Adopt Program

The Adopt Program is a litter cleanup program that encourages individual responsibility for our environment through scheduled cleanups. This is a two year commitment where organizations, groups, businesses, families and individuals (18 years of age and older) agree to perform a minimum of one cleanup every season (four per year).

Public Works provides the equipment to assist with cleanups and collects the trash / debris upon completion.  After two years, if the minimum requirements are met, the adopting group may choose to renew their agreement.

Areas eligible for adoption on City property include:

• Roads / Streets

• Parks

• Cemeteries

• Trails

• Waterways


Register Cleanup

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Who can adopt a street?
A: Groups, clubs, churches, schools, businesses, families and individuals are encouraged to participate.

Q: What streets can be adopted?
A: Any street within the city limits can be adopted. Check the map below to see if your street is available. If you don’t see it listed, feel free to contact us and ask about it. 

Q: What commitment must I make?
A: Each street adopted is an average of .5 miles. Participants must clean both sides of the street 4 times a year for 2 years.

Q: What safety equipment is provided?
A: The City provides safety vests, litter grabbers, road signs, gloves and trash bags for each cleanup. This equipment is picked up and returned to Public Works by a group volunteer.

Q: What do we do with the trash when we are done?
A: Our street crew will pick up the trash as soon as you report it to us.