Modeled after a national program, the Adopt-A-County Road program began in 1990 as a way to keep roadways litter-free. The program has grown to:
- approximately 1000 volunteers
- 80 groups
- 138 miles of roadway cleaned.
Volunteers find the program to be a positive experience that allows their group to interact with each other and their community.
All volunteers are required to watch the Meth Lab Recognition Video (7:53 min) created by the Colorado Department of Transportation for the safety of everyone cleaning up the roadways.
Thank you to Western Disposal Services for their continued support with the Adopt-A-Road Program.
Interested in the Adopt-A-Highway Program through the Colorado Department of Transportation? Visit the Colorado Adopt-A-Highway website.