Litter-free streets, parks, and public areas add to the beauty and appeal of our community. To improve the appearance of Concord and to encourage community involvement, the City established an Adopt-A-Street Program. This program organizes individuals and groups around the City that are interested in helping remove litter from public areas and roadsides.
Participating groups must sign an agreement with the City to formalize their commitment to this effort. Groups must be willing to commit to picking up litter at least once every three months (or more it necessary) along their adopted section of street. Supplies (litterbags, safety vests and gloves) will be available at the Transportation Department office located at the Alfred M. Brown Operations Center at 850 Warren C. Coleman Boulevard. In recognition of this commitment, signs will be installed along streets that have been adopted identifying the groups that have volunteered to help keep them litter-free.
If you are part of a group or organization that is interested in participating in the Adopt-a-Street Program, please complete the appropriate agreement form(s) and review the associated safety procedures.