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Adopt A Highway Program

The Public Works Road Maintenance department is a proud sponsor of the Adopt A Highway program. 
Please join our quest to continue to keep our Pinal County roads clean.  Having a successful Adopt A Highway program helps our Pinal County Road Maintenance crews.  It prevents spending time on picking up trash from our highways and allowing more time to repair and maintain the highways. Thank you!

All required and detailed information is located below.  If you have any questions, comments or concerns please feel free to contact our Adopt A Highway Coordinator. 

Phone: 520-866-6515 
Fax:  520-866-6899
Email:  pcroadmaintenance@pinalcountyaz.gov

Adopt A Highway Application

If you would like to join our program please fill out our online form. It will begin the process identifying details:

  • Your group name
  • The highway you would like to request
  • The message you would like to put on your designated sign

The application will also list instructions and guidelines to follow:

  • The road must be a highway which Pinal County oversees.
  • The County will not adopt out a residential road.
  • The usual length of adopted road is two miles, but may be shorter in high litter areas.
  • The County asks that the group conducts a clean up at least twice a year. (Many groups will do quarterly or monthly events.)
  • The county will place the designated green and white sign after the first clean up has been completed.

Application Form

Special Waiver and Adopt A Highway Safety Requirements

Every group must file an application and a special event waiver that includes consent to adhere to our Pinal County Adopt A Highway safety requirements.

  • You must include all names of the people who will volunteer to clean up the road and their signature.
  • The waiver form is required for each event.
  • A safety class or a safety video will be provided before a group can begin their clean up.
  • The county will provide safety vests and large garbage bags to the group conducting the clean up.
  • All work shall be conducted during daylight hours and any protective equipment furnished by the County shall be returned within seven days of completion of the project.
  • Volunteers are expected to provide their own gloves.

Special Waiver Form
Safety Requirements

View Our Current Adopted Highways

We have many County highways still available for adoption. If you would like to adopt a County highway but not sure what area to choose, please click on our map to get a better idea.

We have listed all current adopted County highways and would like to recognize all the wonderful groups, organizations and individuals. Together, we can continue to keep Pinal County roads clean and beautiful!.

To view larger map and the list of adopted highways and volunteers click the Pinal County Adopt A Highway Program link located below the map.

Adopt A Highway

View Pinal County Adopt A Highway Program in a larger map