What is this Program?
The Seminole County Adopt-A-Road Program is designed to involve the public in keeping Seminole County's roadways and waterways free of litter and debris, promoting watershed awareness, and engaging in stormwater education.
Why is your Help Needed?
With the amount of trash littered on the roadside every day, your involvement is becoming increasingly important. Adopt-A-Road allows citizens to demonstrate community pride, make a positive statement for a clean and attractive community, and have a better understanding of stormwater pollution.
What Does it Mean if My Group Adopts-A-Road?
Volunteers (individual or groups) must sign an Adopt-A-Road permit for one year. The length of road adopted may vary. Each group is responsible for cleaning the adopted roadway at least four (4) times throughout the permit year. A minimum of one (1) stormwater education presentation must be attended by the group along with a minimum of one (1) storm drain marking project. Also, every volunteer (adult or child) who participates during a cleanup must have filled out an Individual Hold Harmless & Indemnification Agreement to participate. This agreement is valid for one (1) year.
How Can I Volunteer?
Fill out the online Volunteer Application form or use the contact information below
What Areas are Already Adopted?
Who Do I Contact for More Information?
Sheri Brown, Adopt-A-Road Coordinator
407-665-7623 or E-mail
Elizabeth Stephens– SERV Coordinator
407-665-2457 or E-mail
Required forms to fill out for the Adopt-A-Road Program.
Conditions, Safety Measures and Important Numbers
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Record of Event
Spread the Word?
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