Adopt-A-Road ProgramGresham Track Gives Back clears trash from Main Avenue.

Adopt-A-Road is an anti-litter campaign. Make a positive impact on the appearances of Gresham's roads and our community by adopting a segment of roadway and helping keep it clean.

Time Commitment

Three times a year for three years.

Details

  • There are no costs or fees to the participants.
  • The segment of roadway may be of the volunteers’ choosing or selected by the City.
  • Assigned road segments will vary in length, depending on the size of the volunteer group and the volume of anticipated litter.
  • The adopting party may be a club, a business, a group of concerned citizens or an individual.
  • Participants must be at least 13 years of age and in good health.
  • There must be one adult at the work site for participants between the ages of 13 and 18.
  • Download the information and registration packet.
  • Download the individual participation release form.

Training

The City will provide the necessary safety equipment and initial mandatory safety training, provide litterbags and removal of the filled litterbags.

Adopt-A-Road Sign

The City will erect two signs identifying the adopting individual or group after the first successful clean up.

Contact

For more information contact Ryan Hunter, 503-618-2626 or Ryan.Hunter@GreshamOregon.gov.

Participating Groups

These Adopt-A-Road volunteers are watching over 21 sections of road within Gresham city limits.  

  • Gresham Track Gives Back
  • Springwater Trail High School
  • Gresham Breakfast Lions Club
  • Gresham Early Risers
  • Greater Gresham Baptist Church
  • The Montez Family
  • Tamara Hilyard Taylor
  • Doug and Kathy Henderson
  • Gresham Burgerville
  • US Forest Service Retirees

 

 

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