Adopt-a-Street is a program that allows organizations from the community to adopt a road, with the idea of assisting the community by removing litter from the streets. It enables interested groups to adopt a half-mile section of one of the City’s streets. In return for conducting the clean-ups along the roads once every month, the group is recognized with signage located at the beginning and at the end of their designated street section.
The program enables community and civic organizations, private businesses, schools, and churches to participate directly in enhancing the overall appearance of the City of Palm Beach Gardens.
Who Can Participate
Any interested group that has the enthusiasm and dedication to make our community a better place to live can adopt a street. We welcome:
Community and Civic Organizations
Individual Businesses and Business Organizations
What Volunteers Do
Volunteers make the commitment to remove litter along pre-designated sections of the city's streets at a minimum of once each month. The city will provide each volunteer with the proper safety gear and equipment. The city will be responsible for picking up the bagged litter at the group’s designated pick-up site.
Participants in the Adopt-a-Street Program will be recognized on signage located at the beginning and the end of their adopted street section. Signs will be approximately 18-inches-by-24-inches, with the Adopt-a-Street Program Logo, and the group’s name appearing on the sign in recognition of their commitment to the community. The city will furnish, install, and maintain the Adopt-a-Street sign recognizing the adopting entity for the duration of the agreement.
Streets available for adoption (half-mile sections):