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Public Works Transportation For Business Adopt-a-Road Program: Terms of Reference and Regional Responsibilities

Adopt-a-Road Program: Terms of Reference and Regional Responsibilities

Our Adopt-a-Road program offers groups or individuals the opportunity to make a personal contribution to a cleaner environment.

When environmentally-conscious businesses and citizens "adopt" a section of a Regional road, they commit to picking up litter along the boulevard to help keep that section of the road clean.

Adopt-A-Road program terms and conditions

Roadway safety is of primary importance in all Region decisions related to the Adopt-a-Road program.

Only individuals and groups determined by the Region to be responsible and to exhibit, in good faith, the desire and the ability to meet the Adopt-a-Road program objectives within the parameters of these TERMS AND CONDITIONS will be allowed to adopt a section of road right-of-way:

  1. The Region may refuse to grant a request to adopt a section if, in its opinion, granting the request would jeopardize the program, be counterproductive to its purpose, create a public safety hazard, or be in conflict with government or Region policies.
  2. Participants are not considered as Officers, Employees, or Agents of the Region. Any injuries, claims, liabilities, suits, or costs arising from the participant's activities relating to this agreement, shall be the sole responsibility of the participants.
  3. Participants shall indemnify the Region and agree to abide by the Region's guidelines and to not hold the Region responsible for any injuries or damages that they may cause or suffer as a result of participation in the Adopt-a-Road program.
  4. Participants are encouraged to recycle materials collected from the adopted section of the right-of-way, whenever and wherever possible.

Revised: Tuesday October 16 2012


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