road-way and community.

Adopting Group’s Responsibilities

  • Obligated to a minimum 2 year agreement
  • Must clean designated road-way a minimum of 4 times per year
  • Required to follow safety rules and guidelines
  • Required to submit information after each clean-up

OSS Solid Waste District’s Responsibilities

  • Upon request, conduct orientation and safety instruction for the adopting group
  • Provide orange Class II safety vests and disposable gloves
  • Provide orange Adopt-A-Road bags
  • Provide orange “Workers Ahead” road signs w/ bases
  • Provide strobe light for vehicles
  • Upon request, collect and properly dispose of litter/debris
  • Issue a certificate of recognition when contracts are renewed

How to Join

Interested parties may Adopt-A-Road by contacting Community Outreach Specialist, Jamie Coleman.

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Jamie Coleman

Community Outreach Specialist
OSS Solid Waste District Main Office
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Active Adopting Groups

Complete your clean-up information card today!