PARKS & RECREATION ADOPT-A-ROADWAY PROGRAM
City's Adopt-A-Roadway program greatly improves the appearance of roadways and public right-of-ways throughout Trotwood. It reduces the cost of litter removal. And it works because dedicated volunteers do their part to make it a success.
- March 15st
- April 19th
- May 17th
- June 21st
- July 19th
- August 16th
- September 20th
- October 18th
For more information please contact Public Safety Director/Deputy City Manager at (937) 854-7227 at firstname.lastname@example.org.
• Adopt a one-mile section of a roadway
• Follow City safety regulations
• Remove litter three times each year
• Dedicate two years to the program
• Assist with safety meetings
• Provide safety vests and litter bags
• Pick up collected litter at specific pre-arranged locations• Post Adopt-A-Roadway signs recognizing the volunteer group at the beginning and end of their section
• Cover Girlz Motorcycle Club
• Gill Mart & Company
• Heavhitters Motorcycle Club
• King of Clubs Motorcycle Club
• Mt. Carmel Missionary Baptist Church
• Nelson Families
• No More Blows
• Salem Bend Condominium Association
• Sherfield Homeowners Association
• Solo Lady Ryderz Motorcycle Club
• Star Touring & Riding Association
• Sarah Ross State Farm Insurance
• Topp Dawgs MC
• Trotwood Fire & Rescue
• Trotwood Police Department
• Trotwood-Madison Historical Society
• Trotwood Rotary Club
• VFW Post 4270
• Winn Family
For more information please contact Public Safety Director/Deputy City Manager Quincy E. Pope, Sr. at (937) 854-7227 at email@example.com.
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