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Adopt-a-Road Program

What is the Adopt-a-Road program?

Keeping Regional roadsides free of garbage and debris is one way the Region of Peel contributes to creating healthy communities.

The Regional Municipality of Peel's Adopt-a-Road program is a public service program enabling participants to pick up litter along certain regional road rights-of-way. Adopt-a-Road is a way for environmentally-conscious citizens to make a personal contribution to a cleaner environment.

Under the program, groups or individuals agree to adopt a section of road right-of-way and keep it clean. The Region recognizes the participant(s) by erecting signs acknowledging their efforts at either end of their designated roadway.

How do I participate in the Adopt-a-Road Program?

To participate:

For more information on our Adopt-a-Road program or to submit your agreement, please call the Region of Peel’s Road Department at 905-791-7800.

How will others know I've adopted a road?

Once we're approved your application, we'll recognize your effort and publicize your participation by placing signs along your adopted section of the roadway.

Roadway safety is the most important factor in Regional decisions related to the Adopt-a-Road program.

Only individuals and groups who have shown, in good faith, the desire and the ability to meet the Adopt-a Road-program objectives and terms and conditions will be approved.

Revised: Monday May 26 2014


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