Reduce Litter - Make a Commitment - Get Involved
The City of Titusville is inviting interested Titusville businesses, clubs, and other organizations to adopt at least a one-mile stretch of City maintained road and to clean both sides of this roadway at least four times per year.
The Adopt-A-Road Program goals are to keep our environment clean by reducing litter along our roadways through an organized cleanup program, and to increase public awareness of the importance of litter reduction.
How the Program Works
Selecting a Road for Adoption: interested individuals should contact the City Streets Maintenance Division at 321-567-3832.
Members of the Adopt-A-Road must be at least 18 years of age to participate.
Upon approval of a group’s adoption of a roadway by the City of Titusville Public Works Director, signs with the cleanup team’s name will be ordered and installed at no cost to the group.
A safety workshop for the cleanup team will be conducted upon arrangement with the the City Streets Maintenance Division Adopt-A-Road Coordinator. A copy of the Adopt-A-Road safety guidelines should be provided to each participant by the group leader prior to each cleanup.
The cleanup team leader will contact the Adopt-A-Road Coordinator to arrange an appropriate litter removal schedule that will not conflict with the City mowing or maintenance schedule.
The cleanup team is encouraged to separate trash for recycling. The trash may be left next to the team’s Adopt-A-Road signs, but the recyclables should be removed by the group. If an item is not easily transportable (i.e. large, heavy, or hazardous). The City of Titusville must be contacted by the group’s leader and the object’s specific location should be provided.
Litter Cleanup Report Forms will be provided to the cleanup team by the City of Titusville. This form must be completed by the team leader after each litter cleanup and returned to the City of Titusville. The report will be kept on file and the data will be made available to various government and environmental organizations.
The site coordinator, who represents the Adopt-A-Road team, completes and returns the Litter Removal Agreement to the City Streets Maintenance Division. At the end of the one-year adoption commitment, a team may choose to renew its agreement.