District 4 Adopt-a-Highway
The Caltrans Adopt-A-Highway Program provides for individuals, organizations, or businesses to help maintain sections of roadside within California's State Highway System. Groups have the option to participate as volunteers or to hire a maintenance service provider to perform the work on their behalf.
Since 1989 the Adopt-A-Highway program has been one of the truly successful government-public partnerships of our time. More than 120,000 Californians have cleaned and enhanced over 15,000 shoulder-miles of roadside.
Participation can include one or more of the following activities:
- Removing litter (work frequency varies with location)
- Planting and establishing trees or wildflowers
- Removing Graffiti
- Controlling vegetation
Adoptions usually span a two-mile stretch of roadside and permits are issued for five-year periods. Groups in good standing may renew their permits indefinitely.
District 4 Bay Area Maps
District 4 Adopt-a-Highway Coordinators
If you have any questions or comments, please contact the following for assistance:
- Michael Jevicky - D4 Adopt-A-Highway Coordinator
- Jose Montoya - Assistant Adopt-A-Highway Coordinator, 510-286-6227; 510-622-5703 FAX
The Adopt-A-Highway Program is not a forum for advertising or public discourse. Please contact your local public works agency if you wish to adopt a county road or a city street that is not maintained by Caltrans.