What is "Adopt-a-Highway"?
"Adopt-a-Highway" is a cooperative effort between county and community organizations to help reduce litter along Fremont County's highways. To adopt a highway, volunteer organizations agree to keep a two-mile section of highway free of litter for two years. In exchange, the volunteers receive safety vests, trash bags, temporary warning signs, safety training, and disposal of the collected trash. In addition, a sign bearing their name will be posted at the beginning of their section of adopted highway. At the end of the two-year period, volunteers will receive a certificate of appreciation and may renew their commitment or select a new section of roadway for adoption.