Georgia's Adopt-A-Highway Program enlists citizen volunteers' help to remove litter from state roadsides. While saving taxpayer dollars, the program provides recognition for participating companies and organizations, brings the environmental and monetary costs of littering into public awareness, and promotes civic responsibility and pride. The volunteers of the Adopt-A-Highway program serve as visible reminders to the public that we are all stewards of the land. Thanks for helping Keep Georgia Peachy Clean!
|Georgia DOT Temporarily Suspends New Application Requests |
As of June 4, 2012, the Georgia Department of Transportation is not accepting new participants in the Adopt-A-Highway program while we update our policies and procedures. Any applications currently in the review stage will be returned to the applicants.
Contact the Adopt-A-Highway District Coordinator in your area to submit questions about the program. You may also contact the statewide coordinator by email or telphone at (404) 631-1387.
Or by writing to:
GDOT Adopt-A-Highway Program
Office of Maintenance
One Georgia Center
600 West Peachtree St, Ste 1044
Atlanta, GA 30308