Spartanburg County's ADOPT-A-ROAD program is designed to help keep our county roadways litter free. The program promotes and establishes stewardship of public lands by citizens, and is an excellent example of the public and private sector working together to solve a mutual problem.
Our volunteers are made up by Individuals, families, youth organizations, businesses, civic and non-profit organizations, religious groups, fraternities, sororities, and schools taking part. This program always have room for growth. A quick overview of the program:
A group adopts a two-mile section of county maintained road right of way either in or near your local community. The agreement is for a minimum two years to pick up litter along the adopted road way. There are four set dates each year. Spartanburg County Environmental Enforcement Department provides safety vests and bags as needed.
Spartanburg County Environmental Enforcement Department also ensures "Adopt a Road signs" are erected at each end of the adopted stretch of roadway.