Help Keep the Roads Clean
St. Louis County's Adopt-A-Highway program is a public service opportunity for companies, clubs, churches, families and other organizations interested in keeping a county road segment clean. Participants are provided safety vests and garbage bags. St. Louis County will also install Adopt-A-Highway signs on your county road segment to recognize your organization’s service.
To begin, an organization must select a group administrator. This person is responsible for applying for the Adopt-A-Highway program and then serves as the point of contact for communication from St. Louis County. Once approved, a group must complete at least two (2) clean-ups every 12 months. Typically the clean-ups are completed in the spring and fall.
To apply for a segment, or to view an existing account, use the links below to launch the St. Louis County Adopt-A-Highway Mapping Application.
St. Louis County Adopt-A-Highway Mapping Application
For more information regarding the St. Louis County Adopt-A-Highway program, please call 218-625-3860.
The Adopt-A-Highway Mapping Application was updated in April of 2020 to enhance the user's experience when navigating through the application. A letter was sent out via email to all active groups to notify them of this update, which included a helpful FAQs sheet for logging in to the application. This also included important information related to the COVID-19 outbreak. To view the any of these documents, use the links below.
Please Note: The Adopt-A-Highway Mapping Application is currently not optimized for viewing on a mobile device. We recommend viewing the application on a desktop computer or laptop. Production is underway for creating a mobile-friendly version of the application.