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1525 E. Jefferson St.
Brooksville, Florida 34601

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Adopt-A-Road

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adopt a roadThe Adopt-A-Road program allows citizens to show pride and maintain a clean, attractive community. Your business or community group can help keep roads litter-free by adopting an approved one-mile section of county-maintained roadway. Each group signs an agreement to clean up litter at least four times a year. The Department of Public Works provides safety training, two Adopt-A-Road signs, "litter crew on road" signs, safety vests and trash bags.

Adopt-A-Road signs are placed at each end of the selected roadway, give recognition to the group and remind people not to litter. If desired, the program offers an installation ceremony and publicity at the time the signs are installed. When the cleanup is completed, the group notifies the Department of Public Works to pick up and dispose of the trash bags.

Email Clay Black for more information. 

The Latin American Civic & Cultural Association is the longest serving group in Hernando County's Adopt A Road Program. They have sponsored Spring Hill Drive from US 41 to Anderson Snow Road since 1991.

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