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Adopt-A-Roadway Program
The Town of Oro Valley Adopt-A-Roadway Program was established in January 2000, and is modeled after the successful Adopt-A-Roadway/Highway programs by the State of Arizona and Pima County Department of Transportation. The Town of Oro Valley’s program is designed to help beautify our roadways. Volunteer groups participating in this program save taxpayers $250-$460 per mile cleaned, saving thousands of dollars. By adopting a roadway, civic and other non-profit organizations help generate civic pride in their community, creating economic benefits to citizens of the Town.

How to Participate
Interested residents and organizations of Oro Valley should contact the Adopt-A-Roadway Coordinator at 520-229-5070. The program involves significant physical work, requiring cleanups to be completed eight times during the two-year permit.

Organization's Responsibilities

  • Complete at least four quarterly cleanups of entire adopted roadway per year. Schedule each cleanup three days prior to cleanup date by calling 520-229-5070.
  • Obtain signatures of each participant on the Special Event Waiver Form during each cleanup.
  • Obtain safety vests, grabbers and trash bags at the Town of Oro Valley Public Works Department, 680 W. Calle Concordia.
  • Return safety vests, grabbers, unused trash bags, completed Special Event Waiver Form and Clean-up Report to the Town of Oro Valley Public Works Department within two working days after cleanup completion.
  • Adhere to all Town of Oro Valley safety rules and regulations listed.

Town of Oro Valley Responsibilities

  • Approve roadway selection based on traffic volumes, speeds and shoulder widths.
  • Provide safety training and safety rules and regulations to the organization’s group supervisor for distribution to program volunteers.
  • Provide Special Event Waiver Form and Clean-up Report.
  • Remove filled trash bags from road side and dispose of properly.
  • Erect signs identifying the name of volunteer organization.

For more information view the Adopt-A-Roadway Program Brochure.

 

Questions? Call us at 520-229-4800 or email CDPWHelp@orovalleyaz.gov. Login to our helpdesk portal at http://ask.orovalleyaz.gov.

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