About the Program

Adopt-A-Highway is a public service program providing volunteers an opportunity to help keep Chisago County looking clean for all residents and visitors.  Volunteer groups are designated a specific section of roadway and are responsible for keeping that section free of debris and trash.  Groups are asked to clean their designated section at least two times a year, but are welcome to do it more frequently.

Anyone working within the road right-of-way is required to wear an ANSI-compliant reflective vest. The Public Works Department provides trash bags and safety vests for each group.

There will be a recognition sign installed on all segments of Adopt-A-Highway roads.  This sign specifically thanks the group involved for helping to keep roads and ditches clean.

For additional Adopt-A-Highway information and to arrange a time to pick up your bags/vests, contact Tami Fairbanks by calling 651-213-8700.

Helpful Links

Adopt-A-Highway participants are always appreciated!

Scout Troop 11 Lent Trail Clean Up

CL God Neighbors Club

Adopt-A-Highway Rush City Lions