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Only primary roads in Monroe County have been designated. Requests for these specific locations will be handled on a first come first serve basis between the contact person and the Road Commission.
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We at the Monroe County Road Commission (MCRC) are concerned about our environment. The Adopt-A-Road Program is a countywide program sponsored by the MCRC and designed to help keep the county roadsides clean and attractive. With your help we can clean up roadside debris.
Participants "adopt" a designated two mile section of primary road in Monroe County to cleanup over a two year period.
All groups are welcome such as scout troops, college fraternities and sororities, activity and youth groups, small and large businesses, service organizations, clubs and senior citizen groups.
A group must consist of at least six people and three backup participants. Group participants must be a minimum of ten years old, and those under the age of 16 must have adult supervision at all times. Groups must have a minimum of one adult for every five participants under the age of 16.
Participants are asked to pick up litter on their designated two mile section of primary road three times per year on the specified dates.
Participants are required to wear orange or hunter orange vests while working along the roadside. The Monroe County Road Commission will supply the initial set of vests for the first pickup. If additional vests are needed thereafter, the adopting group will be asked to supply replacement or additional vests at their own expense. The Monroe County Road Commission will also provide bags for the litter, and pickup service for the filled bags.
There is no fee required to participate in the Adopt-A-Road Program.
Just fill out the Adopt-A-Road application form (PDF) and return it using one of the following:
The name of the organization will be identified on the "Adopt-A-Road" program sign to be displayed near your designated area. These signs are furnished and installed by the MCRC.