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Community Programs

Adopt-A-Roadway
The Town of Oro Valley Adopt-A-Roadway Program (AAR) was established in January 2000. It is modeled after the State of Arizona and Pima County Department of Transportation’s very successful programs. The Town of Oro Valley’s program is designed to help beautify our roadways. Volunteer groups participating in this program save the taxpayers of our community $250 per mile cleaned, which translates into thousands of dollars saved. By adopting a roadway, civic and other non-profit organizations help to generate civic pride in their community, thus creating economic benefits to all the citizens of the Town of Oro Valley. This program has proven to be a great success in other states and the Town of Oro Valley expects the same success from our community. 

How to participate
Interested organizations should contact the Adopt-A-Roadway Coordinator at 520-229-5070. The coordinator will explain and discuss the AAR Program with a responsible representative from the interested organization. The program involves significant physical work. Cleanups are required to be done 8 times during the 2 years that the permit is good for. (Preferably each quarter of the year). 

Contact the Community Development and Public Works (CDPW) office at 520-229-4800 to see how your organization can help keep Oro Valley clean and safe. You may also send an email to the CDPW helpdesk at CDPW@orovalleyaz.gov or log in to our portal and enter a helpdesk ticket, visit https://ask.orovalleyaz.gov.